The Harry Potter cast have been discussing if they'd ever make a return to the wizarding world, but before you get your hopes up you're not going to be happy with Matt Lewis's answer 'cos he's not actually that up for it.
Arguing that JK Rowling took the character of Neville Longbottom as far as he could possibly go in the novels, Matt shared that he doesn't think a reunion would work for him:
"I feel like the story arch that Jo wrote and that we tried our best to put on screen was a complete one. I took that journey and finished it the way I wanted to," he told HollywoodLife. "He will always hold a fun place in my heart, but I don't feel like there is more that I can do with Neville. I'm happy to leave him."
Rupert Grint gave a more socially acceptable answer, replying: "Um yeah, I think they made a huge mistake in not casting me [in The Cursed Child]", but it was Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood in the films who proved herself to be a true Harry Potter fan with her response:
"As happy as I am that they are exploring the universe and that there are new stories in the universe, I'm so angry I'm not a part of it…100 percent I'd go back and do more."
We hate to be the one to say it, but Neville really needs to sort out his priorities.
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