The Ginny Weasley depicter felt a sense of deja vu when she was brought back to the same location to finish off the final installment of the movie series.
Bonnie Wright felt an overwhelming sense of deja vu when she finished filming the last "Harry Potter" movie - because her final scenes were shot in the same spot where she started the wizard franchise a decade ago. The actress plays Ginny Weasley in the hugely successful fantasy films, and made her first appearance in the movies at London's King's Cross train station in 2001's "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone".
And Wright was hit hard when she was brought back to the same location to finish off the final installment, "Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part II". She tells MTV News, "It wasn't my last scene, but it was one of my last scenes. That's where I started the journey of Harry Potter - on the platform - and... it was very weird."
"It was literally having a whole cycle of the journey."