Rupert Grint has confirmed that plans are afoot for a Harry Potter attraction at the British studio where much of the hit franchise was filmed.
The actor, who plays Ron Weasley in the wizarding films, said, while promoting his new film Cherrybomb, that Leavesden Studios would be developed into a Harry Potter attraction.
"They're actually turning Leavesden as an amusement, a kind of attraction, and they're going to recreate all our rooms," he said, according to The Leaky Cauldron.
Few details are known about exactly what the attraction in Watford, Herts, will look like or how it would compare with the Orlando theme park that recently opened
But Rupert - who will reprise his role in the two-part finale Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows - said he and the other cast members have left their marks on the famous studios.
"We used to write on the walls and played table-tennis there," he recalled while answering questions at the Apple store in London's Regent Street.