PG-13 | | Adventure, Fantasy, Mystery
As Harry, Ron and Hermione race against time and evil to destroy the Horcruxes, they uncover the existence of the three most powerful objects in the wizarding world: the Deathly Hallows.
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Frances de la Tour reprises the role of Madame Olympe Maxime (from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)) in this film, even though the character does not appear in the book. She may be a substitute for Viktor Krum (also from the Goblet story), who appeared prominently in the same scene in the book.
These are dark times, there is no denying. Our world has perhaps faced no greater threat than it does today. But I say this to our citizenry: We, ever your servants, will continue to defend your liberty and repel the forces that seek to take it from...
(at around 1h 23 mins) When Hermione and Harry are sitting on the rocks on the cliff the camera behind Harry shows Hermione putting down a book closed, when the cameras switch to behind Hermione it appears that the wind has blown the book open but the cameras switch back to show the book closed again, and switch one final time to see the book yet again open, flapping in the wind.
The end credits are in 3D gold text. When they conclude, the Deathly Hallows symbol appears, first in extreme close-up with all three items rotating independently (like the one Mr. Lovegood wears around his neck), then shrinks down with the title appearing centered across it. Next, the line fades out followed by the circle and, as the triangle fades out, the Elder Wand appears in its place.
£18,319,721 (UK) (21 November 2010)