London, Mar 15 : A series of mishaps on the set of the final Harry Potter film 'The Deathly Hallows' has made the actors working on it believe that the project is cursed.
The latest mishap happened on March 12, when shooting had to be cancelled after the set was battered by storms.
Apart from this, Daniel Radcliffe, who plays the boy wizard in the series, has been receiving death threats from a stalker.
The teenage sensation also had to perform a daring stunt for a scene, when his double failed to turn up.
The scene involved him being yanked out from a burning building by a wire attached to a 100ft crane. Furthermore, filming at Farnham, Surrey had to be halted due to the streakers and mistakes that were caused by the special-effects fog.
"Actors are feeling the movie is jinxed," The Sun quoted an insider as saying.
"As this is the final Harry Potter film, dark forces are at work to prevent us finishing," the insider added.
The first part of the movie 'The Deathly Hallows' is due for release in November 2010.