A drive-in firm is to screen every Harry Potter film outside at Glencoe – one of the key locations which features in the series based on the novels by JK Rowling.
Itison Drive-In Movies will set up temporary screens to show the marathon eight films over three days in August.
Glencoe is the location of the hut which is home to Rubeus Hagrid, the gatekeeper at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
The team at Itison Glasgow revealed the drive-in on their social-media pages.
They wrote: “We’re doing all the Harry Potter movies at Itison Drive-In Movies at Glencoe from August 3 to 5.
“Go on the ultimate Potter pilgrimage and make a day of it at one of the movie’s key filming locations.
“Enjoy a magical world of tasty potions, wizard-worthy snacks and flying chairlifts, too.”
Oli Norman, founder of Itison Drive-In Movies, said the outdoor screenings would be an “amazing experience”, adding: “Glencoe is amazing to visit never mind as a setting for watching one of the world’s best loved movie franchises.
“It’s going to be an amazing experience for Harry Potter fans to watch the movies against such a spectacular backdrop – we hope people will make a day of it and explore the area and enjoy all the amazing things to see and do.”
It is understood that fans will also be able to enjoy a spot of flying by taking a ride on the resort’s chairlift, which ascends 2,200 feet with dramatic views of waterfalls, Rannoch Moor and Buachaille Etive Mor.
Tickets for the outdoor screening event at Glencoe Mountain Resort are £30 per car per picture.