As Harry Potter's fans are anxiously waiting for the release of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince", the people behind the feature film series were abashed by problems occurring during the filming of the last installment of the Potter's franchise. According to reports, the shooting of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" has to be temporarily halted because of two male streakers.
In a press release, it was said that the filming has to be stopped following the spotting of two men running naked through the woodland setting in Farnham, Surrey, England. Because of the interruption, the cast filming on the set, including Daniel Radcliffe and Helena Bonham Carter, were sent off back to their caravans while the security chased the streakers away. However, at the time when the shooting resumed, the two intruders came back and made monkey sounds.
Further, The Sun reported another filming setback as the British newspaper claimed that the Farnham's scenes will have to be reshot because the "Deathly Hallows" crew overused the special-effect fog. The reports of reshooting allegedly went out on Saturday, March 1. Additionally, the publication let out that more special-effects scenes will be taken without any cast present this weekend on Millennium Bridge near St Paul's Cathedral, London.