British author J.K. Rowling has revealed that the seventh film of the Harry Potter series is her favourite.
According to a foreign news agency, Rowling, 45, revealed her feelings about the Potter series coming to an end at the world premiere of ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1’ at Leicester Square in London.
“This is my favourite film of the lot. So it’s a very exciting evening but I’m looking forward to seeing it again, I’ve only seen it once finished,” Stuff.co.nz quoted her as saying.
Rowling further revealed that she had been given more time than the cast of the movie to come to terms with the finality of the Potter series, as she had finished writing the books long before filming.
“I feel like I’m further ahead in the grieving process. I feel like I’m the one who will be counselling them when it’s all over because, I think, obviously there was a lag,” she said.
“I already went through my bereavement with the books so for me this is a lot of fun. I think, for them, it’s getting a lot more poignant,” she stated.
She went on to say that she thinks she is done with the Potter series, but is not certain if his adventures have come to an end.
“I think it’s over but I’ve always said ‘never say never’ because I don’t know. Every time in my life I have said: ‘I will never do X’ you can guarantee I will do it within a year,” she said.
“So I’ve learned I’m not just going to say it’s over, it’s over, it’s over completely. I don’t know,” she added.