Drive-in theaters: By 2013, drive-ins comprised only 1.5% of movie screens in the United States. At the industry's height, 25% of the nation's movie screens had been in a drive-in. Many drive-in movie sites remain, repurposed as storage or flea market sites, often after residential housing or other higher value uses came to the lightly populated or unpopulated areas. The largest drive-in theater in the world, the Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop, doubles as the world's largest daily flea market.
Prior to "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" only ground-floor interior sets, such as the kitchen, existed for The Burrow, while all exterior shots were generated with CGI. “We wanted everything - from the furniture through to the crockery on the kitchen table - to look as if it had been bought in second-hand shops, picked up at swap meets, or rescued from curbs.” - Stephenie McMillan #HarryPotter