Fire at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden Set


A fire broke out at Leavesden Studios yesterday, July 10th. The studios, owned by Warner Bros., are where Harry Potter, Fantasitc Beasts, James Bond, Mission Impossible and many other blockbuster films were made, and just around the corner from the Warner Bros Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter.

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Photo credit: Alamy

The fire service spent over 15 hours tackling the fire, after being called out at 23:29 BST on July 10th.

Thankfully, nobody was injured, and the set where the fire started was not being used at the time, however, the fire occurred on a sound stage being used for Avenue 5 – a HBO comedy by Armando Iannucci (The Thick Of It). A spokesperson for Warner Bros. thanked the firefighters for “working tirelessly throughout the night” to put out the blaze.

Houses in the area were alerted to the fire after seeing smoke at the studios, and remarked on the ‘strong smell’ of smoke. The fire was reportedly significant, with flames still being tackled long through the night and 18 crews being sent out by the Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

The fire didn’t reach the Warner Bros Studio Tour — the studio complex is huge, as you might have guessed, spanning 350,00 sq ft of sound stages, and over 100 acres of back lots — so rest assured all the props from the Wizarding World are safe and sound, and anybody booked on will not be deterred by the recent fire!

Regrettably, however, Avenue 5 will likely be set back by the incident, so our thoughts go out to the cast, crew and creatives of the show!

Read more at the BBC.



“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” costumes now on display at WB Studio Tour Hollywood

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If you are a Harry Potter fan planning your spring and/or summer vacation now, you should know that Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood has expanded its Fantastic Beasts display to include new, authentic costumes and props from the second film, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

IMG_1425_newCostumes on display include those worn by Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp),Credence Barebone (Ezra Miller), Jacob Kowalski (Dan Folger), Porpentina “Tina” Goldstein (Katherine Waterson) and more, designed by Academy Award winner Colleen Atwood.  (Read her on-set interview with Leaky here.)

While the Fantastic Beasts exhibit is certainly the most compelling reason to visit, the WBSTH also includes DC Universe: The Exhibit, currently featuring Wonder Woman and Aquaman, with authentic props and costumes from those films also on display.  Through behind-the-scenes tours and exclusive looks at costumes and props used in production, WBSTH provides an intimate look at how Hollywood magic is made.  Both films and TV shows, from the Golden Age of Hollywood to the present, such as Friends, The Big Bang Theory, Batman, Shameless, Casablanca, etc, are featured on the tour.

From now until June 14, 2019, local SoCal residents in zip codes 90000 through 93599 can receive $18 off general admission prices (with the exception of April 13-April 27).

Are you going?  Tweet your photos to us @Leaky.

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FULL Tour of the Gringotts Expansion at Warner Bros Studio Tour London, With Special Guests!

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Yesterday evening, we were lucky enough to be given tickets by Warner Bros Studio Tour London to attend the opening of the Gringotts expansion!

Walking through the entrance to the tour, you’re greeted by some beautiful Potter art, truly representing the levels Warner Bros have gone to to ensure every inch of the tour is delightful for Potter fans:

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After handing in your tickets, you walk into the brand new lobby and can immediately see the GINORMOUS Ukrainian Ironbelly from Deathly Hallows Part One! Seeing the intricacy of this dragon up-close is incredible. No amount of photos will do it justice, but you can see every chain, scratch, tooth, scale and spine on the dragon – it’ll make you wish they were real! It’s such a wonderful new part of the tour.

The lobby is surrounded by photos of the trio, Death Eaters, Hogwarts and other key characters in the Potter series, much like the old lobby:

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At the back of the lobby is the new Chocolate Frog cafe, which is simply magnificent. A huge Marauder’s Map on the wall to the left, a Cafe that actually looks like a chocolate frog box (and has an intricate chocolate fountain, as well as gold bar brownies, Galleon cakes and Chocolate Frog cakes!), a great feature of the Great Hall hanging candles, and even some cauldron art (from Advanced Potion Making)!

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Awe-struck by the new lobby (how on Earth did they hide it?!), we made our way to the stage, where we were hearing from Lucius Malfoy himself, Jason Isaacs, to help open the new addition. Dan Fogler (Jacob Kowalski) and Claudia Kim (Nagini) were also present at the event, along with Wand Choreographer Paul Harris!

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Watch our video of the speeches below:

We didn’t know how much of a shock we were in for, but Jason was absolutely right – we were in for a treat! We stopped for a moment to catch up with Jason, who told us a bit more about The OA (“It’s truly unique”, he said), and he explained that he was loving being a fan himself:

‘What they’ve created is truly unique. You’ve got the magic J.K. Rowling created, but this is just something else. Season 2 is extraordinary, there are no words […] It’s so nice to genuinely be a fan of things I do, too, and I truly am with this!’

He also discussed the dark and real-life horror of ‘Hotel Mumbai’, based on a terrorist attack in India in 2008. We previously reported on his involvement in the independent film, which just launched, and he was keen to express the importance of sharing these events with those who may not have known about the attacks previously. Catch a trailer below:

Then it was time to enter the tour. The entrance has also changed, with quotes from J.K. Rowling, a timeline of the Potter films, and a brand new video from J.K. Rowling, the interactors at the tour, and some fans! We weren’t allowed to take photos in that part, so you’ll have to wait to see for yourselves, but rest assured, it’s a great way to start the experience!

We walked through some of the old favourites – The Great Hall was magical and breathtaking as ever, the Gryffindor Common Room, Dumbledore’s Office, the Potions Classroom, The Burrow, Hagrid’s Hut, the entrance to The Chamber of Secrets and The Leaky Cauldron were as brilliant as we remembered, and The Forbidden Forest impressively terrifying, as always.

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We stopped for treats at the Hogwarts Express and Butterbeer at the backlot cafe before making our way on to Privet Drive, The Knight Bus, Godric’s Hollow, the Magical Creature Department, and on…. to Gringotts Wizarding Bank!

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The Gringotts Wizarding Bank expansion begins by walking you through the hair and make-up, prosthetics and special effects required to create the Gringotts Goblins (including Warwick Davis as Griphook, and some features of him as Flitwick!) as well as the set models used to create Gringotts as it changes throughout the films, from our first sights in Philosopher’s Stone to its destruction in Deathly Hallows! 

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You are then greeted by an immeasurable, incommunicable set. The scale of Gringotts is indescribable. At 16,500sqft, this permanent expansion is the biggest yet by Warner Bros Studio Tour London, and it’s fair to say we were impressed: 56174925_515223785673703_76451092178665472_n

During the movie, the floor was actually made from paper and visual effects helped to create the marbled look — basically everything here is an illusion, and it’s simply magical. The goblins are on display, too, and you can see how much detail went into their creation:

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Not one Galleon was left unturned – every aspect of Gringotts immerses you in the Wizarding World, and it takes a good half an hour to get the full effect!

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Continuing on, you can see the vault carts, the Philosopher’s Stone vault (complete with the Philosopher’s Stone), and one of the Gringotts underground tunnels. The mechanisms on the door actually move – see our video below to see how it works!

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You can see how the Helga Hufflepuff cups were made (MinaLima designed these!), and the Lestrange Vault, before getting to create your own photos in the Lestrange vault, beside the costumes Emma Watson wore to ‘become’ Helena Bonham Carter’s Bellatrix Lestrange in Deathly Hallows Part 1!

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The final part of the Gringotts experience is a showstopper! Step on into a ruined set, with a broken chandelier and a wreckage of desks and pillars, and a smokey atmosphere, before hearing thuds and the clinking of the glass chandelier shaking. In the distance you see a huge creature emerge — none other than the Ukranian Ironbelly which escaped in Deathly Hallows Part One! The dragon gives a tremendous roar, before covering the set in flames. You can easily watch this twenty times and be just as surprised each time you see it – it’s utterly breathtaking!

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Watch a video below:

Finishing the tour with Diagon Alley and, of course, Hogwarts Castle, we emerged confounded at how Warner Bros Studio Tour continue to surprise fans on such an incredible level. Gringotts is proof of both the ingenuity of J.K. Rowling’s creation, and the awe-inspiring work of everybody who worked on the films. It really puts into perspective the scale of the projects undertaken by the unsung heroes of the movies; the construction workers, the artists and designers, the visual and special effect masterminds and other extremely talented creators who helped immerse us in the world we love even more.

See our full tour of the new expansion below, and find out more here.

In the gift shop, we found one more special surprise, as it turns out the Ollivander Chocolate Frog cards being sold at Universal Studios are also now available at the Studio Tour! Get ’em while they last!

We can’t thank Warner Bros enough for inviting us to such a thrilling event, and we hope you enjoyed our full preview! Let us know if you’ll be visiting soon, and which part you’re most excited to visit via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!



A First Look at Gringotts with James & Oliver Phelps & Warwick Davis!

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Gringotts Wizarding Bank opens at Warner Bros Studio Tour London on April 6th, and none other than the Weasley twins, James and Oliver Phelps, and Filius Flitwick / Griphook the goblin himself, Warwick Davis, gave us our first look at the set – and it doesn’t disappoint!

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Pottermore were there for the first look at the set, and interviewed Warwick Davis, as well as creature effects artist Sarita Allison, who discussed the scope of creating goblins with special effects make-up, and shared that her work on the goblins seen in the Potter films wouldn’t have been possible without the immense patience of the actors:

‘We get a lot of praise for our amazing goblin work but we couldn’t do it without actors like Warwick – it’s very precise work and they do sit there for hours.’

Davis also discussed his first experience on set with Daniel Radcliffe – it takes so long to be transformed into a goblin that he was ‘wiped out’ by the time it came to shooting the scene!:

“I remember for the first film when I was wearing this make-up, getting up at 4am, have the make-up applied, be ready for 8, we’d then do some filming, usually with Daniel [Radcliffe] who was a very young boy at that point, but then because they needed to film him and get him into school and things… they’d turn around and do my shots right at the end of the day. Now, by then I was wiped out, I couldn’t remember my lines, I didn’t know what was going on at that point!”

They assure that some top secrets will be revealed in the 16,500 square foot Gringotts set, which uses 210,000 coins, 38,000 pieces of rubberised treasure for the Lestrange vault and 7,014 Hufflepuff Cups!

Sky also interviewed Davis, who discussed his love of the Potter movies:

“I feel I’m very lucky to have managed to be part of these two huge film series. Not a day goes by where I don’t talk about them some way or another.” 

There are downsides to being transformed into a goblin, though – Warwick said that nobody spoke to him whilst he was in costume!

“When I’m filming, I don’t go around the whole day as Griphook, I’m Warwick in between scenes.

“But it’s funny, when you’re in make-up like this, people don’t talk to you. You’re a bit isolated on set.

“The studio will be full of cast and crew, but I’ll be sat down on my chair and no one will talk to me because I look miserable, even though I’m not inside.”

Read more here.

Alongside the opening of Gringotts, Warner Bros Studio Tour will also reveal an all-new 17,000 sqft lobby and café on April 6th, seating up to 500 people to enjoy food and drink inspired by the Wizarding World! Entrance to Gringotts will be included in general admission – get your hands on tickets at the official Warner Bros Studio Tour website.



James Phelps, Oliver Phelps & Warwick Davis Give Exclusive Look of Gringotts Bank Expansion

James Phelps, Oliver Phelps & Warwick Davis Give Exclusive Look of Gringotts Bank Expansion


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In January 2019, Warner Bros Studios Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter announced the home of the famous film sets will be expanding its doors with Gringotts Bank. Harry Potter film series actors Warwick Davis (Professor Flitwick and Griphook) with James and Oliver Phelps (Fred and George Weasley) made a special appearance in front of the press to offer a first look at the new expansion.

The actors showed a preview to the amazing intricate detail that went into the tour’s latest addition. Davis and the Phelps brothers joined Gringotts’ Goblins in the bank’s entranceway and dived deep into the caverns of Gringotts to Lestrange’s vault.

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From Harry Potter first discovering Diagon Alley to the famous trio escaping on a Ukrainian Ironbelly dragon in their quest for a Horcrux, Gringotts Wizarding Bank played an important role in the Harry Potter film series. On 6th April, we will unveil a permanent addition allowing visitors to walk through the wizarding bank of Gringotts, the Lestrange vault, a gallery of goblins and so much more.

Lined by towering marble pillars, the grand banking hall will be decorated with three magnificent crystal chandeliers and finished with real brass leaf. Inkwells, quills, ledgers and piles of Galleons, Sickles and Knuts will complete the goblin tellers’ desks as seen on screen. The Prop-making Department, led by Pierre Bohanna, created over 210,000 coins for the final two films alone.

Gringotts Wizarding Bank is famously run by goblins. Walking through the imposing marble columns, visitors will discover the costumes and prosthetics belonging to Bogrod, Griphook and many other goblin bankers. Each prosthetic mask took weeks to create, with every hair individually inserted and veins painstakingly painted by hand. It took four hours to transform actor Warwick Davis into Griphook in the films which included him wearing black contact lenses and dentures with extremely sharp teeth to complete the goblin look.

16px;”>Once through the banking hall of Gringotts, visitors will enter the depths of the Lestrange Vault used to store the treasures of Bellatrix Lestrange including the Sword of Gryffindor and Helga Hufflepuff’s Cup, one of Voldemort’s many Horcruxes. During filming 38,000 pieces of rubberised treasure were created for the Lestrange vault including 7,014 Hufflepuff Cups. Here, visitors can try out a unique photo opportunity allowing them to step inside the Lestrange vault and surround themselves with treasure.

The trio also posted on their own official social media accounts, and were featured on Pottermore and WBStudiosTourLondon Instagram stories and Twitter timelines.


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To date, this is the biggest addition made to the tour with Gringotts Bank spanning 16,500 square feet, and was designed by many of the original crew members from the Harry Potter films including Production Designer Stuart Craig, Construction Manager Paul Hayes, and Head Propmaker Pierre Bohanna. The Gringotts Wizarding Bank expansion will officially open on Saturday, April 6th. Make sure you have your wand and key ready for inspection!

Plan your magical visit and check out all the latest information at Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter official website.



Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Hallmark, Hogwarts Mystery & Universal Orlando!

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Looking for last-minute Valentine’s Day inspiration? Hallmark and Universal Orlando have got you covered, and even Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery are celebrating the occasion this year!

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Hallmark launched Harry Potter Valentine’s Day cards for 2019, available in Hallmark stores and
The cards are available now in Hallmark stores and online, as well as Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and some Kroger locations. Warner Bros provided us some for review, and they’re beautiful, and brilliant quality:

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Greetings cards are known for their cheesy one-liners, but these are pretty impressive! The detail on each card is wonderful, and they’re definitely cards to be treasured.

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Let us know which of these is your favorite, and if you’re planning on getting a Harry Potter card for your beloved this Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s Treats at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

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The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort boasts plenty of great gifts for Potter fans, and on Valentine’s Day there are some brilliant options for gifts for those with a sweet tooth. Candy is a traditional gift to give to a loved one on Valentine’s, so why not gift some Sugar Quills, a Chocolate Frog, a Butterbeer or Pumpkin Juice, or even a Love Potion! We’re not sure how Puking Pastilles or U-No-Poo will go down as a Valentine’s treat, but accompanied by some Fizzing Whizbees they might just do the trick. A visit to Honeydukes will give you plenty of inspiration for last-minute gifts!

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Let us know if you’ll be celebrating Valentine’s Day at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and what your candy of choice is when visiting Honeydukes.

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If you’re not lucky enough to be at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter this week, take a look at the merchandise on offer online here.

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery Launches Special Celestial Event Competition 

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Mobile game app Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery by Jam City and Portkey Games recently launched a new side-quest in time for Valentine’s Day – the Celestial Ball! The social event is a special adventure for fourth-year players and above, who can help with planning and preparation, take part in various social choices and ensure the success of the Ball at Hogwarts, helping classmates with their aspirations. Penny the Hufflepuff continues to aim high with her popularity, hoping to hear the Decorating Committee, whilst Merula and Ismelda plan to sabotage. Much like Harry Potter fans going to their first Wrock concert, Rowan requires a little coaxing before getting to enjoy the Ball. There are plenty of other classmates to mingle with before the event, and after choosing which friend to take to the Ball, with the help of fashionista Ravenclaw, Andre, players must choose their outfit for the ball from a selection of looks.

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Let us know if you’ve been keeping up with Hogwarts Mystery, and who you’ll be taking to the Celestial Ball!

There’s Harry Potter events and merchandise for every occasion out there, it seems, so let us know if you’ll be celebrating the wizarding way this Valentine’s Day, or if you’re lucky enough to be attending Warner Bros Studio Tour London’s exclusive Valentine’s Day Dinner. Take care with those love potions!



Warner Bros Studio Tour London Expanding With Gringotts Bank

Warner Bros Studio Tour London Expanding With Gringotts Bank


The wizarding world keeps getting bigger every day. By wizarding world, I mean the legendary Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is added a major new addition to the ultimate experience for Potterheads.

Since 2012, the Warner Bros Studio Tour has been the interactive home for fans, inviting Hogwarts students to walk the grounds from Privet Drive to Hogwarts and the Forbidden Forest and see thousands of costumes and props up close and personal.

From learning about wizarding money before his first year at Hogwarts to the golden trio escaping on a Ukrainian Ironbelly dragon after confiscating one of Voldemort’s horcruxes, Gringotts Bank has been one of many influential landmarks within the Harry Potter series. This Spring, fans can unlock the magic with an immersive tour of Gringotts Bank.

Here is a full description of the exciting new experience:

Lined by towering marble pillars, the grand banking hall will be decorated with three magnificent crystal chandeliers and finished with real brass leaf. Inkwells, quills, ledgers and piles of Galleons, Sickles and Knuts will complete the goblin tellers’ desks as seen on screen. The Prop-making Department, led by Pierre Bohanna, created over 210,000 coins for the final two films alone.

Gringotts Wizarding Bank is famously run by goblins. Walking through the imposing marble columns, visitors will discover the costumes and prosthetics belonging to Bogrod, Griphook and many other goblin bankers. Each prosthetic mask took weeks to create, with every hair individually inserted and veins painstakingly painted by hand. It took four hours to transform actor Warwick Davis into Griphook in the films which included him wearing black contact lenses and dentures with extremely sharp teeth to complete the goblin look.

Once through the banking hall of Gringotts, visitors will enter the depths of the Lestrange Vault used to store the treasures of Bellatrix Lestrange including the Sword of Gryffindor and Helga Hufflepuff’s Cup, one of Voldemort’s many Horcruxes. During filming 38,000 pieces of rubberised treasure were created the for the Lestrange vault including 7,014 Hufflepuff Cups. Here, visitors can try out a unique photo opportunity allowing them to step inside the Lestrange vault and surround themselves with treasure.

Fans can now book tickets in advance as well as enter to attend the opening ceremony. Check out the official website here for more details.

Gringotts Expansion Coming to Warner Bros Studio Tour London!

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Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter have been teasing at a new reveal on social media for the past week, and just revealed that the newest addition is a permanent Gringotts Wizarding Bank expansion!

Fans had been busy plotting away: could it be a Chamber of Secrets experience? An escape room? A ride? The reveal only came after a set of riddles, of course, and the answers come together to reveal ‘Key’ ‘Please’ (a subtle giveaway), ‘April’ and ‘Enter’. Now, Warner Bros Studio Tour London have officially confirmed that guests will be able to enter the set of Gringotts Wizarding Bank from April 6th 2019!

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The 16,500sqft permanent expansion is the tour’s biggest addition to date, and will offer visitors the chance to walk into the Lestrange vault, see a gallery of goblins, and more. Universal Orlando’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter give a similar experience whilst walking through the waiting line for Harry Potter and the Escape From Gringotts, but this new expansion at Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter will immerse visitors like never before in the vast set, designed and built by many of the original crew members who worked on Harry Potter, including Production Designer Stuart Craig, Construction Manager Paul Hayes and Head Propmaker Pierre Bohanna.

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Warner Bros Studio Tour London summarize the experience as follows:

“Lined by towering marble pillars, the grand banking hall will be decorated with three magnificent crystal chandeliers and finished with real brass leaf. Inkwells, quills, ledgers and piles of Galleons, Sickles and Knuts will complete the goblin tellers’ desks as seen on screen. The Prop-making Department, led by Pierre Bohanna, created over 210,000 coins for the final two films alone.

Gringotts Wizarding Bank is famously run by goblins. Walking through the imposing marble columns, visitors will discover the costumes and prosthetics belonging to Bogrod, Griphook and many other goblin bankers. Each prosthetic mask took weeks to create, with every hair individually inserted and veins painstakingly painted by hand. It took four hours to transform actor Warwick Davis into Griphook in the films which included him wearing black contact lenses and dentures with extremely sharp teeth to complete the goblin look.

Once through the banking hall of Gringotts, visitors will enter the depths of the Lestrange vault used to store the treasures of Bellatrix Lestrange including the Sword of Gryffindor and Helga Hufflepuff’s Cup, one of Voldemort’s many Horcruxes. During filming 38,000 pieces of rubberised treasure were created the for the Lestrange vault including 7,014 Hufflepuff Cups. Here, visitors can try out a unique photo opportunity allowing them to step inside the Lestrange vault and surround themselves with treasure.”

The tour will also unveil an all-new 17,000 sqft lobby and café on April 6th, seating up to 500 people to enjoy food and drink inspired by the Wizarding World.

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Entrance to Gringotts will be included in general admission – get your hands on tickets at the official Warner Bros Studio Tour website!