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Harry Potter Cast Shoots Final Scene

After a whopping eight films together, you’d think the folks behind all those Harry Potter movies would at least save a little something special for the cast’s final scene together, right? Well, not really, but the final Harry Potter scene for the trio of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint is actually quite fitting, as it’s a green-screen shot of all three heroes leaping onto a mat – as if to show the three of them leaping into their own respective futures now that their time with Harry Potter has finally come to an end.

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The scene in question doesn’t give anything away, and I’m not sure where it takes place within the film, but ABC Family premiered the behind-the-scenes nugget that shows us what was going on when the three Potter kids filmed their final scene. There’s not much communication between the three (though at one point Watson puts her hand on Grint’s shoulder and smiles), and their serious looks may have to do with them being in character moreso than them coming to terms with this actually being the end.
Either way, I’m sure you Potter fans will want to watch this and toast these actors for doing a fantastic job over the course of eight highly-entertaining films. Kudos! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 hits theaters on July 15th. Check out the clip below …

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