'Harry Potter' Cast Members Reunite for Magical Photo


“Harry Potter” fans received an early Christmas gift!

No, it isn’t an acceptance letter to Hogwarts (we're still waiting on that!), but it is a reunion that’s evoking the same level of excitement.

Former castmates Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy), Emma Watson (Hermione Granger), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) and Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom) reunited for one epic photo!

Daniel Radcliffe (the titular character) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) are noticeably missing from the snap.

"Seasons greetings from my school mates. @mattdavelewis & I mid debate x #gryfindorVSslytherin," Felton captioned the photo.

Watson also shared the image, writing, "Merry Christmas from us ☺️."

While the cast very rarely poses for photos together, fans were pleased to see that they've remained close since wrapping the final film in 2011.

In fact, Watson and Felton seem to have a tight friendship and have shared several photos together over the years.

At one point, two even sparked dating rumors after Felton posted a photo giving the actress guitar playing lessons in South Africa.

Watson once even acknowledged that she had a major crush on Felton during a 2012 interview on "The Jonathan Ross Show" in 2012.

"Between the ages of 10 and 12 I had a really terrible crush on Tom Felton," she confessed to Ross. "We love a bad guy, and he was a few years older and he had a skateboard and that just did it really. He used to do tricks on it. He was so cool. He totally knew [I had a crush]. And the thing is, he’d turn and go, ‘Oh, I see her in a younger sisterly way.’ And it just broke my heart, still does.” Um, same, girl, which is why these relationship rumors about Watson and Felton are giving me way too much hope.

However, she shut down dating rumors in November 2018 by posting a selfie of them together captioning the sweet pic, “congrats dear friend.”

Who knew a “half-blood" and a “Slytherin” could ever get along so well?

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