Movie bosses plan to quit Britain and shoot future Harry Potter films in Eastern Europe in a bid to cut costs.

Warner BROS executives want to abandon filming the Jk Rowling wizardry tales at Leavesden Studios in Hertfordshire, England, and relocate abroad - in a move to benefit from better tax breaks overseas.

A source tells British newspaper THE MAIL ON SUNDAY, "It would probably take them a month to take everything (the sets) to bits.

"The next movie won't start filming until next January (06), so they have plenty of time."

27/03/2005 21:22