Matthew Lewis: 'I Wasn't Really Sad' For 'Harry Potter' To End

Matthew Lewis: 'I Wasn't Really Sad' For 'Harry Potter' To End

Matthew Lewis opens up to Parade about Harry Potter coming to an end and the good and bad adventures he’s had playing Neville Longbottom for so many years.

The 21-year-old British actor said he wasn’t really sad that the franchise is finally finished. He shared, “I was just proud of everybody and really excited to see what we made.”

Matthew also talked about his character growing into a hero throughout the films and the odd momento he got to keep of the old Neville.

“I have got the false teeth at home,” he said, “my parents have this weird sort of shrine for me, this shelf in the corner that has memorabilia and pictures and stuff from the films over the years and the teeth are in there. They were the bane of my life for a couple years, but it’s nice to have them. It’s kind of gross though.”

Harry Potter is out in theaters July 15. In the meantime, check out this new TV spot below!

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