'Harry Potter' Cast Sums Up Their Experience In One Word, Plus Two New 'Deathly Hallows' Posters

As the "Harry Potter" finale continues on towards the "Deathly Hallows" conclusion this summer, we've seen more and more cast and crew members come out of the woodwork to say goodbye to the much adored wizarding world.

Today, Empire continues its "Harry Potter" farewell tour with an interview that features Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and more summarizing their experience with the magical franchise in a single word. See what they had to say in the video above, then click past the jump for some more "Potter" goodness!

For some more detailed goodbyes, the Weasley twins themselves — Oliver Phelps (George) and James Phelps (Fred) — spoke at length with Empire about their experiences with the "Potter" franchise.

"It's one of those things where, because we're so close to it, we don't really appreciate how big it is," said James. "For what it is, we're very proud. I wouldn't say that any of us, if we're in the pub and we hear someone talking about Harry Potter, we'll be like, 'I was in that!' But then, lots of our friends are like that! We're very proud of what we've done."

Additionally, some new character posters for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" have appeared online, featuring Rupert Grint as the heroic Ron Weasley and Matthew Lewis as the increasingly empowered Neville Longbottom… and gee, what's that sword he's holding? Spoilers, anyone?

Check both posters out below.

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