By the time we reach the end of the first book in the Harry Potter series, we’re well on our way to finding out why the wizarding world’s favorite boy-child is never going to let us write the end.
The first two books of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone were released in 2006 and 2007 respectively, and neither of those books had endings.
The only time an ending was revealed in either book was in the final chapter of Philosopher of Peace, which showed Harry’s parents having a secret love affair that would never come to fruition.
Harry Potter was a hit, but as it turns out, the ending is a story of many endings.
We know the wizard-hating Gryffindor house will forever be cursed, because Dumbledore’s office is never mentioned again.
But we also know that the Weasley twins are forever forever together, because the boy who killed them both is never named.
And we know the Weasley boys will forever have a secret crush on the Hufflepuff house forever, because Ron and Hermione never actually reveal their crush to anyone.
The Harry Potter universe is an endlessly complicated mess of conflicting plots, characters, and ideas, but the fact that we can’t come up with an end to all of it is a great and satisfying surprise.
What is it that makes the world so complicated?
The answer to that question may not seem particularly obvious, but in a world of novels and films, it makes for some very complicated storytelling.
“We’ve had writers who have said that the first three books were the most difficult books they ever wrote, because they had to make sure they had a conclusion,” explains David Goyer, who directed both films and is now a writer and producer.
“And I think what I think that was the first time that we got to the point where we could actually say, ‘Yes, we know what the story is, and we can put a conclusion on that,’ was in that first film.”
As Goyer puts it, the first film was “a lot of work, a lot of hard work, and a lot more of fun.”
The film didn’t have an ending, but Goyer and the rest of the crew worked with the film’s writers to come up the plan for the film, which is still the basis for the books.
“That first three films were really hard work for the team to get to, to make it a satisfying conclusion for everybody,” Goyer says.
“The films are so complicated, they’ve got all these things going on, so it was very hard to say, okay, I need to have a final conclusion to this, or this is all just going to end with a big happy ending.”
The first film’s ending also had a big unhappy ending.
When the team of writers was finally able to finalize the final book, they had already created an elaborate ending for it.
But they had an idea of how the ending would work, which they decided to go with.
They would have a couple of characters get a prophecy from Voldemort, and then one of the characters would take the opportunity to kill Voldemort.
So the two of them would go to Hogwarts, and the third character would then take the chance to kill Dumbledore, and that would happen.
But it was a really complicated story.
In the film they had one character, who was Voldemort’s greatest enemy.
The other character, a teenage boy named Harry Potter, would take his place in the story as the hero.
That’s the story of the book.
And they went with it.
And it’s interesting that that wasn’t the end that was talked about onscreen, but what the film ultimately told us.
The ending didn’t end in a happy, happy ending, it ended in a tragic ending.
The story of Harry and the Boy Who Lived, as written by J.K. Rowling, was about a boy who would die at the hands of a snake.
But that wasn and is a big part of the books, and what made the film interesting was the way the final scenes and the ending became tied together, so that Harry could be the one to take his own life.
In one scene, the final moments of the film showed the death of Voldemort, with Harry’s mother, Hermione Granger, in the middle of the scene.
“She said, ‘I’m so glad you’re dead, Harry, I’m so sorry,’ and then she said, very quietly, ‘You’ll always be my son,’ and you know what?
That’s when we decided that this was the right moment to tell the story, and it wasn’t a happy ending,” Gaiman says.
Goyer has a different theory on why the film didn.
“I think what the writers wanted was to make the film a bittersweet film,” Gorry says.
They wanted to tell a bittersome story, but they wanted to make a film that would make you want to keep going.
They also wanted the