According to rumours, “Fantastic Beasts” sequel is shooting in Hogwarts’ locations
//Por Rodrigo Cavalheiro - Friday, 25 de August de 2017 às 10:25
The Lacock Abbey, inaugurated in the early 13th century, was used as a Hogwarts set in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, like Snape’s and Quirrell’s classrooms, the Mirror of Erised room and multiple corridors. With the increasing budget for later movies, a lot of those were later duplicated in the Leavesden Studios to make production easier. The Lacock Village, which surrounds the Abbey, was also used as a location for the movies. There you can find the Potter’s house in the first movie and the house where Professor Slughorn hides in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Without a confirmation from Warner Bros., regarding filming in the Abbey or about Hogwarts scenes in the sequel, all informations must be considered rumours until more details surface, such as actors filming or the studio’s confirmation.
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