Rupert Grint says ‘Harry Potter’ series end was ‘quite anticlimactic’

Melbourne: ‘Harry Potter’ actor Rupert Grint believes that the end of JK Rowling’s famous wizard series turned out to be quite an anticlimax.

The actor, who has played the role of Potter’s best friend Ron Weasley through all the eight episodes of the movie, found the last scene of ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II’ ‘weird’ because the use of computer-generated imagery (CGI) had made it seem insignificant.

“It was so weird that the last scene was so random, a green-screen shot of us jumping through a fireplace. That was it,” a newspaper quoted him as telling a magazine.

“It felt like all those years had ended with that. It was quite anticlimactic but a nice day,” he said.


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