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Harry Potter fans are reeling after learning about a deleted Draco Malfoy scene from The Deathly Hallows: Part II.
Potterhead and TikToker @siriusly_hazzz shared the scene with followers and people can't believe what they've been missing.
Watch the video here:
The scene was taken from the infamous Battle Of Hogwarts, when the Slytherin students are locked up in the dungeons, and leads us to believe that Draco may possibly have been responsible for their escape.
Reacting to the removed scene, one devastated fan wrote: "Why do all the draco redemption scenes get deleted 😭✋🏻".
A second viewer commented: "We needed more draco scenes…we were ROBBED."
And a third shook fan simply added: "I SCREAMED 😳".
Another furious TikTok user wrote: "WE WERE ROBBED Draco had so many redeeming qualities in the last movies and they did NOTHING for him😤🤬😭."
Other Harry Potter fans were confused, commenting that the 'deleted' scene had always been in the film.
"Am I the only one who has seen this in the movie?" asked one viewer.
A second wrote: "oh this wasn’t a deleted scene it was in my movie".
Another Potterhead wrote: "Idk if it’s just me but I remember watching it and this scene being in the movie🤨 it did I watch the extended one?"
And a fourth chimed in: "Same lol mine has all of the deleted scenes and I didn't know they were deleted until recently."
The theory among Potterheads is that the scene was scrapped because, in the original novel, the Slytherin students were never locked up in dungeons for the Battle of Hogwarts.
Rather, when none of the Slytherin students wanted to stay and fight for their school, they were evacuated from the premises.
Thus, Draco's moment of redemption ended up on the cutting room floor - unless, of course, you're lucky enough to have your hands on the extended cut!