In order to become acquainted with the films’ three main stars, director Alfonso Cuaron had each of them write an essay about their characters. True to their characters, Emma Watson wrote a 16-page essay, Daniel Radcliffe wrote a simple, one-page paper, and Rupert Grint never even turned his in.
The first thing snap said to harry is "potter! What would I get if I added added powered root of asphodel to an infusion of worm wood?" Victorian flower language states asphodel is a time of lily that means 'my regrets follow you to the grave' and wormwood means 'absence' and also typically symbolized bitter sorrow. If you put it all together it means. 'I bitterly regret lily'a death.'
After the attack in the cafe in deathly hallows Hermonies admits that she's never done a memory charm, but in fact she had earlier in the book when she modified her parents memory.
In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 when it is releaved that Harry isn't dead, George turns to share this moment with his twin, but then realizes there's no one there.
During Colin Creevey’s funeral many people came to lay flowers by his grave. Harry wasn’t one of those people; instead he brought a photo and placed it gingerly beside the flowers. Even though many years had passed and Colin had grown up into a brave and heroic man Harry still couldn’t help but think of him as the excitable young first year who had wanted a photo of him. The photo that was left at Colin’s grave bore Harry’s signature, scrawled in the corner. It was the only autograph Harry ever gave.
Fred was always the first. The twins’ names were as such: Fred and George. He was noticed first, thought of first, did everything before his brother. George never minded this, he'd grown used to following his twin. Until one day, Fred did something first that George would never forget, and never get over. He did the one thing that they should have done together.