Despite thinking they had finished filming Harry Potter after almost 10-years, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint will soon find themselves back on set to re-shoot some crucial scenes in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.
The final scenes of the film required the actors to be made up to look 19-years-older than their usual selves but make-up artists were overzealous, leaving the threesome looking like OAP’s rather than middle aged parents.
A source told the Sun: "The cast and crew had a private giggle that the film has become Harry Potter and the Costly Hallows.
“They had all said an emotional goodbye to the filming they loved, so it was good news for them as they heard they had to come back.
However, the re-shoots aren’t good news for all, especially the studio bosses. The source revealed: "Their bosses haven’t been laughing though. They had to recreate King’s Cross at Leavesden, which has been a huge expense.
“The professional term for the re-hoots is ‘pick-ups’ but everyone knows it’s a bit more serious than that. It will be extremely costly.”
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