'Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows' Clip To Premiere At Scream Awards: 3 Things We Want To See

It's beyond thrilling to think that "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" is only a month and four days away. Warner Bros. has been teasing us with awesome posters and even better trailers, but here's some news that should really get you pumped: MTV has learned exclusively that Spike will debut a brand new clip from the film at their Scream Awards (airing Oct. 19 at 9/8 C).

The trailers have given us a pretty well-rounded look at the film, but there are still a couple of clips that we would love to see at the awards ceremony. Some we've peeked before, some we haven't, but all of our ideas would be a real treat for Potter fans leading up to the premiere of "Deathly Hallows: Part 1."

1. A tease on the Dumbledore storyline

Yes, Dumbledore died at the end of "Half-Blood Prince," but one of the main plot lines of "Part 1" follows Harry as he tries to figure out the real man behind the professor he knew so well. It could be the scene with Aunt Muriel at the wedding, or one with Rita Skeeter teasing "The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore," or something else created just for the movie would be a good way to set up that storyline because trailers haven't really teased it yet.

2. Dursley's departure and the seven Potters

One of the most surprising and tender moments in "Deathly Hallows" comes at the beginning when Dudley, Harry's cousin, redeems himself for all the wrong he's done to Harry throughout the years. That might be a bit too much to ask for, but any clip from Harry's escape from 4 Privet Drive (preferably including another shot of the seven Potters!) would be very welcome.

3. Ministry of Magic

This is probably the most likely clip to be shown during the show because Voldemort's totalitarian takeover of the Ministry of Magic has been a major subject of the previous trailers. But the Ministry of Magic scenes are sure to be some of the most epic and action-packed sequences in "Part 1" and would be a good way to convince doubters how awesome the last two "Potter" films will be.

What clip do you hope will be shown at the Scream Awards?