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Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Tom Felton, Helena Bonham Carter, & Ralph Fiennes at the world premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 at Leicester Square on November 10, 2010 in London, England. OMG!!! Harry Potter rocks.
Johnson recently blasted bosses at film giant Warner Bros., calling them "utterly mad" for allowing a Harry Potter park to be created in Florida, when the books and movies are all set in the U.K.
The franchise's stars, including Michael Gambon and Tom Felton, disagree with Johnson and have now waded into the debate, insisting a similar attraction would not work in London.
Speaking at the launch of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Florida on Wednesday night, Gambon tells Britain's GMTV, "Oh he's a silly old fart isn't he, really? Boris Johnson... What's he talking about? I mean only 10 people live in England don't they? You've got to have it in America to get the money back."
Felton has also laughed off Johnson's comments, insisting the weather isn't good enough in England to host the outside park: "I've got a few words for Boris... well mate, if you want the park to be open for 30 days a year then put it in England, but come on, realistically this is the place to do it."
Daniel Radcliffe has also spoken out about the issue, insisting that if Johnson wants to build a Harry Potter theme park in the U.K., then he should use his political influence to push the decision through: "Of course it would be absolutely wonderful to have an equivalent in London and I'm sure Boris, as the mayor of London, is surely the man with the power to make that happen, one would assume."
While Rupert Grint adds, "We should have one, it's just amazing."
The star, who has played Hermione Granger in all the wizard films since 2001, is currently shooting the franchise's final scenes, and Watson admits she'll feel lost when filming wraps.
She says, "None of us could say that we predicted this kind of love and recognition. It’s just incredible. I’m just so unbelievably proud to have been part of this. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world."
The savvy star has decided to take a long break when the last film, Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, wraps, so she can mourn the loss of the boy wizard and her own character.
She adds, "I feel like someone’s dying, I know that sounds like an exaggeration but I really do. I’m not planning to do anything this summer - I’m going to need time to collect myself and get myself back together a bit. So I’ll take a bit of a break."
And co-star Daniel Radcliffe will also find it difficult to say goodbye to Potter - but he admits he's excited about the new prospects heading his way: "It’s going to be bizarre. I’m going to be devastated. It’s going to be very, very sad because it’s been such an important part of my life.
"There will never be one scene in any of the Harry Potters that, when I watch it, won’t trigger a series of memories about what that day was about and what I was doing. So everything is so linked to my life and growing up.
"But, at the same time, it will be exciting. It puts a pretty nice punctuation mark on my adolescence. I feel grown-up now."
Bonnie Wright, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson at the National Movie Awards held at the Royal Festival Hall - Press Room - London, England - (05/26/10).
According to a fellow partygoer, the star was laughing hysterically and walking around the flat in a daze after taking deep drags of the cigarette.
Wadia Tazi tells Britain's Daily Mirror, "Daniel was laughing and seemed to find it funny. But he didn't really look like he knew what was going on. I was surprised by his behavior."
Daniel supposedly walked around the house party blurting: "I Love Weed." He pulled out the huge joint then lit it up in the kitchen with Wadia and a friend in his company.
Wadia said: "Daniel looked spaced out and away with the fairies. He didn't want us to recognize him. When I said he looked like that actor in Lord of the Rings [Elijah Wood], he got a bit funny and said, No, thats not me. He looked pretty uncomfortable.
I didn't recognize him as he looked so different to what I expected from the films. When my friend told me who he was, I was shocked."
The gathering ground to a halt after Laura and another man, believed to be Radcliffe's assistant, asked Tazi if he was shooting footage of the actor on his phone.
Tazi adds, "Laura was very protective. She said Daniel had a reputation to protect and couldn't ruin it. I presume she meant by being seen smoking. I said I didn't know what she was talking about. He (Daniel) didn't want us to recognise him, he looked pretty uncomfortable... But almost immediately afterwards she and Daniel left."
Recently singer Joss Stone said: "I smoke weed, but I don't think it's really a drug. It's more of a herb. I don't regret saying that at all. I think everyone smokes weed and people who say they don't are lying! Weed has been given this evil stamp, but how is it dangerous? It's going to make you laugh your a**e off? You might go to sleep? I think alcohol is much more harmful."
UPDATE: Daniel's spokeswoman has issued a statement: "We categorically deny the allegations regarding Daniel Radcliffe published in today's Daily Mirror."
"Daniel does smoke the occasional roll-up cigarette, but he was not doing anything more than this. We are considering our position and will be taking all necessary action in relation to such allegations."
the 'Harry Potter' set.
The unnamed 25 year old suffered horrific injuries after a flying sequence
using a harness went wrong, and the blast - which was part of the stunt -
caused him to plummet to the ground.
He was conscious after the fall, but told colleagues: "I can't feel my
Paramedics fear the stuntman might have been paralyzed and he was rushed to
hospital yesterday (01.28.09) for emergency treatment.
A source said: "The guy was rigged up to a harness for the scene and was
flying through the air. It is thought he may have been caught by the
explosion and hit the ground very hard.
"Everyone is just hoping he makes a good recovery."
Pre-production work is underway in preparation for 'Harry Potter and the
Deathly Hallows' - the seventh movie about the young wizard - and
prospective stunts were being tested at the Leavesden studios near Watford
when the accident happened.
A spokesman for the studio said: "We can confirm a member of the 'Harry
Potter' production was injured in an accident. We are awaiting further news.
"Out of respect for the family we are unable to comment further."