It's been 13 years since the heydays of 2001 when Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone burst onto our screens by hitting an 11-year old in the face with a broom:
Since then, lots of things have changed. Ron had sex, for one thing.
But the biggest change might be in the Quidditch team, pictured here in all their jumper-wearing glory:
Look at them; they're so awkward but so cute! But where did the heroes of Hogwarts end up in real life?
Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe)
Still adorkable. Still a massive star. Currently starring in Horns.
Katie Bell (Emily Dale)
Katie Bell was a Chaser on the team throughout her time at Hogwarts, and was BFFs with Alicia Spinnet and Angelina Bell. She was the only member of the team, with Harry, to remain for all seven years.
Actress Emily Dale retrained as a dancer, appearing in productions in the UK and abroad.
Oliver Wood (Sean Biggerstaff)
Oliver Wood was captain of the Quidditch team in the first two Harry Potter films, and cameoed in the seventh. His dulcet Scottish tones yelling 'Potter!' will forever be etched in my memory.
Biggerstaff is a successful actor, with various theatre, film and TV roles. In 2007 he won the Scottish BAFTA for Best Actor in Consenting Adults.
Angelina Johnson (Danielle Tabor)
Angelina was the fiesty Chaser who was probably the coolest on the team (sorry Harry).
She was played by Danielle Tabor, who's continued to act with roles in Doctors, The Bill, Law & Order and upcoming urban romance Our Wildest Dreams.
The Weasley Twins (James and Oliver Phelps)
The Weasley Twins were both Beaters on the Quidditch team, in addition to being one of the cutest things about the Potter movies.
James and Oliver both still act, though not always together. James has acted separately in short film The Turn and Ward 3. The two reunite for Own Worst Enemy, released this year. And no, they're not really ginger.
Alicia Spinnet (Leilah Sutherland)
Has anyone seen Leilah? If so, tell her to put her name on Google and help a brother out.