Emma Watson is looking forward to a more "normal" existence now the "hard and pressurised" filming of Harry Potter is over.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II, released this month (Jul11), marks the end of the decade-long wizard franchise.
The stars, including Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, were out in force at the London premiere on Thursday night (07Jul11) and some headed to the official afterparty following the screening.
Watson was snapped dancing with pals, and she told Britain's People newspaper, "I'm looking forward to just being a normal young woman again."
The stars adds, "It has been quite hard and pressured making the Harry Potter films. I'm so happy to be out having fun with my friends. It will be nice to take a break and step back a bit. It'll be the first time I'll be able to look back and properly enjoy the success we've all had. Its been incredible.
"Its just nice to come out, have a dance, have a drink and just let my hair down. We're having a really good time and the disco's really fun. They're playing some classic tunes tonight."
But Watson admits she'll miss some elements of working on the movies: "Although I'm having a lot of fun tonight, every now and again I feel really sad because this is it, this is the end. I can't believe this is actually the final Harry Potter wrap party.
"I've got so many happy memories making these films that obviously this is going to be sad. But I don't want to be sad. I want to enjoy this time with my friends and all the people here who made the last 10 years so special. I'm going to miss everyone so much. Rupert and Dan are such lovely guys and very funny. I know we'll be meeting up soon, we're like a little family when we're together."