Two Hogwarts alums had a mini-reunion on Broadway – and it’s magical!
Daniel Radcliffe has a new Broadway play called The Lifespan of a Fact. While it’s still not open to the public (it opens October 18), his former Harry Potter co-star, Tom Felton dropped by and caught a preview to the show.
Tom shared a photo of the two of them hanging out in Daniel’s dressing room, and he had this to say about Daniel’s new play: “Go see it. He’s fantastic.”
But Daniel isn’t the only “school mate” Tom’s been in touch with. Earlier this year, Tom also had a mini-reunion with his other HP co-stars – Emma Watson (who plays Hermione Granger) and Matthew Lewis (who plays Neville Longbottom). It was fittingly captioned “School mates #hogwartsalumni.”
Missing those Hogwarts days? Tom is in YouTube’s Origin, where he reunites with Natalia Tena, who played Nymphadora Tonks in the films.
Speaking of Hogwarts, Rupert Grint admits he hasn’t seen the whole Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone until last week!
In a recent video from Buzzfeed, he admits, he’s only seen “bits and pieces” of it until last week.
“I always hate watching myself,” he said. Later, behind the scenes, he explained that he finally watched it in all its entirety because he felt so “far enough removed” from his 11-year-old self to enjoy watching the film.
Anyone else up for a Harry Potter movie marathon this weekend?