We have a new video interview of Matt Lewis (Neville Longbottom) being interviewed by Rolling Stone. In the video Lewis discusses the evolution of Neville, his favorite Beatles albums and songs (as well as what he thinks Neville's would be), and reflects on incidents on the set of Harry Potter. You can watch the interview here or below.
Dear Matt! You are not mediocre, in fact I think you are above average. We can’t all be geniuses, and you sure have done a great job portraying Neville. You brought his insecurity and courage to the screen better than anyone else could have done, and thank you for it.
XLent Matt, you keep it real, and what a gentleman. You have come a long way, and dont hold back, XL my friend, XL!
Good Interview. With a Little Help From My Friends is a great song for Neville. ( The Beatles are awesome! )
Matt is such a fantastic guy! This is what we fans love to see… he obviously knows and cares about this character he’s played for so long. The part with Neville’s Beatles picks was spot on, and I quite liked Matt’s picks as well. :D What a great interview…
What a nice guy!!!
I have to hurry up and see the movie. I’ve been holding off… Maybe I’m trying to extend the feeling just little while longer. However, I’m missing all the reactions. I haven’t played the pottercast yet, because I don’t want to be ‘spoiled’. :-)
@PotterAcumen the tattoo Matt has on his arm apparently is ‘11’ in roman numerals what the significance is thought I’m not sure, maybe someone can twitter him the question!
I cook scrambled eggs in the microwave all the time. You have to put it on medium power. That used to be the only way I could cook them, because I wasn’t allowed to use the stove. Now I can, but it’s just easier. lol.
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