Severus Snape's Death Scene Has Been Changed.
Many people enjoy the prospect of a dramatic death-Snape dying under the flaming school in a 'crystal house'.
But some think otherwise. Honestly, I think that the death of such an important character with such a vital role in the books and films shouldn't have been messed with in the first place. But that's just my own opinion.
So far, the news about it revealed that instead of the Shrieking Shack, Severus Snape will die in a 'Crystal House' while the school is in flames. The house is 'crystal', and supposubly see-thru, which shows that Snape will die under the Hogwarts school in flames.
When someone puts it in a way that he will die such a dramatic death, I have to say that as long as J.K Rolling agreed with it, I agree with it.
I've also heard that there will be a difference in the way Snape dies. In the novel of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Nagini kills Snape with a snakebite. Now, in the film, Lord Voldemort slashes Snape's throat with Sectumsempra and then orders Nagini to finish him.
I don't understand why they'd change the way he dies-it's already sad enough and brutal in the book. And honestly, when did Lord Voldemort find out of the Sectumsempra spell that Snape invented? I'm not sure about that scene, but I know I'll love it and cry when I see it.
And honestly, I believe that Snape's Death Scene being changed is okay for me-because either way, he will die a hero and always will be in my eyes no matter what.