The cast of Harry Potter have been feeling very nostalgic lately. Whether it's Tom Felton revealing whether he'd be interested in a Cursed Child movie, or Rupert Grint revealing the "spark" between Tom and Emma Watson, Hogwarts fans have been reveling in all the reminiscing.
The latest actor to look back on his time in the franchise is Robert Pattinson, who opened up about his role as Cedric Diggory in 2005's Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire. Speaking on the HFPA In Conversation podcast, Robert said he was still a big fan of the fourth movie, and credited it for helping his career.
"I really like that movie…I wouldn't be acting if it wasn't for that," the now 33-year-old commented. "It was a really nice environment in Harry Potter. Even compared to movies I've done since, it was very protective."
The actor went on to put the brilliant work environment down to "the way the kids were treated; in Harry Potter they were at school and they were kind of doing work at the same time. [The shoot] felt like a very friendly family environment."
Robert continued that the press tour "was amazing," adding, "I remember going to Tokyo for the first time, and sitting in my room looking out over the city and being like, how has this happened?"
It's nice to know the Harry Potter cast feel as fondly about the franchise as we do, isn't it?
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com/uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.