J.K Rowling sure knows how to get a rise out of her fans. At a packed premier of the final Harry Potter film in Trafalgar Square, the author said that though she had no immediate plans to bring the wizard back, she would "never say never." The hint was greeted with deafening cheers. "It is my baby and if I want to bring it out to play again I will," she added. There was such a crowd that by the time the cast walked the red carpet, police had had to close down surrounding roads. The cast reminisced over their time with the movies. "There is a little sadness but generally speaking it is a day to be elated," said Daniel Radcliffe. Ralph Fiennes said he was relieved to finally take off Lord Voldemort's heavy robes. "It was an irritating costume to wear—it was too long and sometimes I would trip over," said Fiennes.
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