'Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows' Trailer Warns Of 'Dark Times'

Second-to-last 'Potter' installment hits theaters November 19.

As promised, the latest trailer for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" arrived online Wednesday (September 22), and it is a doozy. Fans who have been following the trajectory of the film's crafty promotional plan will have a lot to take in after giving it a look-see.

Like the TV spots and clips that have been released before it, this trailer opens with an ominous, almost sinister feel. "These are dark times, there is no denying," Bill Nighy says as Minister of Magic Rufus Scrimgeour, who is shown giving a press conference on the dire state of world affairs.

"Harry ... tell me where he is," Voldemort's (Ralph Fiennes) serpent-like whisper follows, voicing over images of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named creepily gliding into Dumbledore's tomb, and then a quick cut of Harry standing alone outside a tent on a rocky landscape.

"Our world has faced no greater threat than it does today," Scrimgeour's voice continues, over shots of Hermione and Ron looking serious and concerned, and then Harry and Hermione are shown visiting his parents' grave.

"But you can't fight the war on your own, Mr. Potter," Scrimgeour's voice continues. "He is too strong."

As the Minister's words trail off, Harry is shown holding a broken piece of mirror, which shows Dumbledore falling into a dark abyss.

The trailer then kicks into high gear, with dramatic music and shots of preparation for various battles, including a very poignant meeting of Voldemort's Death Eaters, at which the duplicitous Severus Snape is seated.

"We have infiltrated the Ministry," he says.

Cut to chaos at the Ministry, with stuffy politicians trying to maintain order (one of whom is forever-pink-clad Dolores Umbridge flashing her characteristic grimace/facade of calm), and then more familiar shots of Harry, Ron and Hermione traveling cross-country on their journey, over rocky hills, in the middle of a bustling London.

This is followed by a series of escape-esque shots, including seeing the six Harry clones/look-alikes, which readers of the book will remember is the tool the Order of the Phoenix use in an attempt to safely move the real Harry from one location to the next.

Cut to an impressive array of quick action shots: The Death Eaters attacking Bill and Fleur's wedding! Hagrid trying to whisk Harry away on his motorbike! Everyone running through the forest! A mid-air magic fight with wizards wielding wands while riding Thestrals! There is even the very tense argument between Ron and Harry in the tent that leads to a physical altercation. More battling! Houses destroyed! Harry, Ron and Hermione running! All leading up to Voldemort's creepy voice-over once more:

"I have seen your heart," he says. "And it is mine," before sending a menacing flash of lightning into the sky that cleverly forms the film's title.

Cue the all-over-body chills.

"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" will hit theaters on November 19.

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