It feels like an era has ended.
No more books. No more films.
Sure, we’ll have an “exciting online experience” and a theme park, but those just aren’t the same.
When I cried during Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the tears came not only in reaction to Snape’s emotionally-charged death scene, Harry’s preparation for death, or any of the other intense scenes in the film, they came because it was over.
Thank you J.K. Rowling for creating the wonderful world and characters of Harry Potter, thank you Scholastic for publishing the books and thank you Warner Brothers for bringing the books to film.
It’s been a magical, magnificent journey and I’m so glad I was along for the ride.