Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 will be seen in over 11,000 screens, in over 4,000 locations. It has broken the record for highest pre-opening ticket sales with $32 million already spent. Of course, fans every where have already purchased their ticket and will be lining up outside theatres tonight to watch the franchise's last film.
The Harry Potter franchise has earned over $7 billion dollars over the past decade including eight movies and seven books. More than just the end of a movie, it is the end of an era for teens who have grown up watching the magical antics. Many, many fans lined up, camped out, and hiked down to the two cities in which major premiere's of Deathly Hallows, Part 2 were held. London and New York City were filled with Potterheads on July 5 and July 11, respectively, to catch a glimpse of their favorite wizard cast.
Here are some photos of Pottermania, past and present, from all around the world!