In one of the posters, it shows Dumbledore holding a blue-ish orb that looks like the prophecy from the fifth film. It may not be the one involving Harry Potter and Voldemort, but could this just be a prophecy in general? What else could this orb be? AlastorMoody 20:58, August 5, 2011 (UTC)
Is it note-worthy to add that they used the German poster as background for the BluRay DVD's? -- PerryPeverell 16:59, October 27, 2012 (UTC)
- In my opinion it is, at the very least. --Hunniebunn 17:43, October 27, 2012 (UTC)
Does anyone have this poster used for this recording sessions CD?
I'd like to have the complete version. Thanks. -- PerryPeverell 21:08, February 6, 2013 (UTC)
Poloyjuice Potion Continuity
In the bathroom when they add the hairs Hermione says they have 1 hour before they turn back into themselves however in The Deathly Hallows film Hermione says she doesn't know how long they have before the effects of the potion wear off.
- Pottermore says that, depending on how well the potion has been brewed, the effects of a single dose last anywhere from ten minutes to twelve hours. Hermione might've not been certain of the quality of the potion in Deathly Hallows.
Hermione's use of magic outside Hogwarts
I removed this entry which was listed as a mistake:
Harry gets into trouble for doing magic outside of school, yet Hermione does the repairing spell on Harry's glasses without a problem.
There is no indication in the film that Harry gets into trouble for doing magic outside school. Moreover, it is explained in the sixth book that the trace only allows the ministry of magic to know when magic has been performed in the vicinity of an underage wizard, but they cannot know who performed it. This is why Dobby's hover charm was attributed to Harry; since he is the only wizard around for miles they assumed it must have been him. Hermione however was in Diagon Alley, an area teeming with wizards, so it would have been impossible for them to attribute it to her. Harry says at the end of the first film that they are not allowed to use magic away from Hogwarts, and Hermione seems to suffer no repercussions for doing so, but the film is still internally consistent.
- And another point is, that was in the film. In the book it was Arthur Weasley who repaird the glasses. As an adult he is allowed to use magic. 19:26, December 15, 2015 (UTC)