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Harry Potter, Sherlock, New Girl, Once Upon a Time, Pretty Little Liars, LOTR, The Office, and Robert Pattinson.
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“we’ll take the lot!”
wow harry maybe some of the other kids on the train wanted some candy
but nope i guess the boy who lived is entitled to the entire fucking trolley
Deleted scene - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
WHY WAS THIS DELETED
(probably because it didn’t happen in the book and the whole reason it didn’t happen in the book is because Petunia just couldn’t quite manage to swallow her pride which I think is a pretty important aspect of her character)
*pats bed seductively* this is where the magic happened *stares off* all seven harry potter books
sirius i never understood why you act so guilty like why couldn’t you say “nah im just here to kill the rat” instead of “only one will die tonight”
I think people just haven’t completely grasped the concept that Sirius Black is the biggest drama queen of all time
Endless list of things that should have been in the movies
↳ Prisoner of Azkaban, p 120
“Then you should know, Potter, that Sybill Trelawney has predicted the death of one student a year since she arrived at this school. None of them has died yet. Seeing death omens is her favourite way of greeting a new class.”
Wait wait wait
so there was a theory bouncing around that Trelawney was actually scary accurate, right?
What if every student she predicted died in the battle for Hogwarts?
THATS JUST WHAT I WAS THINKING
okay except that as we all know, Trelawney’s entire demeanor changed when she was making an actual prediction
She’s also been teaching since approx. a year before Harry was born, meaning that at the time of this particular exchange between McGonagall & Harry Trelawney had already predicted the deaths of 12 other students, some of whom had since graduated. An additional five years elapsed between her prediction of of Harry’s death & the battle at Hogwarts, allowing for every student whose death she had predicted to leave the school
The battle at Hogwarts was somewhat impromptu, and unless I’ve been misreading the book all these years, the only people who really had a chance to fight were faculty, current students, members of the Order & those in touch with them, and residents of Hogsmeade. The likelihood of of all 12 students whose deaths had been predicated (and the youngest of which had graduated nearly five years prior) being in the vicinity of Hogwarts on that particular night, ready to engage in battle, is extremely low.
the first one is just so ridiculously adorable