Imagine you've just tried to pull of a major heist and everything went pear shaped. Now you're battered, bleeding, arrested, with some of your best friends missing and possibly dead. Things just couldn't get any worse, right?
Now imagine that the guy they sent to interrogate you is Lord Voldemort's right hand man, Wormtail.
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At the end of the trailer for the indie crime thriller "Comes a Bright Day," one of the characters earnestly delivers the line, "You can't kill me, son. I'm dead already." And while that may sound like a cliched thing to say, for once it's actually 100% true.
Because the guy saying it is none other than Peter Pettigrew, a.k.a. "Harry Potter" nemesis Wormtail.
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