Let me show you the Warner Bros Tour London- The Making of Harry Porter!
Gosh… By just typing it out to tell you how it went, excites me! Yes, it was really that AMAZING!
I went there to see behind-the-scenes and experienced the magic that has gone into creating the most successful movie series of all time. The studio just recently open last year 2012 in March 31st. You have to pre-book the tickets in advance by selecting the tour times via www.wbstudiotour.co.uk or through approved operators. This place was quite far away from the city. It took me about an hour by train and few minutes from the train station to the studio by bus that the Warner Bros provided.
Let’s get started!
These are the real costumes that they wear on set…
Which team are you in?
That was the 1st phase of the tour… As we enter there were a lot more stuff that made me awed. The tour could take up to 3 hours.
At the wardrobe set, I see many sentimental stuff. Like heart shape note or sticky notes… I can feel the fun they had on set while working together for months. Even for me, a one week shoot for a mini series (Khabar Cinta), we all bonded so well, so close, we were like a family.
I’m amazed on how the movie was made… the whole production team! It took them months to build the set and they were so precised on everything!!! WOW!
I love all their special effect props! Like the moving stirrer in the potion pot!
The animals that was in the movie was all trained…. Aiyo.. so cute laaaaa……
That was the 1st half. Then we walked out for F&B. It was freezing cold outside!
Erm… I can’t remember what this was >.<
Here comes the other half of the studio. This part are all the creatures, monsters and masks.
Finally, the enormous Hogwart’s school model that can be viewed from two floors.
Before the tour ended at the Harry Porter shop, I walked through the wand shop….
I didn’t get to buy chocolate frog or Harry Porter wand or the cape coz they was SO MANY KIDS queuing and buying like the whole entire shop. LOL.
Nonetheless, it was AWESOME! I love behind the scenes! I was totally intrigued by the whole entire production!