I'm running out of cute "oh look, it's more great stuff promoting the movie" headlines, but TLC now has the HBO special "first look" at OOP up. It gives away a lot more than even the teaser so be warned if this is something you don't want to know.
I think the villains in this one are going to be completely delicious (Umbridge and Bella both!). There are some parts that I envisioned differently, like Grawp and the Hall of Prophecy, but in this case I think different might not be bad for me.
I really love the scene where Snape is teaching Harry Occlumency--Harry: "I'm not weak"; Snape "Then prove it!"--I think it might really end up helping out some of the Snape-is-not-a-death-eater people. It's all in the look on Alan Rickman's face--like he needs Harry to get Occlumency, needs it so desperately that he's beyond the point of pussy-footing around or being sarcastic even. Yes, yes, I know--the movies don't "prove" anything, but Rickman has to have discussed his character with Jo, and I think that makes him as good a person as any to watch for clues.
And Dumbledore. I make no secret of the fact that I'm not a fan of Michael Gambon's Dumbledore. I thought he was doddering in PoA, and borderline abusive in GoF. I know he's not really that bad, it's just that he's not Richard Harris. *Sigh* But despite my anti-Gambon leanings I think that all of the anxiousness/fear/even anger that I thought was inappropriate for Dumbledore in GoF is probably right on course for OOP, so maybe Gambon will be better this time around.