Matthew Lewis’ Bulge Is on Full Display as He Poses in Underwear and Flaunts …

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Harry Potter’s Now-Hot Neville Longbottom Strips Down for Sexy Shoot, J.K. Rowling Has Hilarious Response.

Matthew Lewis, who portrayed the nerdy character in the “Harry Potter” franchise, is featured in a shirtless cover photo on the cover of the U.K. magazine Attitude. “Not as bad as watching Dan in Equus, but close. He told Attitude: “I was 21, I was like: ‘yeah, this’ll be cool!’ It was never meant to be a ‘hey everyone, look at me!’ but it was nice to be able to go and be myself. “And then obviously a lot of attention focused on it, which I didn’t expect at all.

Speaking in the magazine about his character –Patrick – he said: “I spoke to the director and I said it’d be nice to get into the mindset of someone like Patrick, because he’s not drinking alcohol, he’s just eating salads all the time. “I was very interested to know where you go to in your mind to have that level of commitment. Every time we see Matthew Lewis he looks more like a supermodel, and his latest half-clothed photo for the UK mag Attitude‘s June cover is a hunky work of art. “I was excited I guess to go on the red carpet on the release of the last film and be me, and not to have to have the fat suit under my t-shirt. So I sort of gave up alcohol – I say sort of, I have given up alcohol.” He admitted it hasn’t been easy though: “It’s tough.I do the pub quiz every week, and I’m sitting there every Wednesday with a Diet Coke…

I’m off sugar and I can’t really eat carbs.” “I really wanted to see if I could stick to such a strict regime, and to really understand what it’s like to have a goal like that and really 110% go for it.” I mean, I’ve always been a bit of a sports enthusiast anyway, I love the gym and all that stuff, but I can’t wait for a pint of lager, I tell you that! Rand Paul’s 10-hour semi-filibuster to protest the Patriot Act and National Security Agency (NSA) mass surveillance, The Intercept reports that the NSA intended to use the Google and Samsung app stores to infiltrate users’ phones for mass surveillance purposes. The pizza and beer will definitely be making a comeback over the summer.” In addition to revamping his diet and hitting the gym, Lewis will also do some manscaping. “Apparently triathletes shave their legs for added aerodynamics, to buy you that extra couple of milliseconds.

The hijacking plan was a portion of a program called “Irritant Horn,” and the goal was to enable the agency to install hidden software on smartphones to secretly broadcast data back to the NSA. While conservative opposition to the death penalty is growing, this bill would make Nebraska the first deep red state to nix the death penalty since 1973. Then you’ll only have to do it once!’ I was like, ‘Argh!'” “Whenever I go back to Leeds or see people I went to school with they always talk about my veneers.

If government can’t be trusted to manage our health care… then why should it be trusted to carry out the irrevocable sentence of death? [AP] Nebraska’s governor has said he will not sign the bill, but based on this vote, the legislature is comfortably set to amass the 30 votes it needs to override his veto. Bonnie Kristian The BBC reports that a new Scrabble dictionary includes slang terms like “lolz,” “obvs,” and, yes, “shizzle.” The publishers of Collins Scrabble Word List, which includes words from the U.K., the U.S., and Australia, say the update reflects how “informal English” has become more prevalent in the way we communicate through social media and text messages.

The Senate on Thursday cleared a procedural hurdle on a bill that would grant President Obama “fast track” authority to push through a massive trade bill, voting 62-38 to break a filibuster and end debate on the measure. The legislation would allow the president to submit to Congress the Trans-Pacific Partnership — a pending trade deal with 11 Pacific nations that would be the largest such pact since NAFTA — for an up or down vote with no amendments allowed. The Week Staff Ray Rice’s legal issues stemming from an assault last year on his then-fiancée, now-wife, are over as a judge on Thursday dismissed domestic violence charges against the former Baltimore Ravens running back. Acceptance into the pretrial intervention program is extremely rare in domestic violence cases; it was granted in only one percent of such cases in New Jersey between 2010-13, according to an Outside the Lines investigation. The NFL initially suspended Rice for two games last year before suspending him indefinitely after graphic footage surfaced of him knocking out Janay Rice in an Atlantic City elevator.

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