The Boy Who Lived, come to die? Hmph, that's what Voldemort thinks.
Sure, "it all ends" in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, the eighth and final film in the epic series based on J.K. Rowling's novels about the wizarding world, but we really can't wait to see Daniel Radcliffe's Harry getting by with a little help from his friends.
Of course, he's going to have fewer friends once the final battle has been fought...
As you can see in the brand-new trailer for the film, in theaters at last on July 15, pretty much everyone comes out to play in the final chapter, from Michael Gambon's Dumbledore and Gary Oldman's Sirius Black to the hero's late parents, James and Lily (Adrian Rawlins and Geraldine Somerville).
Part 1 ended with Voldemort plundering Dumbledore's grave to retrieve a necessary wand to aid in his pursuit of the remaining horcruxes. Things are seeming bleak for our bespectacled hero with the lightning scar, but he's still got more power to discover within himself and a heck of a lot more to learn.
If you've read the book, you know who survives the final showdown and who lives on in memory form only. But judging by the intense and ultimately compelling trailer, we're all going to be on the edges of our seats throughout.