Dolores Umbridge: You first applied for the defense against the dark arts, is this true?
Professor Snape: Yes.
Dolores Umbridge: But you didn't succeed?
Professor Snape: Obviously.
When Dumbledore is dueling with Voldemort in the Ministry Atrium, there is a close-up shot of Voldemort as he opens his mouth wide, laughing. The filling in the Dark Lord's upper molar is visible in his newly acquired body. See more...
Helen McCrory was originally cast as Bellatrix Lestrange, but dropped out due to her pregnancy. She was replaced by Helena Bonham Carter. In 2007, McCrory was cast as Bellatrix's sister, Narcissa Malfoy, in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. See more...
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|Title||Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix|
|Original entry||In the Department of Mysteries, when Lucius removes his mask Bellatrix stands behind him, but her entire body has been digitally blackened. Additionally, there are two distinct shots in which there is a digital shape highlighting Bellatrix's face/upper body that moves as she moves. The first occurs when she remarks, "He knows how to play," then after Lucius begins to say, "Prophecies can only be retrieved," when he continues with the words, "by those about whom" it occurs once again in the close-up.|