The first trailer for “David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived”

This November, HBO will release a documentary about David Holmes, the stunt double for Daniel Radcliffe’s Harry Potter in the film series. Holmes was left paralyzed after an accident on the set of The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 in 2009, but he has shown remarkable resilience and determination in the years since.

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David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived

The documentary is executive produced by Radcliffe himself, and it will follow Holmes’ journey from childhood to his accident, and on to his current life as a motivational speaker and advocate for disability rights. It will also feature behind-the-scenes footage from the Harry Potter films, and interviews with Radcliffe, other cast members, and the stunt team.

The trailer for the documentary was released recently, and it is a powerful and moving look at Holmes’ story. It begins with footage of Holmes as a child, doing stunts and talking about his love of performing. Then, it cuts to footage of the accident on the Harry Potter set, and the aftermath.

Holmes is seen in a hospital bed, paralyzed from the chest down. But he is also seen with a smile on his face, determined to overcome his injuries. The trailer follows Holmes through his recovery process, and shows how he has used his platform to inspire others.

The trailer is also a celebration of the Harry Potter films, and the special bond that Holmes shared with Radcliffe. Radcliffe is seen talking about Holmes with great admiration, and the two share a warm embrace at the end of the trailer.

David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived is a must-see for fans of the Harry Potter films, and for anyone who has ever been inspired by a story of resilience and hope. It is a powerful and moving documentary that will stay with you long after you watch it.

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