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& # 39; Aging is a b *** h & # 39 ;: Tom Felton stung his looks while posing next to a 2001 photo

Harry Felter & # 39; s Tom Felton, 32, insists that & # 39; aging a b *** h & # 39; is while he poses in a Slytherin robe alongside 2001 snap … but cheeky Matthew Lewis, 30, refers to his own & # 39; Longbottom glow-up & # 39;

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Harry Potter fans will always remember Tom Felton as ice-haired villain Draco Malfoy and Matthew Lewis as good-hearted but bumbling Neville Longbottom.

And 18 years after the very first film to hit screens, the two actors, 32 and 30 years old respectively, felt nostalgic for their former appearance – with Tom insisting & aging is a b *** h & # 39; while Matthew bragged about his image transformation.

In a hilarious post that was shared on Instagram, Tom posed alongside a promo recording from the film while putting on Syltherin robes and complaining about getting older, but Matthew brutally referred to his now legendary & # 39; glowing & # 39; after he grew in a hunk.

& # 39; Aging is a b *** h & # 39 ;: Tom Felton stung his looks while posing next to a 2001 photo

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& # 39; Aging is a b *** h & # 39 ;: Tom Felton stung his looks while posing next to a 2001 photo

The first Harry Potter book was released 23 years ago, while the films first appeared 18 years ago when fans were introduced to the characters.

Tom looked jokingly tired while posing next to a shot and dressing him up as Draco Malfoy and then placing his hilarious caption.

Matthew then responded below and said: & # 39; Speak for yourself boy! & # 39 ;, referring to his handsome transformation that led to the expression: Long Bottom – which means that a clumsy teenager later becomes an adult.

Fans welcomed the comment while fans said: & # 39; Older people have done you well !! … HA !!! … yessssss … neville you wanted … you are old like a good wine …

Ha! Matthew brutally referred to his now legendary & # 39; glow & # 39; after he had become a piece

Ha! Matthew brutally referred to his now legendary & # 39; glow & # 39; after he had become a piece

Ha! Matthew brutally referred to his now legendary & # 39; glow & # 39; after he had become a piece

Talk to yourself! Matthew then responded and said: & # 39; Speak for yourself boy! & # 39;
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Talk to yourself! Matthew then responded and said: & # 39; Speak for yourself boy! & # 39;

Talk to yourself! Matthew then responded and said: & # 39; Speak for yourself boy! & # 39;

Pals! The duo remained friends after the films (shown in 2015)

Pals! The duo remained friends after the films (shown in 2015)

Pals! The duo remained friends after the films (shown in 2015)

& # 39; Really very accurate of you to say lol … You've named a whole term after you, that's not even fair! We can't all be Longbottom! … excuse us, not everyone has the best glo up! … Neville Longbottom commented on his glow. & # 39;

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In 2016, Matthew surprised fans when he was posing in front of Attitude Magazine in his underwear and showing his torn physique.

In an interview about the shoot he wrote: Of course you think cover models are David Beckham or someone who is insanely handsome, not me …

Changing faces: Tom portrayed the pale-haired villain in the film

Changing faces: Tom portrayed the pale-haired villain in the film

Changing faces: Tom portrayed the pale-haired villain in the film

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& # 39; But I have previously worked with the photographer, Joseph Sinclair, and he is incredibly talented. He suggested some more daring shots because I was in the best shape of my life and I trust him. Of course I was self-aware. & # 39;

There was more Harry Potter nostalgia lately when Tom was confronted with whispiers that he had a relationship with co-star Emma Watson.

Such an idea was destroyed this week, after which the star – who played Hermione in the movies – gave an interview to Vogue claiming that she & # 39; self-partner & # 39; used to be.

Long ago then: Neville was the bumbling fool in the film who turned out to have a more prominent role than expected

Long ago then: Neville was the bumbling fool in the film who turned out to have a more prominent role than expected

Long ago then: Neville was the bumbling fool in the film who turned out to have a more prominent role than expected

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