Though it’s nearing one billion dollars in worldwide gross, there were certainly a ton of valid complaints about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One. People said it was too slow, the characters spent too much time in the woods, it was half a movie, etc. That should all be remedied on July 15 as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two is released in 3D. Picking up immediately where the first film left off, Part Two has been described by director David Yates as a full on “action movie” and the one inevitable byproduct of action is death. There’s plenty of that in Deathly Hallows Part Two and reports are coming in that Yates and company have decided to change one of the major deaths in the film. Luckily, J.K. Rowling approved. Read which scene has been changed, how and what Rowling had to say about it after the jump. Read More »