Making appearances for the grand opening of the "Warner Brothers Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter" in Watford, England on Saturday (March 31) were a handful of theultra-popular franchise's cast members including Rupert Grint, Tom Felton and Bonnie Wright.
The "Harry Potter" trio took a moment to greet and take pictures with fans who were lined up outside the studios in Leavesden - which happens to be the location in which all eight of the JK Rowling inspired films were made - and the co-stars admitted they were happy to share the set with all of their adoring supporters.
While forecasts tend to hold up quite predictably, "Captain America: The First Avenger" offered up a surprise by leaping out to the pole position at the box office over the weekend of July 22-24, 2011.
The Chris Evans starring superhero cape pulled in $25.6 million on Friday night while en route to an opening weekend total of $65.8 million - well above the projected total of $58 million.
As he pushes forth with "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2" promotions, Tom Felton kicked off a planned weekend stay in Chicago, Illinois on Friday (July 22).
Following a morning television appearance on MyFoxChicago (see video below), the Draco Malfoy actor had quite the good time as he threw out a ceremonial first pitch before the Chicago Cubs/Houston Astros game at Wrigley Field.
After years and years of hard work and devotion – a newly released video shows the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” cast and crew on set for their last day ever.
In an emotional speech, Daniel Radcliffe says, “I just want to say I love this place. This has been my life. I don’t know what my day to day life consists of without you. All of you. I just want to say I’ve loved every minute and I thank you all very, very much for making that possible.”