Warner Bros fire: Firefighters tackle blaze at Harry Potter studios in Watford

Warner Bros UK studios fire: Blaze where Harry Potter and James Bond were filmed

Updated: Firefighters continue to tackle a major fire at Warner Bros.

Hertfordshire County Council's Fire and Rescue Service said that "the set was not being used at the time of the fire" and "there are no injuries". The tours are still running on Thursday, according to the studio's website.

At 23:29 hours final evening Fireplace Management acquired a number of calls to a business constructing on fireplace on Warner Drive, Leavesden.

18 crews are tackling a blaze at one of the stages at Warner Bros studios after a fire broke out late last night (Wednesday).


"Fifteen fire engines, plus support vehicles, are now in attendance at the scene and crews are tackling a fire in one of the stages there".

"The set was not being used at the time of the fire".

A total of 18 fire crews, including two from Welwyn Garden City, have put out the blaze at the studios where all eight Harry Potter films were made.

No cause for the fire at the studios where all eigh Harry Potter films were made has been given by the fire service.

A spokeswoman for Warner Bros Studios said that the studios and tours were open.

"It was still going strong at about 1.00 a.m. and when I woke up this morning it was still smoldering".

The studio began life as an aircraft factory during the second world war but was converted in 1994 at the behest of producers on Bond movie GoldenEye. Productions underway at Leavesden were unaffected.

"Eighteen fireplace engines and help automobiles, are at present on the scene as crews proceed to sort out the hearth".

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