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Followup: Video of Phelps Bros at Thames Festival

Phelps
Posted by: sue
September 14, 2008, 02:13 PM

Previously we told you James and Oliver Phelps (Fred and George Weasley) would be appearing at the Thames Festival in London this weekend. This event took place yesterday, and video of the twins has now appeared online via YouTube, where they discuss shooting Quidditch scenes and more. You can also see props such as the bludger they use, the Golden Snitch, several books, close-ups of the Daily Prophet newspaper and hear a bit from Potter film prop master Barry Wilkinson on challenges he faced using real food for the Great Hall scenes in “Sorcerer’s Stone.”

Thanks to Phelpsaholics!

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