Harry Potter - Has been for a decade, why stop now?
This photo taken late on August 3, 2011 shows diehard fan Saul Diaz from Beijing posing for the camera as he arrives before a midnight screening of the latest and final Harry Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2," in Beijing. China's legion Harry Potter fans finally got to see the final chapter of the film franchise on August 4, when a 90-minute epic about the history of the Communist Party gives way to the boy wizard. The mainland is by far the world's fastest growing film market, with box office takings up 64 percent last year, as the country's burgeoning consumer class takes to the movies. However, its film industry is protected by a system that only allows around 20 foreign movies to be screened a year, allowing homegrown directors to create Hollywood-style blockbusters without the threat of major competition. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)