Are you fascinated by the magical world of Harry Potter? Then you won’t want to miss our latest episode of Three Fates Decide, where we explore the importance of casting in movies, with a special focus on the Harry Potter series. From the Ministry’s collapse to Harry, Ron and Hermione’s quest to find and destroy Lord Voldemort’s Horcruxes, we highlight the changes made from the book to the movie in Harry Potter and the Death Hallows.
-The changes made from the book to the movie in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
-The differences between the Harry Potter books and films
-The differences between the book and film adaptions of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
-The major plot points from the Harry Potter series that didn’t make it into the films
-The Battle of Hogwarts and how it was portrayed in the book and the movie
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In a desperate attempt to protect her parents and keep them safe, Hermione uses a powerful spell to permanently erase all memory of herself from their minds in the movie adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – an action that is not seen in the original book.
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“So there are obviously still differences between books and the movies. The website that we have been using for all of these, for some reason, gave up with the Deathly Hollows book and did not finish. Which sucks because what they have is amazing. And then they just kind of stop.”
“It’s never easy, but a couple of the main ones that I wanted to point out was in the movie. You see Hermione obliviate her parents memories of her in order to protect them. You don’t actually see this in the book.
”In the book, as soon as he gets it, he kind of goes upstairs and he puts his mouth to it because he knows that snitches have flesh memories and it’s his first snitch that he ever caught, which obviously he caught in his mouth.”