My desire to go there literally swelled a million times.
@Alex: I am right there along side you. :)
That was pretty cool. With all the focus on the actors, it’s easy to lose sight of how much work it takes, by so many people often doing unglamorous sorts of tasks, to make a production on the scale of the HP films happen. So anything that reminds us of the unsung heroes whose names appear in tiny type at the end of the credits seems like a good idea to me.
thought it was especially epic with the music from the first dh trailer that featured both parts…brings back great memories. :D that was siriusly my favorite hp trailer of them all; gave me goosebumps and i almost cried. :S then i made up for it after i saw part 2. XD
I WISH I COULD GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Unfortunatley, I can’t. I guess it will stay on my bucket list forever.
Oh and @everyone who has posted before me same. I agree with everyone.
No one’s ever really thought of how much effort is put into making the set look flawless xD
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