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'Harry Potter' Director Chooses a Cliffhanger for 'Deathly Hallows' Part 1

Over the weekend, Harry Potter director David Yates made a late-night phone call straight from the Deathly Hallows set across the pond to the LA Times and divulged that Harry Potter 7 will leave us hanging.

David Yates, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Bonnie Wright

Although there are seven "Harry Potter" books, the last book is split into two parts for the movie, and Harry-obsessed muggles have been dying to know where the split is. Yates tells the LA Times:

"Things can change when you edit, of course, but the idea now is that it (the split) will be not long after the sequence that we are filming here today."

**SPOILER ALERT! Stop reading now if you'd rather not know.**

And what exactly were they filming that day?

"We're here in the forest, we've just finished the scene where Harry, Hermione and Ron are captured by the Snatchers after being chased through the woods. The Snatchers are brutal and scary but they aren't the most intelligent of creatures. They're trying to figure out exactly who it is they've caught."

If you've read the last book, your guess of where that cliffhanger moment might be is as good as ours. It could be where our trio of heroes encounters Voldemort's dangerously devout follower, Bellatrix Lestrange... Sound off below if you've got any ideas.

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