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Old 02-15-2015, 06:34 PM
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Post Matthew Lewis talks wanting Neville movie spinoff, Emma Watson, 'Fantastic Beasts'

Matthew Lewis, while promoting the upcoming series three of Bluestone 42, set to premiere on BBC3 sometime this spring, spoke to Radio Times about wanting to bring back the role of Neville Longbottom for a spinoff, if he were asked.

Matt also chatted about meeting up with Emma Watson recently to reminisce about their time on the Harry Potter set, and reuniting with J.K. Rowling and director David Yates, both of whom are currently working on the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film.



On doing a Neville movie spinoff:

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If it came to it that I was offered that sort of deal I want to say Id consider it but Id probably jump at the chance, absolutely! the actor told RadioTimes.com.

Im not itching, just yet, but Id absolutely, definitely consider it, and love to be considered for it.
On meeting up with Emma Watson recently in the UK and thinking back on their Potter days:

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I saw Emma Watson the other day and we were chatting about Potter, Lewis said, and I realised as much as I miss certain aspects of it, since I finished it Ive just had such an amazing time.

Potter was an amazing and a unique experience that I was privileged to have been a part of, but Ive never been as involved with or as proud of a project as I have with Bluestone 42 Ive had so much fun being a part of it, so much more than Ive ever had before as an actor, definitely.
His high hopes for the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them films, based on the team creating it:

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I was up in Edinburgh chatting about it with [Harry Potter creator] Jo Rowling, and [director] David Yates was there too.

Just knowing that those two are back together again, Jo and David Yates, with [producer] David Heyman that magical team are together, making these films it cannot fail to be a success. I can't wait to see it and not be a part of it!
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