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Harry Potter was one saga that i grew up with, watching the movies and all of that ( i didn`t read all the books though). The movies started back in 2000 i believe and turn out to be an iconic movie series, and a very lucrative one.
The story has ended and so has the last movie, leaving fans very sad but Harry Potter and its magical world hasn`t left us and Warner Brother Studios decided to let the fans experience a bit of that.
What you see in the picture are the photos of the HP movie set, where you can see Hogwarts and the streets where a lot of story also happened.
The Hogwarts castle is just a scale model and used to do some of the exterior shots that had a lot of cgi work, but its still fun to see and visit. It was made by a designer and it will also be on display for fans to see.
The display called "The Making Of Harry Potter" will be on the Leavesden Studios/Warner Brothers Studios in London,UK and will let fans have a better idea of how the movie was made.
I was a big fan of the movies and i was always curious at how they did some of the stuff that you see in the movies, but i have always assumed that its mostly CGI but i guess they do have models that then they change in the computer.
Anyway, i would really like to visit this.
<strong>Would you visit the studios to see how HP was filmed?
Were a fan of the movies? </strong>
(pictures from the source)