FROM MTV.COM: Perhaps the two biggest questions surrounding "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the two-part finale of J.K. Rowling's book series, are how filmmakers will handle the author's flash-forward postscript and what in the world Potter-philes will do when there are no more novels or films to look forward to.
The answer to that second question remains to be seen. But what will director David Yates do about the ending? Following the epic Harry vs. Voldemort smackdown, Rowling jumped ahead almost two decades to catch up with her characters in the future. For the big-screen adaptation, does that mean older actors will portray Harry and the rest of the grown-up students? Or that the young stars will be aged through makeup effects or CGI technology?