Even if you're in that odd minority of folks who hate all things 'Harry Potter' for reasons beyond our comprehension, you might just want to think twice about nixing that midnight showing of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2' this week and get on the bandwagon with the rest of us muggles. After months of endless teasing and viral marketing that's had anyone and everyone crapping themselves with anticipation over Christopher Nolan's next visit to the world of Batman, word on the street is that the first teaser trailer for 'The Dark Knight Rises' will be playing in front of H.P.'s last hurrah.

Not that Warner Bros. needed any help whatsoever to make sure that these two movies are going to flat-out destroy at the box office, but the jump to hear the details on what to expect.
From what we've heard, the trailer apparently has a running time of 1 minute and 33 seconds and will be playing in all 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D showings of 'Deathly Hallows.' And as a little bonus of sorts, it sounds like we'll also be getting a look at the first trailer for 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows' and a new trailer for 'Happy Feet Two.'

Granted, we still have to wait until July 20, 2012, for the finished product to finally come out, but if the awesomeness of 'The Dark Knight' was any indication, we are more than happy to wait and are just chomping at the bit to see this teaser already.

What are you more excited for: the first 'Dark Knight Rises' teaser, or the final 'Harry Potter' movie?

[via Superhero Hype]
The Dark Knight Rises
PG-13 2012
Based on 45 critics

Batman re-emerges from his self-imposed exile to battle a merciless terrorist named Bane. Read More

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II
PG-13 2011
Based on 41 critics

As his showdown with Lord Voldemort nears, Harry may have to make the ultimate sacrifice. Read More

Happy Feet Two
PG 2011
Based on 25 critics

The son of Mumble (Elijah Wood), the tap-dancing penguin, is afraid to dance. Read More

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
PG-13 2011
Based on 38 critics

The famous detective and his astute associate face their archenemy, evil genius Moriarty. Read More