Yesterday we told you about the "Deathly Hallows" trailer that was included with the LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1 - 4 Collector's Edition, and now another video that was included with the game has been put on YouTube. It's a short, funny behind the scenes look at the first four movies, that mostly shows the Harry Potter actors goofing off between takes. You can watch it in our Video Galleries or below.
So funny! Love out takes and behind the scenes footage! Wish they would put them in with the Ultimate Editions of the movies. Not all of us do video games. This was so great to see!
everyone’s so cute !
There really are no words to describe how precious this is to us and them as well! It’s wonderful to see, and yes it does help with our grieving of the end.But these guys and us will be the big family we have become,and I’m sure they will truly miss each other and stay in touch.There will be a reunion somewhere down the line I’m sure! sigh,what a magical thing it is! :)
OMG!! I love seeing bloopers from the movies like this!! They need to release more of these because I know they have LOADS of bloopers over 10 years of filming. haha
Hilarious! After DH is out, and then we’ve all bought the DVD’s, they could put together a feature length of these outtakes. I’d pay good money for it.
HAHAHAHAHA brilliant!!!! It looks like sooooo much fun! This video’s reminded me that i really need to find the double dvd boxes for the first two films so i can complete my collection.
I’d pay money for this aswell, i love an outake :D
Ha! I love it! They really are a family!!
Love it! They had so much fun on the set!
I LOVE IT!! “It’s a number two! It’s a number two!” I think i am officially in love with Daniel Radcliffe!! especially when he was karate chopping the carving of Slytherin in the CoS and when he runs by and says “You didn’t see anything!” and also when he is being lifted sideways in the air!! this video just made my life :D
Rupert: I have to go to the bathroom. It’s a number 2, number 2!
hehe that was fun. wish i could have been a fly on their walls for so many years. x
Aaww, I love that! I love seeing bloopers and behind the scene footage! Blimey they were all so young, they grew up right before our eyes.
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