In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2, Wright again reprised her central role for the last time.
In these films she was seen particularly in scenes before the three protagonists went in search of Horcruxes, The Battle of Hogwarts and in the Epilogue set nineteen years later.
They will both appear in Neville Longbottom is here to prove that puberty is a real and beautiful thing.
Now that we have no more Harry Potter films coming (why God, WHY) Matthew Lewis is busy making people fall in love with him. But actually, he does more than just look good 24/7, he’s currently on the BBC Three comedy-drama Draco Malfoy may have been Harry Potter's arch-nemesis, but it was recently revealed that he (Tom, that is) actually belonged in Gryffindor!
Not only does Lewis look completely different, his career does too.
He left magic at Hogwarts, starring in the likes of Ripper Street, Bluestone 42, Happy Valley and The Syndicate.
Wright appears in the first film, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, only in a small scene set at London King's Cross railway station, where her character and her mother Molly meet Harry Potter as four of her older brothers board the Hogwarts express. But now that filming has wrapped for the final film, he's moving on to other... For the last decade, Tom Felton has played the too-cute-to-hate evil Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter movie series.After Potter ended, she graduated from the University of the Arts: London College of Communication, which she began studying at while filming James and Oliver Phelps have yet to hang up their wizarding robes.Of the entire Potter crew, they’re the most active in the wizarding world, attending pretty much every Potter-related event, either at conventions, the WWo HP, and were very involved with Harry Potter The Exhibition.Her role became much more prominent in the second film, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, in which her character begins studies at Hogwarts and encounters a secret diary that begins to control her actions.