Can't get enough of Matthew Lewis, aka Neville Longbottom, and his stripped down style as recently seen in Attitude? Luckily for you, the British lad mag has released a behind the scenes video of Lewis on his scantly clad photoshoot.
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In a discussion with Lewis on Twitter, Harry Potter author Rowling referenced Daniel Radcliffe stripping off for a theater production of Equus.
Lewis responded “Well this is awkward. Sorry, Jo….”
Well, this is awkward. Sorry, Jo… 😔 https://t.co/ASSy3vo4d3— Matthew Lewis (@Mattdavelewis) May 21, 2015
.@Mattdavelewis I will always support you whatever you want to do, Matthew. Now go put some clothes on.— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 21, 2015
The Attitude cover comes ahead of the release of romantic drama Me Before You.
Watch an ET report, AFTER THE JUMP...(warning: autoplay)
Rowling also sent this out this morning:
Happy Harvey Milk Day pic.twitter.com/3D75dNVy8c— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 22, 2015
'Harry Potter' Star Matthew Lewis Looks Magically Delicious on the Cover of UK's 'Attitude' - PHOTOS
Matthew Lewis, who played bumbling Neville Longbottom in the eight Harry Potter films, has grown up quite nicely as evidenced by the new cover of UK's Attitude magazine.
In the interview, the 25-year-old British actor discussed his physical transformation for his new film Me Before You co-starring Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke:
My character, Patrick, is a triathlete and personal trainer, so he’s totally focused on the race that he’s going to be running. I spoke to the director and I said it’d be nice to get into the mindset of someone like that, because he’s not drinking alcohol, he’s just eating salads all the time, and I was very interested to know where you go to in your mind to have that level of commitment. So I sort of gave up alcohol – I say sort of, I have given up alcohol [laughs].
And on waxing his body for the role:
Apparently triathletes shave their legs for added aerodynamics, to buy you that extra couple of milliseconds. And my character, that is what he would do, so I think I’ll be losing the leg hair! I haven’t waxed before. I was quite keen just to shave every day but it was Emilia’s idea. She was like ‘no just wax it! Then you’ll only have to do it once!’ I was like ‘argh!’ I haven’t done it yet but we’ll see!
The latest issue also included a secondary cover featuring Pietro Boselli, the mathematics teacher at University College London who blew up the internet in March after it was discovered he doubled as an insanely attractive male model.
Check out the other cover, as well as another shot of Lewis (in even less clothing) AFTER THE JUMP...
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Looks like we now know how Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy reconciled their difference in between the final chapter and epilogue of Deathly Hallows.
Wrote Felton (who played Malfoy in the films) on Instagram:
May as well just say it. We're together now x #drarry
More Draco-Harry slash, AFTER THE JUMP...
J.K. Rowling has proven again what an LGBT ally she is in a response this week to a fan questioning why she made the Harry Potter character of Albus Dumbledore gay.
Said Rowling: "Maybe because gay people just look like... people?"
.@anakocovic21 Maybe because gay people just look like... people?— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) March 24, 2015