Friday, February 25, 2005

Delayed filming again
This from WB? What a shocker! Sorry on that sarcasism, but for any who have the 'schedule' for the sets and locations, surely you'll understand. ;)
This time however, it could not be helped. The weather that is known for the location of Glenfinnan, Scotland, has hit again. This time halting one of the 'last sequences' in the filming. This was said in the Press and Journal...
'The Met Office forecast more than a touch of Siberia for the Highlands at the end of February when the final sequences of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire were due to be shot and the filming of the last sequences for the blockbusting movie has been put back a week as a result.The delay is also affecting 100 excited children from the Kinlochleven, Fort William and Mallaig areas who are being signed up as extras. Dressed in black as pupils of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, they are due to feature in the filming around Glenfinnan and Glencoe.The weather also means a cameo appearance by the character Hagrid, on a Glencoe hillside, will also be delayed.'

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