Thursday Jul 14 2011 comments Waiting for Harry Potter By: Press Tribune Photography by Philip Wood -A +A Buy This Photo Now Ariel Schoonover, 21, left, and her brother Jacob, 16, both of Lincoln, dress as Bellatrix Lestrange and Jacob as a Dementor. Spencer Morrison, 19, of Folsom gives the thumbs up as walks into the line at the Century Theatre to see the final film in the Harry Potter series. Though he hasn?t read the last book yet, he says he has his theories as to how it will all end, and he wants to see if he?s right. Brian Wilber, left, and Connie Kenton, of Roseville, sit in the long lobby line at the Century Theatre about five hours before the final Harry Potter premiers. Both 21 now, they?ve followed Harry Potter since they were 11. Erin Gurley, left, and her husband, David, both from Rocklin, talk in the lobby about Harry Potter while waiting for the midnight showing at the Century Theatre. Both 22 have been following the adventures of Harry Potter since they were 12. Melissa Lamb, 18, of Roseville, walks to line up in her Hogwarts uniform to see the final film in the Harry Potter saga at the Century Theatre in Roseville. Jovita Engwer, 18, of Roseville, wears her Harry Potter glasses to the opening day of the final film in the series. Engwer has been following Harry and his friends since she was 8 years old. Chris Streeter, 18, left, Austin Diemer, 18, and Carson Witter, 17, sit in lawn chairs and play cards in the lobby of the Century Theatre as they wait in about four and half hours before the final Harry Potter film is shown. Eager film goers lined the walls of the Century Theatre in Roseville to see the 12:01 showing of the final Harry Potter film. Brian Wilber, left, and Connie Kenton, of Roseville, look as picture they snapped of themselves waiting to see the final Harry Potter film in their character dress at the Roseville Century Theatre. Erin Gurley, left, and her husband David wave their magic wands while waiting for the final Harry Potter film to show at the Century Theatre in Roseville. Lauren Larocco, left, of Sacramento, and Perneet Powar, of Granite Bay, wait together in the hall at the Century Theatre in Roseville to see the final Harry Potter film. They pair arrived at the theatre at about 5:30 p.m. to see the 12:01 a.m. show. John Gildea walks through the lobby of the Century Theatre as the Whomping Willow from the Harry Potter series.