More than 400 girls have reached the next stage of the search for a young actress to play Luna Lovegood in the next Harry Potter film.
It follows an open casting call held in London on Saturday. The casting team is contacting the girls concerned.
More than 15,000 people spent hours queuing after Warner Bros. appealed for girls aged between 13 and 16 to attend the casting.
Potter bosses said they'd like to thank every single girl who turned up.
Fiona Weir told CBBC Newsround: "We really didn't have a particular look in mind and saw many fabulous girls from all points of the UK and Ireland.
"We were really amazed at the response and would like to say a big thank you to everyone who gave up their Saturday."
She added: "Even though we had many thousands more than anticipated, we were determined to see everyone who came along."
According to Warner Bros. the girls who have reached the next round have a wide range of accents, backgrounds and ethnicity. They came from all over the UK and Ireland ranging from Renfrewshire to West Sussex, and County Clare to Newport.
Because of the huge number of girls who went to the casting on Saturday, the organisers will only be contacting those they wish to see again.