What a weird turn of events for these long-time rivals, right? The Weasleys and the Malfoys have never been the best of friends, and the most publicized example that we have of this feud, that of Ron Weasley and Draco Malfoy, is a particularly contemptuous one. But it looks like once again these feisty boys have put aside their differences to pose for some more pictures together, this time for an ad campaign for Band of Outsiders. Inspiring, right?
Don’t let the title mislead you: I’m not a fan of the original movies. Really, the only reason I’m putting these here photos up onto the site is because there were a lot of fun people in attendance, like Rupert Grint, Tom Felton … and Rupert Grint. There were a few others there, too, but none more important than those of the Harry Potter franchise.
Ooh, wait – John Lithgow was there, too and I just adore me some John Lithgow. Can anyone else look at him without thinking about the gremlin on the wing?:
Anyway. Back to the movie premiere. I wonder how good this movie can really be if the execs can’t even get the title nice. Rise OF THE Planet OF THE Apes? Could that roll of the tongue more awkwardly? Never mind. I told you earlier I was in a nitpicky mood today, so I’m not going to subject you to my complaining. Let’s just hold hands, make nice, and look at the pretty pictures of Rupert Grint and Tom Felton together, OK? Would that be alright?
Here’s a video just for you! Though the dudes are quite annoying (accurate, yes, and efficient as well, but that doesn’t absolve them from almost giving me an epileptic fit with their rapid-fire speech), their information is spot-on. If you haven’t gotten the low down on what’s happened in the previous movies before seeing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, I strongly suggest you – try – to watch this.
Also, did any of you see the film last night? DID YOU LOVE IT?