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WBCP Unveils Potter Exhibit in London

WBCP Unveils Potter Exhibit in London

Warner Bros. Consumer Products has unveiled plans for its Harry Potter: A Magical Event at the London Film Museum July 2, five days before the release of the final film in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2. The event will feature H

Warner Bros. Consumer Products has unveiled plans for its Harry Potter: A Magical Event at the London Film Museum July 2, five days before the release of the final film in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2. The event will feature Harry Potter products, film props and costumes that will go on sale in advance of the premiere.

Toy company Tomy will demonstrate its products including the best selling The Monster Book of Monsters, Hermione’s Bag and the Infra-Red wands. Rubies, Noble and Lochaven will provide costumes for photos in front of an iconic Hogwarts backdrop.

Fully built LEGO Harry Potter construction sets will be on display; as well as  the upcoming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 the video game provided by EA Games, and licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, available July 12. 

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment will be providing game pods for people to play the LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 video game, which will be on sale in this winter.

Panini, Transworld, Winning Moves and She Who Dares will also be on-site to demonstrate their new products which include sticker books and stickers, the amazing Film Wizardry behind-the-scenes book, Harry Potter Top Trumps and the updated board game Destination Hogwarts.

All of the featured Harry Potter products will be available at the London Film Museum’s Glass Box Shop. The props and product displays will remain on show at the London Film Museum until the end of this year.

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