TULSA, Oklahoma -- Harry Potter has cast a spell on Oklahoma and the rest of America.
The final installment in the series opens Friday and hundreds of fans lined up in Tulsa to make sure they got a good seat for the midnight showing.
Some stood in line for hours.
"Man, we been reading these books since was ten years old. Harry Potter has been my since I was a young-un," Chris said.
"I'm just here to watch a movie," his buddy Slate said.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two" could make box office magic. Some are predicting it will break the opening weekend record of $158 million set by the "The Dark Knight" back in 2008.