It’s been AGES since I last did one of this – in fact, just under two years. Time do do it again, I reckon. Could do posts about everyone in Harry Potter, but I’m going to start with someone who really has changed a LOT: Matthew Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in the films.
Cast your mind back to 2001 … *wibbly wobbly effect and harp music*
Neville’s a clumsy little loser, basically, who can’t even keep track of a pet toad. He’s bad at everything except Herbology, but he still manages to stand up to his friends and say enough is enough. A true Gryffindor, and we love him.
A few years later, he’s still a bit goofy and everything, but he’s starting to change.
|“Harry, what are you on about? This isn’t mistletoe!”|
And then, lo and behold, this is him now, ten years later. Can I get a “wowza!” or two? The lad has certainly grown up to be a handsome fellow! 🙂
Well done, sir! Really well done. Hope we’ll see more of you in times to come. Acting-wise, that is. May your career be long and fruitful.
(And yes, I should’ve perhaps started with Daniel Radcliffe, considering today is Harry Potter’s birthday – and JK Rowling’s – but I prefer Neville.)