Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 9:30 am | 0 Comments |
Photos from the 2014 David Holmes Cricket Cup have appeared online. Matthew Lewis played on Team Gryffindor with team captain Bradley James (best known to many as Arthur in the BBC series Merlin.) The David Holmes Cricket Cup began in the summer of 2009 to raise money for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) after David, a stuntman for the Potter films, was critically injured and left paralyzed. Since then, each summer, the event has been hosted for David’s family and friends, where the two teams, Gryffindor and Slytherin, have battled it out for the trophy and continued to raise money for the RNOH.
This year the final score was Gryffindor 97/10 and Slytherin 104/4. £7,780 was raised and split between the RNOH and Spinal Research.
View more photos of Matthew in the gallery!
TEAM SLYTHERIN (WINNERS)
Marc Mailley (Captain), Tolga Kenan, James Grogan, Martin Wilde, Lewis Young, Nick Chopping, Vinoj Srinivasan, Peter Robinson, Elliot Hawkes and Ron Spellman
Bradley James (Captain), Matt Lewis, Ben Wilkinson, Stephen Woolfenden, Adam Holmes, Matt Douglas, James Golby, Rubin Mayo, Barry Williams and Ed Hardy
Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 9:23 am | 0 Comments |
Last night, Matthew Lewis along with BBC Radio 1’s Scott Mills and Chris Stark, read aloud some Harry Potter fan fiction at the Edinburgh Festival. Matthew and Chris had no idea what they were walking into but Scott had planned the whole scene. Watch below as poor Matthew has to do some unthinkable things in a cloak. Parents: Use caution, there are some VERY adult themes in this video.
We did take some screenshots of the “performance,” but for Matthew’s sake we will only be posting video. Not sure which is worse, but it is our job to report, so forgive us, Matt!
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 9:24 am | 0 Comments |
Today is July 30th, and we all know what that means! Happy Birthday, Neville Longbottom!! Everyone’s favorite herbology professor turns 34 today. Without Neville, many of us would not be fans of Matt Lewis, and what a shame that would be!
If Rita Skeeter is to be believed (via new Pottermore content) Neville is apparently an alcoholic and still teaching at the school. But when does Rita ever report the truth? So we say Neville is find and happy!
I love Neville. I love Neville so much. Always loved Neville. And I always had big plans for Neville, you know? And he really was The Boy It Could’ve Been, because as you know, as I made clear, he was born hours before Harry, he was born on the 30th of July, Voldemort singled him out as the other possibility. But the great thing about Neville’s story for me, the over-arching story about Neville, is that he proves himself to be a boy who could’ve done it too. Yeah, Harry had the scar and arguably, Harry had an edge more talent because Harry– he has an extraordinary instinct for the right thing to do. He’s just got the right instinct, and that’s what would make him, in due course, a phenomenal Auror. But Neville was, I think, amazing in the final battle, and proved himself a hundred times over worthy of being a Gryffindor, his parents’ son, despite the very difficult childhood he had in the hands of his very pushy grandmother, and I know, she loves him and he loves her, but she’s not an easy person to be raised by. So yeah, so that for me, was the big thing about Neville. x
Sunday, July 27, 2014 at 9:22 pm | 0 Comments |
Earlier today we reported that Matt Lewis was going to accept the Best Fandom Forever award for Harry Potter at the MTVu Fandom Awards. Now we have the video of his appearance. Matthew sent in a video clip, just as we predicted, which may be watched below. We will update with an official video, if one becomes available, since this was just recorded off the TV and isn’t perfect.
UPDATE: Here is the official video:
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Sunday, July 27, 2014 at 8:27 am | 0 Comments |
MTVu held the first ever Fandom Awards at this year’s San Diego Comic Con and Harry Potter won Best Fandom Forever. According to Entertainment Weekly, Matthew accepted the award on behalf of the films. We assume he was not there in person and it was a video acceptance, but check out the show tonight to see for sure! MTV and mtvU will premiere the 60-minute “mtvU Fandom Awards Special” on Sunday, July 27, at 8 p.m. ET.
“Congratulations to all the fans,” said Lewis. “I’m sure we’ll all agree that the greatest stories are the ones that stay with us forever, so thank you very much for believing in us. We wouldn’t still be here without you.”
We will post video from the show as soon as it is available!