As Harry Potter fans wait until the July 15th release of Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2, Warner Brothers has delivered a behind-the-scenes look at the final film of the movie franchise. In it, director David Yates promises "a much more spectacular action picture." To date, the first installment of the final film has grossed more than $950 million at the box office.
Over the course of the last seven books, the storyline of the movie series has grown further and further from that of the book series, at least in the small details. This last film looks to be no exception, but for once, I think the differences may be an improvement. I think that most readers would tell you that they would have liked to have seen something more in The Deathly Hallows. What varies from fan to fan, but I have yet to meet the person who was perfectly satisfied with the book.
I think that the differences in the storyline introduced by the movie will go a long way towards scratching that itch.