This week it was all about Harry Potter and the franchise’s biggest stars.
From the highly-anticipated premiere of the final Harry Potter movie.
To Kate Moss’ wedding.
There was a lot going on in London this past week…
Check it out!
Who says wizards can’t wail? Emma Watson gets emotional at the premiere of the last Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II.
It’s an end of an era for the Potter stars, spending a decade growing up with eachother and their Potter characters. It’s no wonder that Watson feels a connection between herself, the fans, the franchise, and the co-stars she’s grown to love.
Harry Potter stars like Rupert Grint and Emma Watson are beginning to get a glimpse at the Harry Potter-monium they’ve already started outside of Trafalgar Square in London, as hundreds of Potter fans camp out in the rainy city in anticipation of the film’s final installment.
But Harry Potter fans are hardly the first to camp out for a highly anticipated movie.
Check out these other fans as they line up for some of the decades’ biggest films, including Twilight and the newest installments of Star Wars.
Doesn’t matter if you’re a wizard, rebel or a vampire, fans will be fans.
Here’s Emma Watson leaving her hotel in London, and it’s clear that a spell of excitement has already been cast over all the Harry Potter fans.
If the fans swarming over her for autographs isn’t evidence enough, take a look at the hoards of muggles already camping outside of Trafalgar Square in a rainy London before the premiere of the final Harry Potter film.
They still have hours of discomfort before the famous wizard “wands” his way onto the silver screen on Thursday.
Harry Potter star Tom Felton has reportedly told Live magazine that he was only chosen for his role in Harry Potter because of his visual resemblance to his character, Draco Malfoy.
Felton apparently told the UK’s Live magazine, “Let’s be honest, we weren’t picked for our acting ability… We started our rank as amateurs and we’ll be lucky if we’ve learned something over the past 10 years.”
Felton is referring to his Potter co-stars, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, and Rupert Grint, who all aspire to continue their success as actors in future roles.
We suppose with Radcliffe’s experience on Broadway, he’s proved they’ve learned a thing or two about being actors, and if not, maybe they can still get by on appearances alone.