New Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Character Poster Reveals Neville Longbottom Looks Like Clive Owen

· Matthew Lewis has come a long way from being an awkward member of the Harry Potter B-squad actors. Not only does his Neville Longbottom play a major role in the final portion of the franchise -- barring some unforeseen massive narrative changes -- but the dude also looks like Clive Owen. Check out the latest character poster for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II ahead, then stick around for more Buzz Break.

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[via @HarryPotterFilm]

· X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn doesn't have time for niceties while directing. "He's not gentle in the way he directs, to say the least," said Kevin Bacon to the Los Angeles Times. "Matthew would sit by the monitor and shout something that's borderline insulting. But every time he said something -- or screamed something -- it was right on the mark." [LAT/Hero Complex]

· Hit maker Chris Meledandri -- the man behind Illumination Entertainment and the films Hop and Despicable Me -- has acquired rights to the Uglydolls, with an eye toward turning them into a franchise for Universal. Hey, why not? [Deadline]

· Just one day after the 3D Blu-ray trailer arrived online, Disney has announced that The Lion King will hit theaters for a limited 3D run on Sept. 16. Also, John Carter of Mars with Taylor Kitsch will simply be titled John Carter. No Mars needed! [Deadline]



Comments

  • j'accuse! says:

    Wait, there's a person named Neville Longbottom?! Almost as good as a reporter I heard on the radio calling himself Alistair Wankland! True story, that last bit, I heard him give his name.

  • LOL. Oh the places you'll go. "Reporting from Surrey, this is Clive Cockbottom, BBC News."

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