Just in case you have been living under a rock,
the full domestic trailer for Harry
Potter and the Goblet of Fire is quickly coming our way
with the release of The
Corpse Bride. The news gets even better by the fact that
Corpse will have a limited release this upcoming weekend, which
could mean that the Goblet trailer will pop up online as early
as Thursday night. Can't wait till then? Well, maybe these trailer details
will hold you over.
Full Goblet of Fire Trailer Details
The good people over at HPANA
first posted a report with the trailer details for Harry Potter and
the Goblet of Fire after some moviegoers were allowed to screen The
Corpse Bride early. Here is a snippet from the report:
Durmstrang ship flies in
Beauxbatons rises from the water
Voiceover: Dumbledore explains that Hogwarts will host two schools, and introduces them
(Harry spits out his juice when he sees the Beauxbatons girls – hilarious)
Harry asks Cho to the ball
Prof. McGonagall gives dance lessons – using Ron as her partner and asking him to place his hand on her waist – he gives a grossed out face and says, "Wha...?" – SO FUNNY
Overhead view of the Yule Ball
Viktor kisses Hermione's hand while one of the Patils asks, "Is that Hermione Granger with Viktor Krum?"
then followed this up with another report on GOF trailer details:
There is a sliver of Mad-Eye Moody giving Harry a lesson about the killing curse, poor spider. We also see a quick snap of Harry complaining about his scar hurting him again (which can only mean one thing).
Following along, we see a shot of Harry talking to a hot someone in a fireplace. There are many "eye-candy" shots of Harry for those die-hard Harry fans, but sorry girls - no bathroom clip in this one.
There are some great new shots of the tournament itself, close-ups of mermaids, dragons, and various other scenes going by very fast. The trailer fades out with Hermione's voice saying, "Everything is going to change."
The trailer is really fantastic. Once the actual movie was over, everyone was talking about the GOF trailer as they walked out... now that's saying something!
You can read any of the full reports by clicking
on the links above. Getting excited for Goblet of Fire?
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire comes to theatres on November