I went to the Warner Studios in Watford, England on Sunday. If you missed the first part of photos, you can take a look on them here and this is how visit continued at the part of the studio where you can take an insight of the actual plans and hard work behind the cameras:
The dementors did not suck the spirits out of people fortunately.
These should be the Dursley family but the Petunia`s figure is in aposition that makes her look like someone who got tortured in the middle ages.
Poor little dead Dobby :(
O wait, I can see the Thestral. Does that mean I have seen death before?
Baby Voldemort creature is creepier than the adult.
Mandrake root. It wasn`t sceaming when I was there so I`ve survived this time, haha.
That`s all left of the Basilisk.
The huge Gringotts Bank that looks small outside.
The following photos were taken on my phone because I forgot to check the batteries on my camera and of course they ran out (phone was also running out by the end of the day. Sometimes I really should pet myself on shoulder for surviving in this world, lol). Also this is my favourite part of the whole...the Diagon Alley. Why can`t we have something like this in real life instead of ugly shopping malls?
I was so impressed about the all the plans they made before starting filming the movie. These could be the proper designs is someone would like to build a real life town based on the HP movies.
There were some amazing paintings as well. I could imagine them in my home.
This huge scale-modell of the castle is amazing!
The final room of the attraction contains a design that imitates the wand-shop and on the boxes, you can find the names of the people who helped to create the movies.
I was able to find these people`s names.
Now, let`s have some gift shop fun. Me and my friends shouldn`t be allowed in there. It was a kids-at-the-toy-shop situation :D
I pretend, this is my invitation from Hogwarts. Totally acceptable.
Rotten egg flavour, anyone?
Owl attack. That really means my letter has arrived after 10+ years of waiting :D
The robe needs to be in my life. I decided with my friends, we`ll come back here and buy one to each of us so we can sit at home in it and watch the movies. It`s also a good Halloween costume idea.
These were the cool things I`ve seen at the studio. The experience would be better if the entire place was real and you could walk through the hallways of the castle, take a hike at the Forbidden Forest and most importantly to get to scence via Hogwarts Express from the King`s Cross platform. Basically to have a more interactive visit instead of simply walking through the studio. Someone please, build this!