A British court has ordered the publisher of the Daily Mail to apologize to J.K. Rowling for alleging that she made up a “sob story” from her days as a single mother. The article, “How JK Rowling’s sob story about her single mother past...Show More Summary
J.K. Rowling is no longer concerned about her reputation after winning a lawsuit against the Daily Mail. According to the BBC News, the Daily Mail had to apologize over an article they wrote about the Harry Potter author about the time she spent in London as a single mother. Show More Summary
"Now go put some clothes on."
A GIF, more pictures, and a VIDEO!!! If you thought yesterday was hot Neville Longbottom appreciation day, today is going to blow your socks off! Harry Potter actor Matthew Lewis' photo shoot for Attitude magazine even had J.K. Rowling salivating a bit, and we can only imagine what seeing the 25-year-old's abs and pecs in motion might [...]
The "Harry Potter" author has a perfect response to racy magazine photos featuring the actor who played Neville Longbottom.
In case the warm weather wasn't proof enough, the latest round of editorial thirst traps are here to prove that summer is upon us. Earlier today we shared Matthew Lewis’s racy Attitude cover photos that caught J.K. Rowling’s eye and...
JK Rowling has jokingly castigated Neville Longbottom actor Matthew Lewis for stripping off for an underwear shoot with Attitude
We all know that Harry Potter actor Matthew Lewis — who played Neville Longbottom — grew to be a fine specimen of manhood, but that doesn’t mean author J.K. Rowling likes to see him posing provocatively for magazine covers. Unfortunately...Show More Summary
Neville Longbottom is all grown up and JK Rowling has something to say about it. Actor Matthew Lewis is best known for his portrayal of Gryffindor dork Neville Longbottom in the "Harry Potter" movies. The much-beloved character wasShow More Summary
J.K. Rowling says she has finally been “vindicated” after winning a bid to make a public statement about her libel lawsuit against the Daily Mail in London’s High Court. Rowling had already received a pubic apology and “substantial” damages from the publication back in May 2014, but the publication did not want Rowling’s statement read J.K. Show More Summary
Things I learned today: first, Neville Longbottom (aka real-world muggle Matthew Lewis) is on the cover of Attitude magazine. Second, "Attitude" is British slang for "body hair." That shirt is definitely being put back on in this shot. Show More Summary
Matthew Lewis, the actor behind beloved "Harry Potter" character Neville Longbottom, has made headlines before for how much he's changed since his debut as an awkward preteen in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." Now, the British babe is once again making waves with his appearance -- and making author J.K. Show More Summary
There's a lot Dustin thinks the youngins might not understand about David Letterman and what he stands for. (Uproxx) I'm going to imagine that Michael Caine just walks around with his hand held like this until someone puts a...
Neville aka Matthew Lewis from Harry Potter has grown up. There’s even a meme in the Harry Potter’s universe that, despite playing a nerdy character for most of the Harry Potter franchise, actor Matthew Lewis has grown out of that awkward phase to transform into a good looking hunk. Show More Summary
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Lesson learned: Tell the woman who created the fictional character you played that you're appearing in your underwear.
It's been well-documented that Matthew Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in the "Harry Potter" movies, now looks nothing like the hapless character he played in the films.Case in point: a provocative new cover and photo shoot he did for the British magazine Attitude. Show More Summary
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J.K. Rowling revealed on Twitter that she still isn't accustomed to seeing the stars of the "Harry Potter" films scantily clad.
While Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling didn't create the films, she was heavily involved in the process and therefore became close with the cast. When Matthew Lewis tweeted a link to a magazine he's being featured in, Rowling was in for a bit of a shock. Warning: serious abs ahead.