They have left too much critical information out of the first movies. They are kinda in trouble right now because it is going to be hard to tie all the strings together.
JK wrote it brilliantly, she tied everything together and made the reader have to remember back to a certain year at Hogwarts. I like the idea, and I'm glad that they are only doing it with the 7th movie. Any of the others would make them way to long and drawn out.
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it's possible [but doubtful] that there could be a sort of "Lord of the Rings, Fellowship of the Ring" kind of introduction before the real movie begins. i can see dumbledore being an overvoice and flipping through some important scenes from the six movies. and then, something like, "but now, whole wizardly world must join forces, either good or evil - and try to depend on the only hope left to them - Harry Potter"
but of course the screenwriters are never as clever as we'd like them to be. so;............. siriusly doubt this sort of introduction.
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I think it's a great idea. WB (or whoever makes these decisions) knows what they are doing. They get more money from two movies. Fans get a lot of the book from two movies. Thus, a win-win situation. Who wants cake?
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This years Musical: Little Shop of Horrors (sig for it hopefully coming soon)