The studios where Harry Potter and James Bond films were made has been damaged by fire.
Crews battled a blaze at a stage at Leavesden Studios, located near London, Deadline reported.
No one was hurt in the fire and the stage was not in use, the BBC reported.
The studios were not only the filming location for all eight Potter films but also "Fast and Furious" and the "Mission: Impossible: series, according to multiple media reports.
The rest of the studio property was operating as usual and was not impacted by the fire, the BBC reported.
Public tours of the studio are also going on as scheduled, a spokesperson told Deadline.
Eighteen fire crews were called in to battle the blaze and a hose had to be run from a canal to help put out the fire.
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