Last night was the world première of the highly anticipated Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 in London.
The cast looked a far cry from how they did ten years ago when they first walked the red carpet.
Emma Watson, who plays Hermonie Granger, stole the show with her short crop, which was drastically different to her character’s hair and her short, lacey feather Rafael Lopez for Atelier Mayee dress and towering heels.
Her co-stars Rupert Grint, who plays Ron and Harry himself, Daniel Radliffe, both scrubbed up well, in smart suits.
Leicester Square was transformed into a Harry Potter film set last night and literally thousands queued over night just to catch a glimpse at the now legendary cast.
Author of the hugely succesful books J.K Rowling also made an appearance on the carpet. She has recently hinted that there may be another Harry Potter book on the way.
However, wherever the original cast would return is unclear as Emma is currently at university in America and talking about reprising the role, she said: “I don’t know. I feel like I’ve just said goodbye to Hermione. I’d have to see how I felt at the time.”
Daniel is currently working on his first film since Harry Potter, The Woman in Black and also seems to have moved on.
The supporting cast were also out in force, including Bonnie Wright, who plays Ginnie Weasley, Harry’s girlfriend. The evil Draco Malfoy, played by Tom Felton, the Weasley twins, James and Oliver Phelps, Katie Leung (Cho Chang), Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), Imelda Staunton (Professor Dolores Umbridge), Julie Walters (Molly Weasley), Clemence Poesy (Fleur Delacour), Ralph Fiennes (Lord Voldermort), Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom) and Domhnall Gleeson (Bill Weasley), also all attended.
Plenty of other celebs attended, including the rather excited looking X Factor finalists.
The first part of the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be in UK cinemas on November 19th.
Take a look at the red carpet gallery below.
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