"Harry Potter" trio Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint took what might be their final walk down the red carpet together on Monday at New York's Lincoln Center. The three -- along with hundreds of fans -- celebrated the premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part II," which hits theaters Friday.
"It's been the most amazing roller coaster ride," said Watson, who donned a dress from Bottega Veneta's Fall 2011 collection, platform peep-toe shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti, and jewels by Lorraine Schwartz for the occasion. Just in case her emotions got to be too much, Emma, 21, also wore waterproof mascara, which she didn't need, according to People.
Check out what Watson had to say:
Emma's leading man, Daniel Radcliffe, suited up and raved about the scene where his character, Harry, meets his mentor, Dumbeldore, for the last time. "There's something very poignant and unusual about it," Radcliffe, 21, told USA Today. He added that he felt it was "bizarre" to be saying goodbye to something he started a decade ago. "I don't think we ever thought this day would come," he said.
However, Rupert Grint, 22, sounded like he was ready to leave his character, Ron Weasley, behind. Grint called it "really refreshing" to take on a new project in the upcoming World War II movie, "Comrade." "It helped me kind of move on," he said.
In case you haven't seen it, watch the trailer for the final "Harry Potter" film: