Harry Potter’s Matthew Lewis Makes His Clothes Disappear For Attitude Magazine

Transformation: Screen hunk Matthew Lewis shows off his newly-ripped physique for Attitude magazine as he prepares to play a triathlete in rom-com Me Before You

By now we’re a little tired of hearing about how actor Matthew Lewis went from a dorky 12-year-old Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter movies to a gorgeous 25-year-old.

Flashback: Matthew played Neville Longbottom (pictured second left), starred alongside Emma Watson (front) as Hermione Granger and Devon Murray (left, as Seamus Finnigan), as well as James and Oliver Phelps (far left and right) as the Weasley twins

Newsflash: No one’s tween years are particularly flattering.

But we’re not tired of drooling over the beautiful man he is today—as evidenced in his new cover spread for Attitude magazine’s swimwear/underwear issue.

Stripping off: The former child star shows off his six pack on the cover of June's swimwear and underwear special

Having gotten even more fit for his upcoming new rom-com Me Before You, Lewis cast a vanishing spell on his trousers (and maybe a little engorgio enchantment in his underwear) for the spread.

In the movie, which has a summer 2016 release date, Lewis plays a triathlete. He swore off carbs and alcohol, and even shaved his leg hair for the role.

Behind the scenes: Matthew shared a shirtless picture for his Instagram to prove that the Attitude shoot was a pretty chilly one when he stripped off

“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,” he tells Attitude.

“It’s tough—I do the pub quiz every week, and I’m sitting there every Wednesday with a Diet Coke.”

Related: Matthew Lewis’ Instagram Makes Us Forget All About Neville Longbottom

In the film, a small-town girl (Game Of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke) starts a friendship with a paralyzed man (Hunger Games’ Sam Claflin) and realizes she might not be so in love with her athlete boyfriend, played by Lewis.

Dan Avery is a writer-editor who focuses on culture, breaking news and LGBT rights. His work has appeared in Newsweek, The New York Times, Time Out New York, The Advocate and elsewhere.