Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Harry Crossdresser: Daniel Radcliffe appears in girl's bra in new Deathly Hallows trailer

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By ANDREA MAGRATH

Cross-dressing Harry: Daniel Radcliffe appears in a new trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in a girl's bra as his friends, all disguised as Harry, strip off


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 will be released next month and as the date approaches more previously unseen footage from the film has been released - including scenes of Daniel Radcliffe wearing a girl's bra.

True fans of the series will know that it isn't a case of Harry cross-dressing, but is in fact one of his friends, disguised as the Boy Wizard.

In a pivotal early scene, Harry must be transported from his aunt and uncle's home, where he is protected from his enemy Lord Voldermort, to another location.
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His protectors, the Order of the Pheonix, come up with a plan to evade the Death Eaters (Voldermort's henchmen).

Six of Harry's friends - Ron and Hermione, as well as Fred and George Weasley, Fleur Delacour, and Mundungus Fletcher, drink a brew called Polyjuice Potion, which transforms them into mirror images of the real Potter.

They are then instructed by Mad-Eye Moody to 'strip', and change into identical clothes.

In the trailer we see Fleur (disguised as Harry), the student who competed against Harry in the Tri-Wizard tournament in fourth instalment The Goblet of Fire, forced to change out of her female clothing.


Before: In a pivotal scene, Harry needs to be transported but is in danger of being kidnapped, so his friends drink Polyjuice Potion to hide the real Harry from his enemies


The vain French girl, who is now engaged to Ron's older brother Bill, is disgusted with Harry's body, and says to her fiancé, 'Look away, I'm hideous.'

In the book Hermione, played by Emma Roberts, says to her bespectacled friend: 'Harry, your eyesight is really awful.'

The six decoy Harrys, plus the real thing, pair off with members of the Order of the Pheonix to make their way to the Weasley home.


After: After drinking the potion, the six 'decoy Harrys' have to change clothes in order to fool his potential captors. Their real identities (l-r) are: Fred and George, Mundungus, Fleur, Ron and Hermione


Just as he arrived at the Dursley house on a motorcycle with Hagrid as a baby sixteen years before, Harry leaves with the gamekeeper and his owl Hedwig.

The Deathly Hallows follows Harry's final journey as the moment that he must face his evil nemesis approaches.

The seventh book has been split into two parts, and Part 1, released in the UK on November 19, will follow Harry, Ron and Hermione as they drop out of school to complete the task set to them by thei headmaster Professor Dumbldore before his death in the previous instalment.


Disguise: We first saw Harry, Ron and Hermione (pictured) experiment with Polyjuice Potion in second book The Chamber of Secrets


They cross the country looking to find and destroy the remaining 'Horcruxes', which contain bits of Lord Voldermort's divided soul - the secret to his immortality.

Once they succeed, Harry will finally be able to battle his enemy in a final dual. This film, directed by David Yates, will explore the relationships between the three lead characters, as the trio is put under enormous strain emotionally.

The second part, slated for released on July 15, 2011, will conclude the epic story, and will also jump forward to reveal the characters as adults in the future.

The books' creator, J.K. Rowling was today in Denmark to be presented with the H.C. Andersen Literature Prizeby Princess Marie in Odense, Hans Christian Andersen's birth place.


Creator: Harry Potter author JK Rowling was in Denamrk today to receive the H.C. Andersen Literature Prize


Rowling, who has sold over 400 million copies of the Harry Potter books worldwide, is the first recipient of the 500,000 kroner (£60,000) award.

The prize is given to a person who can be compared with Andersen, the Danish writer who was born in 1805 and wrote 160 fairy tales and poems before his death in 1875.

Rowling said the author of such classics as The Little Mermaid and the The Ugly Duckling had 'created indestructible, eternal characters.'



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