Bonnie Wright bravely gets in the side car of a motorcycle with Rupert Grint and Tom Felton as they attend the Grand Opening of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter on Saturday afternoon (March 31) in Watford, England.
Joined by Alfie Enoch, Evanna Lynch, David Thewlis and all the directors of the films, the cast led fans inside the much-anticipated studio tour.
Inside the studios, you’ll have the chance to go behind-the-scenes and see many things the camera never showed — from detailed sets to stunning costumes, and props and animatronics.
Some fans and the cast and crew got a look inside the studio tour before it officially opens this Saturday, March 31st.
Joining Evanna, Rupert and Tom at the grand opening will be some of the cast including Bonnie Wright, Warwick Davis, David Thewlis, David Heyman (producer), David Barron (producer), David Yates (director), Alfonso Cuaron (director) and Mike Newell (director).
Tom tweeted after seeing the place for the first time, “Just experienced the @WB_StudioTour for the first time….UNREAL! you will not be disappointed I assure you. It’s spectacular! x”
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Production designer Stuart Craig leads ABC News on a first look inside Leavesden Studios, where the museum is at. He shows off the Great Hall, the model Hogwarts (which was used for just about everything) and Gryffindor common room.
Opening March 31st, the studio tour features all the original sets, stunning costumes, props and animatronics. Check it out below!
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II has also been long-listed for quite a few honors at the 2012 BAFTAs (Supporting Actor, Outstanding British Film, Costume Design, Special Visual Effects, Original Music, Sound, Make Up & Hair, Cinematography, Production Design, Adapted Screenplay, and Editing) plus a and Visual Effects Oscar.
The entire film series is being honored with a special AFI Award next month in Los Angeles.
The AFI Awards are the only national recognition that honors the communityâ€™s creative ensembles as a whole, acknowledging the collaborative nature of the art form. The special awards are given to
outstanding achievements in the moving image that do not match AFIâ€™s standard criteria.
The new unit will provide care for 16-to 24-year-olds with cancer from across the West Midlands and includes twelve inpatient beds and will provide a home from home for many young people and their families.
A “home away from home,” the unit also features a kitchen, quiet room, education room and an activities area.
“Honoured to of just opened the new @TeenageCancer unit at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. Such an amazing place with amazing ppl,” James tweeted at the dedication.
James and Oliver, 25, just returned from Los Angeles, where they toasted to a new Wizarding World of Harry Potter opening at Universal City Hollywood soon.