Despite the series’ long history and expanding fan base, Harry Potter remains popular. Although some thought that the popularity of the series would wane as the fanbase aged, Harry Potter has won over the hearts of younger generations. People still fall in love with the Hogwarts wizarding world when they watch the Harry Potter films for the first time. Since they had to omit many of the specifics from what was done in the books, the finished film is sometimes regarded as the most incomprehensible. let see about Does Harry Potter Die In The Last Movie?
In the final film, Harry Potter is not killed. When Voldemort casts the Killing Curse on Harry, he merely extinguishes the portion of his soul that resides there as a Horcrux. So, just the part of Harry that links him to Voldemort perishes.
Harry Potter’s Resurrection and Death: How Do They Happen?
There may be some spoilers in this article because it will discuss the subject of Harry Potter’s (im)mortality. To be clear, as of right now, Harry Potter is (in continuity) still alive and serving as Director of Magical Law Enforcement for the Ministry of Magic. So, no, he did not pass away. But as we will see, the problem is not that straightforward.
Godric’s Hollow: The Tragedy
Professor Sibyl Trelawney, a Divination instructor at Hogwarts, presented a prophecy in which Harry Potter was identified as the person who would defeat Lord Voldemort. The prophecy was made in 1980, and in 1981, after learning of it, Lord Voldemort—the head of the Death Eaters during the First Wizarding War—went to Godric’s Hollow to kill Harry Potter. Despite being shielded by James and Lily Potter, Lord Voldemort eventually encountered Harry as he easily murdered his parents and approached the little boy. Voldemort wanted to kill Harry, but the Killing Curse malfunctioned and prevented him from doing so. Lord Voldemort appeared to have perished in this episode, leaving Harry with the infamous scar in the form of a thunderbolt. The rest is history. Lord Voldemort never actually passed away; instead, he went missing for a while before being transferred to live with his Muggle relatives until enrolling at Hogwarts.
Harry Potter’s “Death.”
Deathly Hallows, the seventh book, has a scenario in which Harry Potter truly “dies”; it takes place during the Battle of Hogwarts. Harry decided to accept Voldemort’s earlier offer to give himself up to spare the lives of his friends and colleagues after a lot of struggle and multiple defeats. He continued to the Forbidden Forest, where Voldemort and his Death Eaters were waiting for him. Voldemort punished Harry Potter for giving up without a fight as they faced off by casting the Killing Curse on him.
After falling to the earth, Harry Potter woke up in the Limbo. Albus Dumbledore, his former mentor, met him there and explained his actions, and gave an apology. Dumbledore’s spirit further informed Harry that he wasn’t dead but had the option of staying there or leaving for the real world. Dumbledore said that because Voldemort used Harry’s blood to resurrect (as depicted in The Goblet of Fire), the two were inextricably linked, protecting Harry from Voldemort’s killing.
Harry chose to return after making up with his former teacher. He pretended to be dead when he awoke in the Forbidden Forest. Voldemort dispatched Narcissa Malfoy to announce Harry’s death, which she did even though she was aware he had been alive. Voldemort instructed Rubeus Hagrid to bring Harry’s “corpse” back to Hogwarts so he could declare his ultimate victory after torturing it with the Cruciatus Curse.
The Last Battle
To everyone’s surprise, including Voldemort’s, Harry Potter unexpectedly awakens in front of the castle and once more confronts his adversary. This was their final encounter, fulfilling Trelawney’s prophecy from 1980. The Second Wizarding War ended when Harry Potter finally defeated and killed Lord Voldemort in a tense duel. There you have it, then. All the information you require regarding Harry Potter’s “death” is provided in this condensed timeline of events. As you can see, Harry managed to survive every confrontation with Voldemort and is currently healthy and in charge of a division within the Ministry of Magic.
There was still another factor. The Elder Wand belonged to Harry in its truest form; when Voldemort attempted to use it on Harry, it sensed its owner instead of killing Harry and instead murdered the only thing it was capable of killing—the portion Voldemort’s soul on Harry. In other words, Harry was still alive when Voldemort yelled, “Harry Potter is dead!” He was too busy talking to Dumbledore in his brain to show it. Also, the version of events described above is based on the book, not the movie.
Frequently asked questions
- How did Harry Potter avoid being killed by the curse?
The three Deathly Hallows belonged to Harry, making him the true master of death. Harry was able to survive the deadly curse because of this.
- Why did Dumbledore give Harry the Resurrection stone?
Dumbledore intended Harry to use the Hallows to find the strength to sacrifice himself, not to wield enormous power, so that Voldemort’s soul fragment in him would perish.
- How was Voldemort killed by Harry Potter?
Voldemort wasn’t killed by him. Voldemort accidentally committed suicide. Harry Potter was the legitimate owner of the Elder Wand, because a wand can never harm its owner.
- Voldemort screamed as Bellatrix died, but why?
In contrast to the others who joined him for his power, fame, or glory, or to join the powerful to be safe, or even via torture, he wailed at her death from the loss of the sole surviving faithful follower who liked Voldy.