Personal Essay: Magical night for Pinoys and the ‘Harry Potter’ cast
It was an emotional premiere for the cast of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II,” the last film of the very popular franchise.
“This is not the end of ‘Harry Potter’ because this story will continue to live in the hearts of our fans,” proclaimed Daniel Radcliffe who has been portraying Harry Potter since he was nine years old.
Now 21, Daniel admitted that he will forever remember his Harry Potter experience since he has spent half of his life doing the series which has not only earned him recognition and awards but also £60 billion.
Emma Watson, gorgeous and elegant in an Oscar de la Renta gray ballroom gown, could not control her tears as she spoke.
“I reminded myself not to cry today but I just could not help it,” the tearful Emma, who has portrayed Hermione Granger, said.
“I would like to thank our fans who camped out for three days for this premiere and for all of you who came here tonight. I will forever treasure my friendship with the cast and crew and I would like to thank Jo (J.K. Rowling) for writing these beautiful stories for us.” Then Emma hugged Daniel and Rupert Grint, and J.K. Rowling.