Star of Harry Potter Matthew Lewis Has the Best Response to Tom Felton’s Fear of Aging

Tom Felton, a former co-star in Harry Potter, is being made fun of by Matthew Lewis. The British actors who played Draco Malfoy and Neville Longbottom in the series have stayed friends since filming was finished almost ten years ago. Despite their on-screen animosity, Lewis, 30, and Felton, 32, have reunited numerous times, including one with Emma Watson. Felton even attempted to “convert” Lewis from Gryffindor to Slytherin in August 2018, recording the attempt on Instagram.

Felton captioned the hilarious photo, “See how close he came to converting…. @mattdavelewis,” and added the hashtag #gryffindork in jest.

We can thus safely assume that they like making fun of one another, which is why Lewis’ most recent comment on Felton’s Instagram made us LOL.

On Thursday, Felton shared a throwback image of himself as Draco from Harry Potter alongside a photo of himself in his Slytherin cloak.
Felton captioned the Instagram picture, “Agings a bitch.”

Lewis, who was feeling a little more confident after finishing Harry Potter, couldn’t help but mock his friend after seeing his image.

“Speak up, young man!” Lewis made a sarcastic remark about Felton’s post.

Lewis’ Instagram comment, published around eight hours ago, has nearly 7,000 “likes”.
Felton, who has more than 5 million Instagram followers, enjoys displaying his affection for Harry Potter on the platform. Felton and co-stars Rupert Grint and Evanna Lynch last got together in June during a special preview of Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade at Universal Orlando.

Tom captured the experience on his social media profile. While in Orlando, Felton and Grint also visited the Jurassic Park River Adventure at Universal Studios Island Of Adventures.
Then, in August, Felton posted a picture of himself and Watson, sparking an uproar on social media. Felton was seen teaching Watson how to play the guitar in the image, which earned over a million “likes.”

Felton captioned the picture, “Quick learner x.”

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