A puff of magic will make them disappear! Evanna Lynch looks trouserless as she bares legs at Warner Studios Tour launch
22:09 GMT, 31 March 2012
It seems Evanna Lynch has quite the natural flair for magic.
The young star, who plays Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter franchise, not only has the ability to steal the limelight from an absent Emma Watson – but also the art to make herself look trouserless.
Attending the red carpet of a studio tour which gives fans a spell-binding
glimpse behind the scenes of the blockbuster film series, Evanna stepped out in a rather thigh-skimming royal blue playsuit.
Posing for pictures in Watford, Evanna showcased her slim pins as the material draped itself around her, pulling in at the waist with a bejeweled belt to create the illusion she was just wearing a shirt.
Relishing the spotlight: Evanna Lynch takes centre stage as Emma Watson failed to attend the grand opening of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter in Watford
Rupert Grint and Tom Felton were among the stars to join her at the grand opening of the Warner Bros Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter – from which Daniel Radcliffe and Watson were absent.
Hundreds of screaming fans lined up outside the studios in Leavesden, Hertfordshire, where all eight of the multimillion pound-grossing films inspired by JK Rowling's magical stories were shot.
Idol: Evanna posed with a young fan dressed in a witch's outfit
Magical: The sign for The Making Of Harry Potter Warner Brothers Studio Tour in Leavesden, near Watford
Cast: Rupert Grint, aka Ron Weasley, and Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) smile for the cameras on the red carpet
Expecting better weather Evanna flashed her pins while Bonnie Wright keeps it casual
Local boy Grint, otherwise known as sidekick Ron Weasley, said: 'This is the most glamorous I have ever seen Watford. It's exciting for everyone to see.
'There are so many memories from in there and to share them with everyone is great. There are so many highlights but the model of the castle is out of this world.'
The 23-year-old added that he had sneaked out some mementos for himself, including the number from Harry's door in Privet Drive.
He added: 'You can buy them from most DIY stores, and they've replaced it now.'
Family fun day: Warwick Davis and his family arrive at opening
On a date Eamonn Holmes and a guest on the red carpet, left, while funny man David Baddiel arrives alone
Fame: Felton signs autographs for fans at the grand opening
Obsession: Fans point their magic wands toward the camera
The three-hour walking tour attraction includes the original Great Hall of Hogwarts School, built for Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone.
The hall features graffiti by Hogwarts' pupils, solid oak and pine house tables which were built for the films, and York stone flooring laid more than 11 years ago.
Some of the most iconic sets include Dumbledore's office, Diagon Alley, the Ministry of Magic, 4 Privet Drive, the Gryffindor common room and the Weasley kitchen.
Memories: Grint, Wright and Felton pose inside the attraction
Recreated: The shops that line Diagon Alley in the Warner Bros Harry Potter studio tour
Not flying anymore… Grint, Wright and Felton pose inside Hagrid's motorcycle and sidecar
Felton, who played Draco Malfoy, said: 'It's hard to sum it all up in a sentence but I will never forget walking through the Great Hall for the first time.
'It was just as magical now as it was all those years ago.'
Visitors can get up close to the costumes, animatronics, special effects and props used throughout the Potter series and seen by millions on TV and movie screens worldwide.
Crystalline: A model of a sculpture from the Yule Ball
Spooky: Rubber masks of the goblins at Gringotts Wizarding Bank
Sarah Roots, vice president of the
Warner Bros Studio Tour, said: 'What makes this tour so special is that
everything on show has been used in the making of the Harry Potter film
'All the sets, props and costumes are authentic and show the incredible detail and craftsmanship that goes into film production.
'All the films were shot at Leavesden so it's wonderful to be giving the sets a permanent home here.'
Sorcery: A cameraman films a display of wand boxes
Creepy crawly: Aragog the giant spider looms from the ceiling
Homely: Hagrid's Hut just outside Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
Emma is currently on location in Los Angeles filming Sofia Coppola's new film The Bling Ring, telling the tale of a group of Hollywood teenagers who target celebrities' homes.
Meanwhile, Daniel is also across the Atlantic shooting his latest project in the Big Apple.
He takes centre stage as poet-activist Allen Ginsberg in Kill Your Darlings, alongside Elizabeth Olsen.
A family ticket for two adults and two children will set them back 83. Individual tickets for people 16 and over are 28 and 21 for children aged five to 15.
Excitement: The first visitors stream into the Great Hall
'Glamorous': A general view of the studio – where all Potter films were shot