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We all love a good reunion, and this one between Harry Potter stars Daniel Radcliffe and Tom Felton, was seriously magical.

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Radcliffe, who played Harry Potter in the franchise, hung up his wand to pursue a new endeavor on Broadway, where he is currently starring in a new play called the Lifespan Of A Fact.

His former rival and fellow HP co-star Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy in the series, decided to pop in to see Radcliffe in action.

After the show, Felton shared a picture of he and Radcliffe in what appears to be Radcliffe’s dressing room to his Instagram Thursday evening (Oct. 4). Captioning the photo with a simple “go see it,” while also calling Radcliffe “fantastic” in the play.

See the post below!


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Go see it. He’s fantastic as per @lifespanofafact

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The reunion follows another magical reunion that happened a few months ago between Felton and Matthew Lewis, who played Neville in the series.

While Felton’s post to Radcliffe was a little more heartwarming, we did get to see him pick up Malfoy’s villainous ways by trying to convert Lewis to join Gryffindor’s rival Hogwarts house, Slytherin.

Unfortunately, it looks like Draco is going to have to recruit someone else because Neville certainly isn’t joining Slytherin anytime soon. While the post showcased a recruitment-gone-wrong, our muggle hearts are still swooning over the Harry Potter reunion.

We seriously can’t get over these reunions! That’s not the only Harry Potter related news to be excited about.

Recently, the thrilling final trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald was finally released, and per the suggestion of J.K. Rowling, fans should have stayed to the very end.

“There’s a lot in there for you guys,” Rowling said, per Deadline Hollywood. “When you see the trailer, don’t speak to each other until the end because there’s a name you’ll want to hear.”

Watch the trailer below!

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald is due out Nov. 16.