A new Warner Bros. studio tour featurette goes on the lot to look at all of the Batmobiles throughout the history of the film franchise.
I’m a Disneyland-fanatic but I’m not one of those hardcores that hates on Universal Studios at every turn. I actually like Universal, and specifically their Studio Tour in Hollywood (although it needs some updates), their 4D Transformers ride and the incredibly detailed immersive experience they have created with Harry Potter. Show More Summary
Today (12th November), The Leaky Cauldron were lucky enough to be invited along to the very special and exclusive opening event for the annual Hogwarts in the Snow feature at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. So many brilliant additions were made to the tour to make it as festive as possible, and these...read more!
In their latest segment, FVF interviews the designer and performance artist in their studio apartment.
As we reported previously, WB Studio Tour is hosting its first “Dinner in the Great Hall” event. Because tickets for this amazing opportunity have sold out so quickly, Warner Bros.’ is now offering the chance for one lucky winner to win a pair of tickets to attend with a guest. The competition and its rules...read more!
By Robert Niles: Just in time for Halloween, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour has added a "Horror Made Here" exhibit to its Stage 48: Script to Screen attraction on its Burbank studio lot. Photo courtesy Warner Bros. The exhibit runs until Nov. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood unveiled a brand new experience for fright fans as “Horror Made Here” made its debut. Featured inside the newly-opened ‘Stage 48: Script to Screen’ and available for a limited time only especially for Halloween, “Horror Made Here” offers guests the opportunity to discover behind-the-scenes filmmaking secrets from some of Warner […]
It seems like there’s quite a few dedicated Harry Potter fans who want to set Dobby free at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London. For those who don’t remember, giving an item of clothing to a house elf is the only way to set them free from their master’s service in the Potterverse. Show More Summary
Harry Potter fans who can't distinguish between fiction and reality have been going on the Warner Brothers Studio tour and trying to do what's already been fake done: free Dobby. https://twitter.com/HogwartsLogic/status/648202470842195968?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw This is a very sweet gesture that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Show More Summary
When it comes to house elves, Hermione Granger is Harry Potter’s number one social justice warrior. In the fourth book, Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, Hermione makes it her mission to free all of Hogwarts’ tiny staff members by gifting them clothing—the only way to free a house elf from its magically enforced servitude. Show More Summary
Hermione would be so proud. Fans of Dobby from "Harry Potter" have been trying to free the plucky, adorable elf from his glass case at Leavesden's Warner Bros. Studio Tour Exhibit. They've been leaving their socks on the case - which, in "Harry Potter" canon, would free an elf. Show More Summary
Prepare your feelings for this one, folks.
It can sometimes be surprising how a character from a book or movie can sneak up on you and suddenly become very important. I certainly never thought the little house elf Dobby would end up ripping my heart from my chest, leaving me quietly sobbing, after all I only wanted to read a couple of […]
Grown-ups who never got their Hogwarts acceptance letter will nevertheless be able to engage in one of the school’s time-honored traditions: a Christmas feast with all the trimmings. The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is opening the...Show More Summary
Dobby the house elf was freed back in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." But in the Leavesden's Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London, he's unfortunately still encased in glass. Local "Harry Potter" fans, however, have been trying to liberate the character by leaving socks by his display. Show More Summary
Lovable little Dobby and his goofy magic have evidently inspired London, as some Harry Potter fans have attempted to free him from Leavesden's Warner Bros. Studio Tour IRL. Friends of the house elf have festooned one of his exhibit cases with their socks, a nod to both Dobby's HP story... More »
"Harry Potter" fans have been donating socks to help Dobby the House Elf get free from his glass encasement.
A Christmas dinner at the Great Hall of Hogwarts was announced by The Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London, igniting the hearts and wands of Harry Potter fans everywhere. The dinner uses actual sets and props from the films, plus someShow More Summary
Today in "dreams coming true," the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, which takes Harry Potter fans through the stages and backlots used to make the films, has announced it will be hosting a Christmas dinner this year in Hogwarts' Great Hall...
Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London has the best gift to Harry Potter fans this holiday season. On Dec. 3, fans will get the opportunity to have dinner in Hogwarts' Great Hall! The Hall will be decked out with props from The Sorcerer's...Show More Summary