Norfolk Audiences Take In Harry Potter Film
NORFOLK - Packed houses took in the final Harry Potter film at midnight this morning in Norfolk. Norfolk 7 was one of thousands of theatres across the country that held overnight screenings of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2." Emily Edmisten, 17, was dressed as Potter character Professor Sybil Trelawney. She was anxious to see the film. But Edmisten tells WJAG NEWS she doesn't want it all to end because the Potter series has been part of her life. She says it's like "my childhood is ending...almost." The first Harry Potter film was released ten years ago. The seven films so far have grossed over $6 billion dollars across the world.