HARRY Potter fans were thrilled as Tom Felton hosted an epic 19-year reunion with Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint.

Nearly 20 years since the first film – Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone – most of the cast bounded together to make an appearance for the reunion.

Among the cast was Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), as well as James and Oliver Phelps (Fred and George Weasley), Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) and Mark Williams (Arthur Weasley).

There was also Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy, Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) and Alfred Enoch (Dean Thomas).

Introducing everyone was Draco Malfoy himself, Tom Felton.

Daniel dropped a big hint the celebrations would only increase as it reached the 20th anniversary of the first film.

He said: "My first thoughts are that this is but a mere preview of the nostalgia we'll be immersed in next year when it hits 20 years since the first film was released.

"I feel like we'll be doing a lot of reminiscing probably in various forms next year."

The star added: "It feels insane that that much time has gone by […] It seems impossible that all that time has passed."

Rupert said he only had happy memories of the film, saying: "I remember on Potter it would always be the most inappropriate scenes, like Dumbledore's funeral was a particularly bad one.

"For some reason I found that absolutely hilarious. And yeah, once you start laughing, it's very hard to stop."

The 32-year-old added: "I had a particularly bad reputation. They used to call me Go Again Grint because I could never do anything without doing it like 2 times."

He even admitted he couldn't film the train carriage scene in the first film alongside Daniel because they couldn't look each other in the eye without laughing.

Fans were overjoyed by the news, with one person saying: "You just know I was SOBBING."

Another said: "Y'all I actually started crying when I saw Rupert and Daniel."

A third remarked: "I swear I'm crying. These people were my whole childhood. #HarryPotter means everything to me."

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