Harry, Ron and Hermione in Deathly Hallows Part II
This is it, folks. Those posters that say "It all ends" aren't lying. With 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,' the most successful film franchise in movie history is coming to its epic conclusion, and all we can do is brace ourselves for one final battle and wax nostalgic for the seven books and eight movies that made us all believe in magic. Before we take that last trip to Hogwarts, here are some numbers that will make you sound like a bona fide Potterhead while waiting in line at your midnight screening:

0: Academy Awards the series has won

1: Boy Who Lived

3: best friends, Unforgivable curses, Deathly Hallows

4: directors who helmed the movies: Chris Columbus, Alfonso Cuarón, Mike Newell and David Yates, who made the final four

5: Gryffindor boys in Harry's class: Ron, Dean, Neville and Seamus
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7: books, horcruxes, players on Quidditch team, years at Hogwarts, Weasley children

9 ¾: the King's Cross platform on which magical students board the train to Hogwarts

19: years that pass between the last scene and the epilogue

19.6: hours it takes to watch all eight films back-to-back

95: percent "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes

160: pairs of glasses Daniel Radcliffe has worn (and worn out) playing Harry Potter

500: wands created for the final film

Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter

3,000 & up: midnight screenings of 'Deathly Hallows, Part 2' already sold out

3,966: pages readers had to wait for Ron and Hermione to kiss

$4,000: amount of J.K. Rowling's first book advance for 'Sorcerer's Stone'

5,784: times the name Ron appears in all the books, second only to Harry

210,000: coins made for the Gringotts scene

527,414: Harry Potter–themed fan-fiction pieces currently published at FanFiction.net

8.3 million: copies of 'Deathly Hallows' books sold its first day of release, July 21, 2007

$158.5 million: amount it must make this weekend to beat the 'The Dark Knight,' which currently holds the record for biggest three-day opening

$450 million: total sales volume of the Harry Potter series

$909,996,615: average worldwide gross of the first seven movies

$6,369,976,303: amount the movie franchise has grossed worldwide

5/2/1998: the date of the Battle of Hogwarts

7/15/11: the date when fans everywhere say a tearful goodbye to the big-screen adventures of the Chosen One and his friends