Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows: Highlighted Key Differences Between the Novel and Film Part 2

July 25th, 2021

"Mr. Ollivander, one last thing, and then we'll let you get some rest. What do you know about the Deathly Hallows?"

"The ---- the what?" asked the wandmaker, looking utterly bewildered.

"The Deathly Hallows."

"I'm afraid I don't know what you're talking about. Is this still something to do with wands?" -Page 498.

Thank you for joining us as we close out the final episode pertaining to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows as today we highlight, detail and evaluate the major differences between Chapters 25 through the Epilogue of the novel, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 film! It's been a long time coming and the end of the arc is finally here, as the Riddikulus Crew sound off on what they liked, disliked and absolutely hated about the film adaptation of the novel. So many differences to discuss, and we touch on all the big ones; with Ollivander apparently knowing about the Deathly Hallows, whose idea flying out of Gringotts on a dragon was, Voldemort apparently feeling when his Horcruxes were destroyed, Sirius' mirror debacle and so much more. So have some fun with this one because you're getting vintage Chase & Josh as they hold nothing back. With the film omitting Aberforth's story about his sister, omitting Percy's reunion with his family, leaving out the majority of Snape's memories, Harry snapping the Elder Wand in half without repairing his own wand, and Voldemort turning to dust, there is no shortage of contradictions. With just the bonus episode remaining after this, you can't afford to miss out!

As stated on Page 693, "Ron and Hermione seemed a long way away, in a far-off country; he felt as though he had parted from them long ago. There would be no good-byes and no explanations, he was determined of that. This was a journey they could not take together, and the attempts they would make to stop him would waste valuable time."

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