As a result of new government guidelines relating to COVID-19, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter has announced that it will temporarily close its doors.[Read more…]
I’ve always loved the kind of attraction that mixed my love of theme park rides with live entertainment. I’m talking about the sorts of rides that have live performers on the attraction, guiding the story. These performers can often make or break your ride experience, but I feel they’re often overlooked and under-appreciated. Let’s take a look at some of my favorite on-board ride performer roles.[Read more…]
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is preparing to reopen to visitors with reduced capacity, social distancing, and enhanced cleaning protocols later this month.[Read more…]
In 1878, the world would be introduced to the first moving picture, “The Horse in Motion” — a sequence of a man riding on a galloping horse on a racetrack. From there, the medium would evolve to showcase stories encompassing explorers venturing into a dangerous theme park of prehistoric creatures to super-heroes defeating inter-galactic threats.[Read more…]
Next year is already shaping up to be a magical one at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter, with a year’s worth of exciting events.
Harry Potter fans can experience Christmas in the Wizarding World and learn how filmmakers created ice, fire, and snow that never melts during “Hogwarts in the Snow” at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.