Why are you "-_-"-ing? Dumbledore is in the book, so he should be in the movie.
As for forty-two's question, Dumbledore came as quite the surprise in the book, and there are those who don't read the books but just watch the movies, so I'm thinking that the filmmakers want to keep that as a surprise for the aforementioned people.
Or they decided to cut him out.
Also, what the Hell. Why is everything in 3D?
Actually, I am excited to see this movie. Despite the hype, I still think it's one of the most creative fantasy tales of recent memory. Of course, it's no LotR but it does hold it's own against many other stories of it's kind.
I wasn't referring to you.
The books are better, and the inconsistencies killed it for me. The fun thing for me with this thread is, I know what happens.
When the last book was written there were rumours he'd die, and I don't trust them with the ending.
[Edited by pisces, 7/1/2010 7:21:44 AM]
And Bes I agree with this statment "it's one of the most creative fantasy tales of recent memory. It does hold it's own against many other stories of it's kind."
When the movies turns out as good as the books they're brilliant. (They do most of the times.(H.P series)
And I personally love things that include magic, and the Harry Potter kind of adventures seem to catch my interests.
[Edited by Night-Ghost, 7/1/2010 7:48:45 AM]