Update: Images from the set can be seen here! (contains image of Daniel Radcliffe and Bonnie Wright as older versions of Harry and Ginny).
It looks like filming on the Harry Potter franchise is drawing to a close. A muggle was at Kings Cross station in London today and spotted the cast and crew filming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II. Those who have read the book will know what scene takes place here, and it will probably be one of the, if not the final scene of the Harry Potter franchise.
Possible spoilers below, from MuggleNet:
Just returned home, after a big surprise I ran into at Kings Cross Station. Apparantly there was some shooting for a Harry Potter film, and although we haven’t been able to see the actual filming, I will give you as much information as possible. The entire platform was fenced off, and there was alot of security to keep the people out. There were dozens of people standing on the nearest bridge, trying to find out what was happening. First I didn’t realize what was going on, until Tom Felton and Dan Radcliffe arrived at the scene, surrounded by security. From that moment everyone realized it was Harry Potter shooting, and all the cell phones appeared.
There was obviously no time to sign people’s books, because they were gone by that. They looked amazing, because … they’d been turned into adults!! They wore cool costumes that seemed to be a combination between a modern business suit and wizarding robes. Dan’s hairdo looked especially cool: the sides were combed backwards, and the front had this ‘old skool’ wave, on one side. He was a little bit wrinkled, and had facial stubble. Tom looked somewhat older, because his hairline was kinda receding, and it was quite colorless. They both had extremely realistic adult faces. There were also some child actors on the scene, so I guess those are their children. They weren’t dressed wizard-ish, for the record. But I haven’t been able to have a good look. For about twenty minutes we’ve been waiting there, but the actors had obviously taken another exit. Oh, and of course, we saw the Hogwarts Express and its thick, white smoke, and there were alot of extras on the scene, based on what we’ve seen.
We’ve been hearing from the cast over recent months that the epilogue scene will be one of the final scenes shot, so filming on the movie and the franchise as a whole may conclude over the upcoming days/weeks.
We have good reason to believe that the first trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I will be released next month, most likely with The Twilight Saga: Eclipse on June 24th.