Five extra factors to Gryffindor! Owl-eyed Harry Potter followers shortly spotted a major photo gaffe dedicated within the long-awaited Harry Potter twentieth Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts reunion particular that mistakenly recognized a childhood pic of American Horror Story actor Emma Roberts as Potter star Emma Watson. However, a brand new mistake has been noticed by none apart from a fellow costar of Watson.
Another, maybe much more widespread, case of mistaken identification was dropped at mild by Watson’s fellow actor Oliver Phelps, who originated the position of George Weasley within the movies. Phelps identified on his personal Instagram that he had been mistakenly recognized as his personal brother, equivalent twin James Phelps, who portrayed George’s twin, Fred within the films. Although Phelps additionally identified, with a wink, that maybe the error was really payback in disguise.
“I guess after all those pranks over the years somebody decided to get their revenge. It was fantastic to be part of the HP reunion. Hope you all enjoyed it.” – Oliver Phelps
Phelps’ submit garnered some predictably cheeky responses from his fellow Potter movie alums. Tom Felton, who performed antagonist Draco Malfoy, claimed accountability for the gaffe in a winking method stating that “It was my doing” adopted by a lion and snake emoji, referencing the franchises’ inter-house rivalry. Matthew Lewis, portrayer of fan-fave Neville Longbottom chimed in with “This is legit hilarious. Dude. Wtf? Haha.”
Although the producers didn’t release one other assertion following Phelps’ revelation the error has reportedly been fastened and followers can view the corrected model now on HBO Max.