Category: Studio Tour
Has it really been fifteen years since The Boy Who Lived first appeared on-screen? It feels like Harry, Ron and Hermione have always been there for us, and now, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is offering fans of the film franchise an opportunity to retrace the trio’s footsteps on their journey to find the Philosopher’s Stone.
On May 27, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour will open the door to number four, Privet Drive for the very first time – and MuggleNet got a sneak preview!
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour will be opening the set of number four, Privet Drive for a brief period, and now they are offering a chance for you and three friends to be the first visitors to see it!
As previously reported, for one week only (May 27-June 6), Studio Tour visitors will have the rare opportunity to walk through the front door of Number Four, Privet Drive and look into the Dursleys’ front room. There they will find hundreds of Harry’s Hogwarts letters, created by MinaLima, suspended in the air as though they’ve flown through the fireplace as they famously did in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is hosting a new event, “Half-Giant Hagrid,” for the Easter holidays. From March 25 to April 17, 2016, visiting fans will be able to discover secrets about how Hogwarts’s famous gamekeeper came to life on screen.
This week, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is hosting a brand new event for the Easter holidays. Starting on Friday, March 25, the event, which is called Half-Giant Hagrid, focuses on the creation of Hagrid, as well as the goblins in the films.
Have you ever wanted to discover how the production team behind the “Harry Potter” films brought Hagrid to life on screen? This Easter, Warner Bros. Studio Tour reveals the colossal efforts taken by producers, costume designers, and the special effects teams to create Hogwarts’s famous groundskeeper.