Harry Potter may now be a thing of the past, but that doesn't mean its impact or its stars are out of our lives for good.

A new documentary titled When Harry Left Hogwarts, appearing on the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 DVD, takes an intimate look back at the making of the final chapter and shows us more of why we all loved Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in their iconic roles.

And what can you expect to see? Read on...

Documentary filmmaker Morgan Matthew had unprecedented access behind the scenes of the last two films and his candid interviews with the stars reveal a very humble sense of anxiety as they approached their roles.

"What if Harry is just a role I was very, very suited to?" Radcliffe wonders when pondering his acting career beyond the franchise. "And then when I'm off in the real world, what if I can't do it? That's terrifying."

Even Watson revealed she wasn't immune to her own sense of insecurity: "I feel like people are just waiting for me to screw up!"

Being a little too hard on themselves? We definitely think so.

Check out the trailer for more from the cast, crew and one sweet little goblin who knows he can be the next Voldemort when he grows up.

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