Firefighters were called to Warner Bros Studios in Hertfordshire, U.K. late Wednesday night due to reports of a fire at one of the studio's stages. The area has been used by many major films including the Harry Potter series, James Bond franchise and the Mission Impossible movies.

Read more: twenty one pilots unveil new U.S. dates for Bandito tour

According to a statement from Hertfordshire County Council's Fire and Rescue Service, firefighters were called to the scene at 11:29 p.m. BST July 10.

By 10:10 a.m. BST, eighteen fire engines and support vehicles were at the scene attempting to battle the blaze. Three jets and one aerial ladder platform were also in use.

The statement was updated at 2:50 p.m. BST to state that the fire was now out, but several vehicles remained on site.

The Warner Bros Studios acts as the home to the Harry Potter franchise, letting fans visit the studio as part of an official tour.

According to the Warner Bros. Studios website, the tour is operating as normal Thursday, July 11.

Reports state the studio was not in use during the fire and so far, no injuries have been reported.

Local resident Mark Hancock tells BBC how he watched the fire from his window.

While the 
Harry Potter Variety
See more: The 11 most punk films of all time

[envira-gallery id="195377"]