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Wanna Meet The Animals Of The Harry Potter Movies? Just Visit The Warner Bros Tour In London!

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Talk about some Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them!

The Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour in London is getting a pretty cool addition to the already AH-MAZING exhibit!

For one week in February from the 13 to the 25 the animal actors from the films are going to be a part of the tour!

[ Related: J.K. Rowling Regrets Killing THIS Harry Potter Character! ]

Julie Tottman, the animal trainer behind the films, will be showing off over 250 live creatures which were featured in the films… including Hedwig the snowy owl.

Not only will Hedwig be there, but so will the kitty that played Crookshanks, the toad that played Neville Longbottom's pet, and Mrs Norris aka Mr. Filch's cat!

How exciting is that news!

[ Related: J.K. Rowling's Novel Is Being Turned Into A TV Show! ]

The cool thing too is that visitors will be able to pose with the animals AND see live-training demonstrations at the Studio Tour!

Sure, you may never get to meet Daniel Radcliffe, but you could totally get a picture with Hedwig!

Close enough! LOL!

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One comment to “Wanna Meet The Animals Of The Harry Potter Movies? Just Visit The Warner Bros Tour In London!”

  1. Marieke says – reply to this


    I'm probably the only one who doesn't find this cool, but very very sad. Imagine how stressful it must be for those poor animals to have all these kids flocking to them, poking them, hugging them, getting their picture taken with them.. Nope, bad move Warner Bros.