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A Harry Potter fansite has made an interested discovery on the new "Deathly Hallows" trailer.
Hermoines, played by Emma Watson, appears at one point in the Warner Bros.' teaser to be holding up a magic wand in a moment of distress, only in the real film, the young wizardress' hand is actually covered in blood.
If you watch the extras on the "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" DVD, you can see the blood for yourself.
While you could make the argument that Warner Bros. altered the footage to make the upcoming "Deathly Hallows" less-violent, the MPAA is likely the true culprit here as the Motion Picture Association requires trailers to be "Approved for All Audiences." In other words, no bloody violence.
A Warner Bros. rep was unavailable to comment on the story.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" opens nationwide November 19.
Warner Bros. just debuted the first full-length trailer (see below) for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."
Split into two films, J.K. Rowling's final novel in the wizard franchise features an epic showdown between Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) and Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes).
"The Boy Who...comes to die!" Voldemort hisses in the new footage.
Warner Bros. will release Part I of the finale on November 19, 2010 while Part II will wrap up the series on July 15, 2011.
Watch the trailer below:
Bombs away "Harry Potter" fans.
Daniel Radcliffe will play the lead role in a new version of the Oscar-winning Best Picture "All Quiet on the Western Front."
The WWI drama tells the story of Paul Baumer (Radcliffe), a young German soldier fighting in the trenches of France.
Producing duo Ian Stokell and Lesley Paterson wrote the script and will produce through their Sliding Down Rainbows Entertainment production shingle.
Says Stokell, "Daniel brings a vulnerability and innocence to Paul. When we realized how much he loved the script we were really excited because we know he can tap into the delicate balance between intensity and believability that is critical for this demanding role."
Based on the World War I novel by Erich Maria Remarque, "All Quiet on the Western Front" was first adapted for the bigscreen in 1930 by Lewis Mileston, whose film later took home the Oscar for Best Picture.
Shooting on "Western Front" will begin in the spring of 2012 after Radcliffe wraps a 2011 Broadway stint on "How to Succeed Without Really Trying."
The 20 year-old actor can next be seen this fall in Warner Bros.' "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One," which opens November 19.
Radcliffe is repped by Artists Rights Group Talent.
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