mazzer18:

wintry-mix:

success-is-my-goal:

ronnieisnotamazing:

SO HE WAS HOT THE WHOLE TIME AND WE JUST DIDN’T KNOW IT.

WHAT

Citizens of the world, we have been deceived.

well shit

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malfoysotter:

happy birthday neville!!!!!

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posted 1 year ago

morsmordre-x:

top 10 hp characters: [6/10] → neville longbottom

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annie-banks:

 #okay so this is pretty much 100% professor longbottom right here #because you know neville would kind of end up being the cool professor without knowing it #he would be the ~war hero legend that wears hipster sweaters before they became popular and has a scottish accent #and would totally have sunglasses 1000% and would wear them when the were out on the grounds cataloging plant life around the lake #and would only wear his robes part of the time b/c it’s hard to tend to plants in full robes duh #and would have all these weird pieces of jewlery that he wears because he got them in some foreign country while researching cacti or something #professor longbottom: unintentional hogwarts heartthrob

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the one change I was totally okay with the movie making

the one change I was totally okay with the movie making

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posted 1 year ago

acciobong:

By “people,” I guess Neville thought Ron meant the Dark Lord.

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posted 1 year ago

“Neville helped me grow up as much as he’s helped people who’ve watched the films. When I first started, Neville and I were very similar: shy, chubby-faced boy. There was very little acting in the first couple of movies. That’s just me. But as he grew, so did I. And the thing about Neville is this amazing message that J.K. Rowling did for him. This message of evolution. Neville’s bullied, he’s scared of his own shadow. No one ever thinks he’ll amount to anything. And here he is in [“Deathly Hallows — Part 2”] saving the Wizarding World. It just shows you that, no matter how your childhood is, it doesn’t define you.

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