For some, it was TMI -- for others, too little. J.K. Rowling's epilogue to the "Deathly Hallows" may have actually caused more debate than the rest of the book, simply for the who-ended-up-with-whom element, some of which we knew and saw coming, and others, like Draco gets married?! And spawns?! that we still can't get behind. But for Luna Lovegood and Cho Chang, or at least, the actresses who play them, they're quite happy with their happily-ever-afters -- even if Jo didn't see fit to give us all the details in the actual book itself.
"We do know what happens with Luna," Evanna Lynch said when we caught up with her at the "Golden Compass" premiere in London. "She marries Rolf Scamander, the grandson of Newt Scamander [author of 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'] and becomes a famous naturalist. I can't do better than that."
"I'm hoping Cho is like Luna, and happily married with kids," Katie Leung said, "and finally over Cedric and Harry. I want her to be happy."
Lynch said she felt "stoned" when she finished reading "Deathly Hallows" -- one, because it was over and two, because while most of her theories proved to be "rubbish," she turned out to be right about Snape. Now that we know what his true motivations are, she's disappointed that the moment foreshadowing his relationship with Lily (otherwise known as "Snape's Worst Memory") wasn't included in "Order of the Phoenix" -- either the movie itself or the deleted scenes on the DVD, out Tuesday.
"I thought that was a real pity," she said. "But it gave so much away. It has to be Seven now. We have to give him what he deserves."