'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' Trailer Predicted For Wednesday

If you've had long enough to pick apart the latest "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1" TV spot, sit tight because Warner Bros. hopes to have a newly edited set of clips ready to show you this week. Our last look at the film pretty much amounted to a Death Eater death march all over Harry, Ron and Hermione, and given what we know about the contents of the series' final book (don't worry, no spoilers here), we don't expect to see any lighter moments when a new trailer hits Wednesday, September 22.

The forecast for the new trailer comes straight from WB sources speaking to ComingSoon.net. The trailer rollout thus far as been right on schedule leading up to the film's November 19 release date, this one should keep their tease mojo pumping.

David Yates will be taking Harry and his friends through the ringer for this film, and with two installments breaking it up, he's got extra room to squeeze in more action straight from J.K. Rowling's tale. Whether this next trailer will feature as much smack talk from Lord Voldemort or fearful facial expressions from the HP kids in peril as the last one did may not be something we'll know until Wednesday, but it's a fair bet that we can expect to see some more of the same, maybe with a few surprises. Ultimately, it's all up to WB; we've already seen a building come down, Harry on his back scared out of his mind and Voldemort say that he's got Harry's heart, though, so I don't know how much bleaker it can get.

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