"I'm ready to die," says the boy wizard who built the behemoth movie empire, near the end of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 2." His grim expression is enough to cast doubts in the minds of even the most hardcore "Potter" fans.
Of course, they know what actually happens. But for the eighth and final installment of the biggest film franchise since, well, ever, it's an apt declaration. It's over, folks. That's all J.K. Rowling wrote. No more "Potter" for you.
But what a way to go...Full Story