Fan calls 'Goblet of Fire' pensieve set 'amazing'

Published August 26, 2004 at 19:40 PM
by Geri
from HPANA (via HP4U.co.uk)

HP4Uopens in new window has posted the first part of their exclusive report detailing the Pensieve scene from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, which was filmed recently.

Here is an excerpt of the reportopens in new window:

The set is the most amazing thing I've EVER seen.

All the seats are raised in tiers, just like in the book and it's all been made in a huge octagonal shape. The most amazing thing is the use of fire - real fire. There is a huge fireball lit in each corner and is used for the effect of the flames - it's awesome and made to look from the 360 degree camera as though it's in Dumbledore's memory (which of course it is).

Wow, I wish you could all get a picture of it, words cannot describe the effect. Made of course to look as though Harry has gone back in time, imagine Dickens and all those old bookshops, or Ollivander's, stacked full of items, this is the effect of the court, full, stacked with mountains of papers! The artwork and set decoration of the court room is immense, it looks ancient, Byzantium times, the old ruined golden paintings and the realism was great.

Read the rest of the reportopens in new window at HP4U.co.uk.

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