If you've been following our "Harry Potter" coverage over the past few months, you might have noticed our sadness over the franchise's looming conclusion. And we're not the only ones who are bummed out.
There's no doubt that this series is a big part of a lot of peoples' lives, from we the fans to those who worked on the films to, most especially, the saga's stars. E! Online got their hands on an early look at the upcoming "Deathly Hallows" DVD, which features an interview with "Potter" star Rupert Grint about what he'll miss the most when the series is officially over.
His answer, simply? "Everything, I suppose."
When asked to elaborate, Grint said, "The people, mainly, I think. It's been a crew of nine that I've kind of grown up with. But just the whole routine, really. Just going every day into the same place, seeing the same people, and not having that, it's going to take a while to adjust to."
We imagine that it must be hard for him to let go of the film series, but Grint did say it wouldn't be too hard to continue on in his life without being Ron Weasley.
"Whenever I read the books now, I don't see myself as Ron," he insists. "It's weird... everyone else has been replaced in my imagination, except for me."
It does seem like it would be a good thing for the stars of "Potter" to be able to separate themselves from the flicks that made them into megastars, but we'll always have a special place in our hearts for them as the heroes of "Harry Potter."