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You can spend quite a lot of time here." "I'm being biased, but my favorite thing would be our costumes from the final movie," added James, who first appeared as Fred Weasley in 2001's "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." "You can see the attention to detail that goes into it. Every character's wand was individual and unique to that character.
We were never allowed to take them home because they're in the exhibition.
British actress Emma Watson (4th R) who plays Hermione in the Harry Potter series of films, stands with actors from the films outside the St Pancras Hotel in London July 6, 2011.
British actors Rupert Grint and Emma Watson (second row L and 4th R) who play Ron Weasley and Hermione in the Harry Potter series of films, pose for photographers with actors from the films outside the St Pancras Hotel in London July 6, 2011.
That it was a chapter in their lives -- not just the people involved in making it," Oliver said.
"It was one of those things that I think I'll remember for the rest of my life -- walking down the red carpet with thousands of people on either side of you." "I think we were all ready [to say goodbye] because it had been such a great success and it became a normality to us," said Oliver, who played George Weasley during the series.
So, it's kind of nice to check in on it." When the eighth and final film, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," hit U. theaters on July 15, 2011, it was met with great success, becoming the fourth-highest grossing movie of all time.
"Because it went out on such a high, it was easier to accept it was coming to an end because it went out bigger than it had even been before," said James. You could just see the joy on people's faces -- what it mean to them.
"So now fans can actually check out the amount of detail that goes into all the props.
But that changed this week when the British identical twin brothers, who played the Weasley twins on the hit film series, stopped by Harry Potter: The Exhibition at Discovery Times Square.
They took a trip down memory lane as they spotted the many wands and other props now on display in New York.
So you kind of knew it was coming to a close anyway.
I think when we were doing our last day of shooting, the bulldozers were actually waiting outside.