So, Neville Longbottom surprised us by growing up to be entirely ripped and freakin' hot, right? Well, he's not the only one.
Just as everyone was beginning to calm down, Charlie Bucket (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) has gone and caused heads to do a 360-degree-spin! You won't believe how Freddie Highmore a.k.a. sweet Charlie Bucket from the Tim Burton remake looks now!
You probably remember adorable Charlie looking like this:
Since starring in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Freddie Highmore has been keeping himself busy with many films and has starred in everything from The Spiderwick Chronicles to the TV series Bates Motel. I am not sure where the time has flown, as it was back in 2005 that Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory hit the cinema screens.
Tim Burton on set with Freddie
Time has passed by and obviously little Charlie was not going to stay little forever. Freddie has grown up to be totally cute and definitely model material. Just like Neville Longbottom's Matthew Lewis, he has been pulling some shapes for Attitude Magazine.
Are you ready? Course you are!
So he's just casually the cover star of Attitude now. This photo-shoot by Mark Kant was only recently released. I can't believe the transformation!
He has grown up a lot, but there is still a glimmer of Charlie in there
Check out his cute smile, awww!
Are you sitting comfortably? 'Cause there are more surprising photos to come!
Freddie looks like he has stepped straight off a catwalk
Good thing Freddie had lots of practice being a model as a child actor!
He also had some beautiful words of wisdom for the readers of Attitude
Freddie supports the LGBT community. These words from the interview for the gay lifestyle magazine are just so inspiring and lovely:
''If a situation arises that you don’t agree with – like someone making a joke at the expense of the LGBT community – you have to speak up for it: Hopefully remain friendly but don’t let the moment go by. When I was at school, that phrase ‘you’re so gay’ suggesting weakness was commonplace and kind of acceptable – but at uni it was happily not used.'' Freddie wants people to have positive role models ''So that people can more easily gain confidence to freely express themselves.''
Aw, Freddie is such a sweetheart!
Freddie may not have whipped his shirt off to reveal a mean-lean body in the style of Matthew Lewis a.k.a. Neville Longbottom for Attitude. But, he sure looks great and totally confident in these newly released photos by the magazine. What a cutiepie!