The final film in the massively successful "Harry Potter" franchise premiered in London's Trafalgar Square. (July 7)
RUPERT GRINT: 10 years ago, I wouldn't have even imagined we'd be kind of at the eighth premier and something this huge. It's just unbelievable. And it really is going to kind of take a while for this to kind of-- the fact that this is over to kind of sink in.
EMMA WATSON: And just very aware that I will probably never be part of something like this ever again in my life. And just sad that it's over.
DANIEL RADCLIFFE: This is a fitting sendoff. This feels right. It feels like we're doing justice to what is not just a fantastic film, but a fantastic series.
EMMA WATSON: They just really sort of do a decade's worth of work justice, and that's quite a difficult thing to do, to keep topping your work every time, eight times over is pretty challenging. And somehow, he managed it. So I'm really thrilled about that.
- It isn't.
- End of an era, certainly for the kids.
- It's pretty emotional, to be honest with you. I never actually thought about it until we got out the car today. And that really did blow me away, thinking, we aren't going to be doing this again.
TOM FELTON: Yeah, I kind of shot off before I had a chance to start blubbering like a little five-year-old.