CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Even if you're not a Harry Potter fan, you've heard about him. The boy wizard has taken the world by storm through all of J.K. Rowling's books and the movies made from them.
The final movie, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2," comes out Friday. In it, Harry, Ron and Hermione search for Voldemort's final horcruxes, leading them to Hogwart's and the ultimate fight between good and evil wizards.
Many people can't wait for it to come out. Brianna Skaff, a freshman at Capital High School, is one of them. Although she prefers the books, Skaff has seen all the movies and will go to the midnight showing of this one.
"It takes you away from our world," she said of the series, "and it's like the characters are our friends. We relate to them."
Her sister, Paulina, got her interested in "Harry Potter," and it didn't take long for Skaff to get hooked.
"The second one made me obsessed," she said.
Skaff owns all the books, of course, which she said she has read over and over again. She also has other "Harry Potter" items: a wand, a time turner and "too many" posters. She said if she could be a "Harry Potter" character, she would want to be Hermione.
Fellow Capital High freshman Emily Clifford also is a "Harry Potter" fanatic. She is going to the midnight showing, too.
Clifford shares her love of "Harry Potter" with her father.