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Life Beyond Hogwarts: 'The Ultimate Guide to the World of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts'
The following gallery is a preview from Entertainment Weekly's collector's edition of The Ultimate Guide to the World of Harry Potter & Fantastic Beasts. For more on the magical world, purchase this special issue now.
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Robert Pattinson (Cedric Diggory), Cosmopolis, 2012
Three years after he starred in Potter, Pattinson landed the role of a lifetime as Edward in Twilight. His later career includes indie films like this Cannes drama.
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Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood), G.B.F., 2013
The Irish actress memorably revisited her Potter role in Darren Criss and StarKid’s unofficial musical A Very Potter Senior Year during 2013’s LeakyCon. She’s picked up roles in indie teen films, including G.B.F. and My Name Is Emily (2015).
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Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom), Me Before You, 2016
The Potter hottie famously took his shirt (and pants) off for a cover of the British magazine Attitude and appeared on TV and a romantic film, here opposite Emilia Clarke.
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Tom Felton Draco Malfoy), Risen, 2016
He went bananas in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, then explored the origins of Christianity opposite former costar Ralph Fiennes’s bro Joseph.
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Katie Leung (Cho Chang), One Child, 2014
Potter’s former sweetheart has spent time on the stage, including a 2012 run of Jung Chang’s best-selling memoir Wild Swans, and starred in this BBC drama miniseries.
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Domhnall Gleeson (Bill Weasley), Star Wars: The Force Awakens, 2015
Nominated for a Tony Award before he even set foot on the Potter set, Gleeson continues to rack up roles, including an impressive four movies in 2015: Ex Machina, Brooklyn, The Revenant, and The Force Awakens.
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Alfred Enoch (Dean Thomas), How to Get Away with Murder, 2014
Following a string of guest roles on TV shows, including Sherlock in 2014, the former school rower struck gold on this Shonda Rhimes hit.
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Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley), Before I Sleep, 2013
In addition to roles in movies like this indie drama, Wright presented her directorial debut, the coming-of-age Separate We Come, Separate We Go, at Cannes in 2012.