A fire has broken out at the Warner Brothers studio in London. 

Firefighters are on the scene tackling the blaze at the studio that was home to Harry Potter, James Bond and more. 

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18 fire engines are attending to tackle the blaze at one of the stages. The blaze is understood to have broken just after 11pm last night. 

All eight Harry Potter films, a number of James Bond, Fast and Furious and the Mission Impossible films have also used the studio in the past. 

No one has been injured in the fire according to reports. 

A spokesperson for Hertfordshire County Council told the Watford Observer: "The fire and rescue service were called to reports of a fire at Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden in Hertfordshire at 11.29pm on Wednesday 10 July.

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"Fifteen fire engines, plus support vehicles, are currently in attendance at the scene and crews are tackling a fire in one of the stages there.

"The set was not being used at the time of the fire. There are no injuries.

"The incident is ongoing."

A Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman confirmed 15 crews were sent to the scene when the fire broke out. There are now 18 crews tackling the blaze.

He said an aerial ladder was being used as well as 12 sets of breathing apparatus.

It is not yet known how the fire began. According to the BBC, Police have also closed off Bridge Road in Leavesden to allow the fire service to run a hose from the nearby canal.