Deathly Hallows Movie Theory

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It has been years since the last Harry Potter film was released, but that doesn 't mean loyal “Potterheads” are actually stopping themselves from reminiscing about the days that they 're waiting for the release of a new book or a new film, that is why these loyal fans seem to put their imaginations into good use by making these theories that actually make sense. “We do not need magic to change the world, we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already, we have the power to imagine better.” – J.K. Rowling SNAPE IS PROBABLY ALIVE The first fan theory is about a very important character especially in the last few books and movies. J.K. Rowling did such an amazing job at making him look like he 's one of the bad guys but turns out he was sacrificing a lot just to be the hero. In Deathly Hallows, we have seen how Voldemort made his snake, Nagini, kill Severus Snape. Before he died, he managed to let out a tear for Harry so he could uncover the truth, unfortunately, Snape dies before Harry could learn the truth. Harry then, took the tear to the pensive and there he saw how much Snape actually sacrificed everything just to protect him. Now, the theory says that Snape might actually be alive. Shocker isn 't? However, it will make more sense in a bit. To support the theory here are the arguments. First,…show more content…
After the success of the Harry Potter books, Rowling graced us with another series of films focusing on the pre-Harry Potter period led by Newt Scamander, who of course reminds us of Hagrid, who is loves magical creatures as well. In the Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them film, they introduced different magical creatures that we haven 't seen in the Potter films. Now, because of the that, a theory was formed that Aragog, Hagrid’s spider in the Chamber of Secrets, actually came from Newt, since Hagrid said, he got him from a pocket of a traveler, that traveler is actually Newt
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