Fans of Harry Potter will have an opportunity to see sets from the film contract when a studio tour opens to the public on Saturday. It has often been said about films and the Potter movies in particular, that the set designs are so intricate they feature details that will never be seen on screen. At £83 for a family of four, it isn't cheap.
So far reactions have been generally positive, although like many such attractions, people have to leave through a gift shop. And the challenge for Warner Bros is to ensure that it's seen as a worthwhile addition to the Potter brand beyond the books and films. According to Josh Berger, managing director of Warner Bros UK Like everything, there's the high end that is incredibly good quality. And it's expensive to make, and it's expensive to sell.