With principal photography set to begin early next month on Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince film, there is word today about some scenes that will be filmed in October at the cloisters of Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, England. The Wiltshire Times reports that villagers have given approval for crews from the sixth Harry Potter film to "to return to Lacock with many of the main characters to capture a series of spooky night scenes for Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince."
Due to take place sometime in October, where they will film for four days in October and film scenes between 5pm and 5am. The paper reports that "High Street and Church Street will be closed and the bus stop outside the George Inn looks set to be relocated for the duration." Readers will remember that the Cloisters of this Abbey were used in "Chamber of Secrets," famously for the Dobby is Freeeee! scene (and where Dobby said 'You shall not harm Harry Potter!' and sent Jason Isaacs' Lucius flying backwards).
Actor Dan Radcliffe is reported to be among those who will be filming these sequences in October. We do not know the exact days of this filming for HBP, and will update with more when we can.
(SOURCE: THE LEAKY CAULDRON)
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