The Warner Bros Studio Tour in London has become a huge attraction for Potterheads around the world to come and experience props and sets from the film franchise. But this Halloween, things are going to get a lot creepier.
The official Warner Bros Studio Tour
website has today confirmed that a new addition to the tour, titled "Dark Arts", will become the first permanent new expansion to the attraction since its opening in March 2012.
Warner Bros' Leavesden studio, home to the filming of all eight Harry Potter films, as well as blockbusters such as the Robert Downey Jr Sherlock Holmes
series and Inception,
will open up the Dark Arts expansion to the public on October 14th, just in time for Halloween.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Studios
The new section will include a replica of Charity Burbage, the tortured Muggle Studies teacher whom Voldemort and his Death Eaters intimidate in the films. If that doesn't sound scary enough for you, the site will also be infested with roaming Death Eaters to shake up the visitors.
And if that isn't enough to scare you, maybe the 20 foot model of Nagin - He Who Must Not Be Named's snake will, which will also feature in the new segment.
With the newly opened Diagon Alley expansion of the Wizarding World in Orlando, there's plenty to go around for Potterheads around the world, and if you're more of a Slytherin than a Hufflepuff, the Dark Arts expansion will be your new place to call home.
Will you be visiting, or perhaps revisiting, the studio tour for Halloween? Let us know!