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Harry Potter, Bridget Jones and Jason Bourne star in City of London tour

A new walking tour of the City of London has been designed to enable film lovers to visit the locations of blockbuster films and TV dramas, including Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Mission Impossible, Love Actually and Law & Order.

The self-guided walk, Lights, camera, action, starts on Millennium Bridge, which was destroyed in the opening sequence of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and ends at Postman�s Park, which appeared in a scene with Jude Law and Natalie Portman in Closer.

It includes 25 locations, including St. Paul�s Cathedral (The Madness of King George and Great Expectations), Bank Junction (28 Days Later, National Treasure II), Bart�s Hospital (Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason), Moorgate (Ocean�s 13 and The Bourne Ultimatum) and one of the most popular City locations, Tower Bridge (Brannigan, The Mummy Returns, Thunderbirds, Tomb Raider, Sherlock Holmes).

The walk has been mapped out by the Film Team at the City of London Corporation�s Guildhall, which works with location managers and directors to help them film in the Square Mile. The Film Team�s work includes liaising with the City of London Police, neighbouring local authorities and City businesses and residents to facilitate the filming of car chases, explosions and period scenes for historical dramas on City streets.

Joanna Burnaby-Atkins, Film Manager at the City of London Corporation, says:

�Location managers and film directors are hugely attracted to the City of London�s architecture, in particular, how ancient buildings nestle closely to modern skyscrapers that are transforming the City�s skyline. It�s a real coup for film-makers to come to London and shoot at some of the Square Mile�s iconic buildings, such as Tower Bridge, The Gherkin and Leadenhall Market.

�Cinema-goers enjoy tracing the footsteps of major stars, such as Matt Damon, Tom Cruise, Ren�e Zellweger and Christian Bale, and the walk does a neat job of bringing together so many popular locations in a relatively small area. The leaflet includes some interesting City history and film trivia, so I�m sure that people will enjoy using it to explore the area.�

The accompanying leaflet, Lights, camera, action, can be picked up free-of-charge from the City of London Information Centre, opposite St. Paul�s Cathedral, which provides advice about City visitor attractions and a wide range of free maps and leaflets.

Or it can be downloaded here.