'Goblet of Fire' worth the wait

Published January 21, 2005 at 2:56 PM
by Geri
from The Leaky Cauldron

Last November, Warner Bros. flew a group of web reporters to London’s Leavesden Studios to check out the set of Mike Newell's next film, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Among those invited were Melissa from The Leaky Cauldronopens in new window and Emerson from MuggleNetopens in new window and we now have their preview report as to what fans can expect from the upcoming movie:

Melissa has this previewopens in new window of the upcoming film:

But after a day in which we saw the Quidditch camp, the Pensieve scene room, the underwater tank, the DADA classroom (Moodyfied), Dumbledore's office, the Gryffindor dorm and common room (dressed this time, as opposed to last), models for to-be-built sets, a trophy room, the acres of costumes for the film, the 30-foot animatronic Horntail dragon, and more - after a day in which we met the blushing Robert Pattinson (Cedric Diggory), composed Clemence Poesy (Fleur Delacour) and deceptively mild Stanislav Ianevski (Victor Krum) - after a day in which it became clear that Mike Newell is a mastermind at turning a flat scene into a hilarious one - we left Leavesden positively bouncing in anticipation.

Their full report should be online sometime this summer. Enjoy.

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