The trailer for the FINAL Harry Potter movie has arrived.

I have a feeling there will be a lot of tears when the final credits roll. Some from audience members who are sad to see the movie end, and some from Warner Bros. who no longer can bank on new Harry Potter films making them money.


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  1. My daughters (now 21 and 17) will probably cry. They’ve literally grown up with the series. Personally, I’ve never really seen the “pull your hair out and go crazy” thing about the books or the movies. Not much more than what I’ve seen in other “young sorcerer” stories over the years.

  2. Your daughters are not alone, I will cry and I’m a 20 year-old guy. It’s just the thing of our generation I suppose.

  3. I will probably cry, although wonderfully. I have read all the books, thought the series was magnificent. It’s not just a generational thing – I’m almost 55 years old. Loved every minute of this series, thought the movies didn’t really live up to the books; still, I’m looking forward to seeing the ending onscreen, and hope they stay true to the books.

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