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The final battle scenes from the last 'Harry Potter' film are intercepted with some dramatic sequence as well as the cast and crew's commentaries in the preview video.
While any details on the sneak peek are yet to be disclosed, ABC Family is set to kick off the 'Harry Potter' marathon this coming Thursday, March 17 with 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone'.
The firefighters spent nearly an hour to put out the fire on Thursday, March 10 at Leavesden Film Studios in Hertfordshire, England.
In spring next year, fans can see Dumbledore's office and Hogwarts' Great Hall in Leavesden studio in London.
The Warner Bros. chairmen have paid half a million dollars to release Radcliffe from his appearance in a Broadway play due to the promotion of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II'.
The movie's bosses have persuaded London's mayor Boris Johnson to allow them to hold a red carpet event at London's iconic venue.
The film series would receive Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema trophy among others at the ceremony held later this month.
While Harry and Hermione show a bit of worry in their expressions, Ron seemingly is not bothered at all with the bright light from up above.
According to the film's art director, the location where Snape dies is changed to give a more dramatic atmosphere.
A very short promo video shows scenes featuring Chris Evans' Steve Rogers in one of Captain America costumes.
Comics about beloved superhero Captain America as well as a story uniting cowboys and aliens are some works turned into big screen versions that their fans and moviegoers must have been expecting for.
The reshoot involving Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint started just before Christmas in Leavesden studios.