'Harry Potter' Clip At MTV Movie Awards Hints At Dark, Intense 'Deathly Hallows'

Major portion of the final chapters will focus on Harry/Voldemort relationship, footage suggests.

With every new glimpse of [movie id="342213"]"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1"[/movie] it becomes more and more apparent that the final two chapters of the Potter story will be the darkest and most intense yet. The latest clip, which debuted during the MTV Movie Awards Sunday (June 6), showed that a major portion of the first of the final two Potter films will be focused on the ominous relationship between Harry and He Who Must Not Be Named, Voldemort. It's fitting, given that over the course of roughly a decade (seven books, soon-to-be eight films) Harry Potter has lived in the shadow of the dark wizard who killed his parents.

The clip opened with the always foreboding-looking Voldemort (played by Ralph Fiennes) standing on an unknown peak, deep in evil thought. His voice is heard plotting Potter's death, once again: "I have to be the one to kill [Harry Potter]." Cut to fast-paced imagery of Harry, Ron and Hermione at various places on their journey to track down the remaining Horcruxes and the Deathly Hallows; various action sequences that hint at the possible impending doom for our hero; an intense and emotional show-down between Harry and his best friend, Ron. Though we were hoping for a shot of the long-awaited Hermione and Ron kiss, we have to settle for the quick shot of Harry and Ginny's romantic embrace before they part ways.

While we know the studio is hesitant to reveal any spoilers for the movie, we still hoped to see a few more happy moments: Bill and Fleur's wedding, Harry being named godfather of Lupin and Tonks' baby, etc.

What did you think of the new spot? Do you worry about the fates of any favorite characters?

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