Harry Potter Warner Bros Studio Tour unveil Goblet of Fire feature


The Harry Potter studio tour has added some very magical taps!

Do you remember the part in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” when Harry used the Prefects bathroom? Remember all the different magical taps? Can you remember it in the movies?

Well if you can’t that’s ok because now you can see it in person as the Goblet of Fire tour at the Warner Bros Studio Tour in London unveiled the Prefect’s bathrooms taps. Designed by Oscar and BAFTA Award-Winning special effects supervisor John Richardson, it is the largest working prop currently on display.

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This huge set of working taps, first seen in the fourth film, has 53 taps, all spouting magical, multi-coloured water. Each tap is fed by a 1,000-litre tank of water and must be filtered constantly by a UV light purification system.

Harry Potter Goblet of Fire exhibition

Brought out of the dark for the new Goblet of Fire exhibition, the taps have been gathering dust in the back of the studio, until recently. Other props brought out of as part of the Warner Bros Studio Tour include the goblet of fire itself and a very detailed, up-close look at Tom Riddle’s grave.

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Digital Spy got an exclusive look at the new feature along with a tour by Richardson himself. He then told Digital Spy about creating the taps and his time at Harry Potter during the tour. You can see that full article and all the exclusive images by visiting their site here.

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