The Harry Potter movies will be honoured at this year''s BAFTA awards with an outstanding British addition to cinema prize, it has emerged.
According to the organizers, Potter columnist JK Rowling and ambassador David Heyman will accept the accolade on account of the franchise.
The films accept "highlighted the ability aural the British ability and abstruse industries", Bafta said.
The 2011 Bafta Film Awards will be captivated at London''s Royal Opera House on 13 February.
Potter brilliant Daniel Radcliffe, 21, said he had "loved every minute of authoritative these films".
"To me the absolute heroes are the aggregation and the huge aggregation of craftsmen that accept fabricated all eight of them possible," the BBC quoted him as saying.
"This accolade is a attestation to their absurd work," he added.
Radcliffe''s sentiments were echoed by co-star Emma Watson, who said it was "a huge honour".
"Thank you so abundant Bafta for this amazing award," added Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley adverse Radcliffe''s Harry and Watson''s Hermione Granger.