‘Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2′ Footage Debuting During ABC’s ‘Potter’ Movie Marathon

It’s the beginning of the end for the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” promotion tour.

Our friends over at Mugglenet got the scoop that ABC Family will be airing some footage from “Part 2″ during their “Harry Potter” weekend, which starts Thursday. In true “Potter” marathon fashion, ABC Family will show the first six flicks in the magical series, though there’s no news on what point during the airings the “Deathly Hallows” footage will run.

Still, we can’t wait to see something more than the tease of “Part 2″ that we got from the full “Deathly Hallows” trailer. Click on after the jump to see what scenes we hope are shown during the preview!

The Opening Scene
After all the speculation about where “Part 2″ will pick up, we’d love to get a look at what we can expect from the film’s opening scene. Will it pick up right where “Part 1″ left off? Or jump to the action going on at Hogwarts? Or show what Voldemort’s up to at Malfoy Manor? Guess we’ll have to wait for this week’s preview (or the DVD release) to find out.

The Gringotts Break-In
We have a gut feeling that scenes from the Gringotts escape that takes place early on in “Part 2″ will be one of the major marketing points of the new film. After all, that dragon couldn’t have been cheap, so we wouldn’t be surprised if we got a look at this scene.

Harry’s Walk Into The Forest
This scene is a bit of a long shot because it’s easily one of the top most pivotal moments in the entirety of “Part 2.” Still, there was a tease for Harry’s walk into the woods in the original trailer, and we’d happily roll over and play dead if we actually got to hear Harry ask, “Will it hurt?” before we see the movie in theaters.

The Final Showdown Between Voldemort And Harry
A more likely guess is that Warner Bros. will tease the epic and extra-long final battle between Harry and Voldemort that takes place at the end of the film. It shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that this happens because, hey, what else has the entire series been building up to?

A Little Bit Of Everything
We’ve got mixed emotions towards Warner Bros’ tendency to give us a collection of scenes to anticipate when they promise a sneak peek at the upcoming “Potter” flicks. Part of us wants a more specific look, and another piece foams at the mouth over the sheer amount of awesome packed into one masterful montage. Chances are good that we’ll end up seeing a little bit of everything we mentioned above when the “Deathly Hallows” preview airs, but only just enough to whet our appetites.

What scene do you hope is shown during ABC Family’s preview? Let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter!