Stephen Fry Tweets Apology At Behind Scenes Of Harry Potter

British actor and writer Stephen Fry, has landed himself in hot water after tweeting behind the scene pictures of the forthcoming Harry Potter film. Twitter which is now the third most popular social networking site behind Facebook and Myspace, is not just used by the everyday person but the celebrity world.

News came through that Fry had been recording scenes for the Sherlock Holmes sequel in a studio next to that of Harry Potter. According to SkyNews, the actor had uploaded the images and then posted them on his Twitter page to some 1.9 million followers. The next Harry Potter movie “The Deathly Hallows,” is based on J.K.Rowling’s seventh and final novel which will be split into two parts, the first being released on November 19.

In one of the images that Stephen Fry took, is shows the Hogwarts school in ruins following on from a “Great Battle” between Harry Potter and his enemy Lord Voldemort. In a tweet from Fry he said,”Oops. I’ve been sent to the naughty step?” A day after, he tweeted, “Shall be a good boy on set today. *Sticks gaffer-tape over camera lens* Heigh ho.”

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