The foreboding billboards "It All Ends 7.15" might've been better predicting Jennifer Lopez's marriage than the end of the Harry Potter franchise.
With the franchise now at $2 billion, it seems likely they'll find some way to make another movie.
The eighth "Harry Potter" movie took in $92.1 million in North America on Friday and went on to earn a weekend total of $168.5 million, according to studio estimates. The new "Potter" film's box-office gross topped those of previous record holders like "The Dark Knight" and "Spider-Man 3," although it trailed them in attendance. "Deathly Hallows Part 2" ranked sixth overall when it comes to number of tickets sold.
And with the city of Los Angeles on lockdown this weekend, who knows how many tickets they really would've sold.