Warwick Davis joined the rest of the famous Harry Potter cast to attend the Warner Bros. Studio Tour on Saturday night, and talked of the secretive set of Hogwarts and going abroad with Karl Pilkington.
The 42-year-old actor, whoplayed the white-moustached Professor Filius Flitwick in the series, was excited by Hogwarts finally opening its doors and revealing its secrets to the public.
“The studio was somewhere that was so secretive for so many years, and it is slightly odd to see all of these people here now,” he told EntertainmentWise.
He added: “We've kind of opened the gates and said, 'Come on in!' and that's exciting.”
The Life's Too Short actor, who has already had a glistening career in the film industry in movies such as Star Wars and the Leprechaun film series, also holds an emotional attachment to his Professor Flitwick days.
He said: “Just walking in to the sets again is strange because I keep expecting someone to shout out, 'Action!'”
“I love seeing the Hogwarts model in there – it's quite emotional seeing that," Warwick added.
The actor also spoke about his favourite parts of the memorabilia on display. He said: “The Creature Effects Workshop – I enjoy that as an experience because there are bits of me everywhere!”
“The Great Hall is a highlight for me and certainly the way the tour starts - I won't give it away but it is terrifically exciting,” - way to tease us, Warwick!
Despite getting all emotional about the end of Harry Potter, the actor certainly has a bright future ahead of him.
He said: “I'm about to embark on my travels with Mr Karl Pilkington for the Short Way Round – and a special of Life's Too Short is coming up soon.”
Stars at the Harry Potter studio tour...