Matthew Lewis reveals his favourite Harry Potter film is the one hes in the most

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Neville Longbottom is all grown up (Picture: Getty)

Matthew Lewis might have established himself as a seriously talented actor, but lets face it, hes still best known for playing Neville Longbottom.

He spent 10 years playing the class-clown-turned-heroic-hunk in Warner Bros iconic Harry Potter movies.

But which of the eight films is his favourite?

During an appearance at Tampa Bay Comic Con this weekend, Lewis revealed his choice.

My favourite movie to work on was The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 because Im in it the most, he said simply.

Matthew Lewis reveals favourite HP film

Neville took on Bellatrix Lestrange and the Death Eaters in the final movie (Picture: Warner Bros.)

I think as an actor you always want to feel like the character youre playing has some impact on the story, where its going, and I definitely felt like that in the final film.

The 29-year-old star went on to detail the diverse array of tasks he had to perform and one of the most challenging scenes from the movie.



There was a lot of action stuff in there, which Id not really had a whole amount to do previously, he said.

It was a lot of fun working with the stunt team. We worked a lot on the 007 sound-stage at Pinewood Studios where they film the James Bond movies.

Thats where we built the bridge that we blew up. It was pretty cool. A lot of fun.

Lewis recently broke Potterheads hearts all around the world when he revealed he had married his girlfriend in Italy.

Sharing a snap from the happy occasion on social media, Lewis confirmed that he and his American girlfriend Angela Jones had tied the knot.

He wasnt completely over the moon about it though…

In the caption to the photo, which Lewis posted to Twitter via, he joked: Not only did I miss @ArcticMonkeys in LA but they were performing in Italy at the same time we were there and my wife made me get married instead.

Oh well, Matt. We bet you looked good on the dancefloor with your new wife anyway.

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