Fire damages Warner Bros studio in London

Fire damages Warner Bros studio in London

A studio owned by Warner Bros who has been used as the location of the movie ‘Harry Porter’ in northern London was reported to have been burned last night.

Municipal council said that 16 fire vehicles were rushed to the Warner Bros Leavesden studio in Hertfordshire where the fire broke out last night.

said that during the incident there was no shooting at the studio as well as no reports of injuries.

Until then, no further information was obtained from the studio.

It is understood that all eight Harry Potter movies were filmed near here besides James Bond, Fast and Furious and Mission Impossible movies in the Warner Bros studios.

The studio was switched from an airplane manufacturer by James Bond ‘Golden Eye’ producer in 1994.

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