!! OMG, guess who? !!

Recognize this lil’ stubbly piece of man-hottness? Nope, I didn’t either. Find out who he is after the jump…


Neville Longbottom! Or rather, Matt Lewis, who’s played Neville in the Harry Potter series — not that you’d have known that to look at him on the red carpet at last night’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 premiere in London. Yowza!

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11 Comments on "OMG, guess who?"

  1. No worries Trigger, you were right in that Harry Melling also needed a fat suit, it’s just so did Matthew. 😉

  2. My bad. Sorry.

  3. Actually Trigger, we’re not.
    “In a new interview, Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom) discusses the physical changes his character goes through in “Deathly Hallows”:
    “The teeth and the ears were the first to go, and then the fatsuit came shortly after – I look a lot more like him in the new film,” he revealed.”

  4. Actually AG and Eko..you are thinking of Harry Melling who played Dudley..he was the one who needed the fat suit….Matt Lewis just got hot!

  5. OMG… this gives a whole new dimension to it gets better!

  6. Uh, no – he did not have a fast suit and false teeth. If you Google him and look at photos of him out of costume when he was younger, he looks exactly as he did in the movie – teeth and all. That’s definitely great dental work!

  7. AG is right, in Chamber of Secrets they had to stuff his cheeks full of cotton in some scenes to make them look rounder because he had started to slim down so much, and by the time Order of the Phoenix was in production he had lost so much weight that he had to wear a fat suit. He’s looking good today!

  8. Holy ass! The guys from Harry Potter got hot!

  9. I recognized him only because I’d seen the pictures of him out of his fat suit and false teeth. Yes, the actor did wear those for the Neville character. Out of costume, he’s quite good looking. Look at those hazel eyes!

  10. Damn! A little orthodontic work goes a long way.

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