Remember The Goblet of Fire? Of course you do. It was the fourth installment in the Harry Potter movie franchise, and it was full of Voldemort, living mazes, tournaments, and, of course, a Harry Potter staple, unnecessarily endangering the lives of teenagers.
Another thing that the Harry Potter franchise is relatively well-known for? Their young stars growing up into unfairly gorgeous people. Yes, we're looking at you, Matthew Lewis, who coined the term "longbottoming" - someone who was a sort of funny looking kid who transformed into a studly person.
Another unforgettable face - Victor Krum. Krum came all the way from Durmstrang, baffling all of us who previously thought Hogwarts was the only wizarding school in the world. And, of course, he was one of the participants in the Triwizard Tournament.
He also had a thing for Hermione Granger, which means he was slightly ahead of the rest of the world in realizing that Emma Watson also was an ideal candidate for longbottoming. Yes, Ron would eventually realize too, but it was Krum that got to take her to the Yule Ball. And good for her: Krum was already a good looking fellow.
Stanislav Ianevski is the actor that played the young Triwizard competitor. While he doesn't really get up to to much acting in large roles anymore, he does make frequent homages to his old role. And who wouldn't, really, when they were involved in one of the most beloved film franchises of all time?
Ianevski's Instagram is also full of gold - he's still posting Harry Potter related pictures, and they're everything you ever wanted. 12 years later from his role, he's still going. With just a few more tattoos.
In his caption, Ianevski writes, "Little #harrypotter and #viktorkrum#together." But wait, that's all we get? We have so many questions. Did this little Harry Potter know who Krum was? Or is Ianevski hanging out at the mall, posing for pictures with Potter fans? We demand to know.
Ianevski talks about his time on the set of Harry Potter, and a plot twist that director David Yates had at one point cooked up for his character, Hermione, and Krum. "[Yates] invented a new story that wasn’t in the books, a love triangle between Viktor Krum, Hermione, and Ron."
"[B]ut that was cut out of the film because it obviously didn’t fit with all the horrible things that happen in the last book," he explained. Apart from the fact that the love triangle wasn't in the books, Yates eventually thought that the storyline was too dark. Yeah, we don't need someone stealing away Hermione from Ron. He'd already been through a lot.
"We did a new dance scene, I sort of stole [Hermione] from Ron,” he said. “She remembered our old times, Viktor was acting like a gentleman again, happy to see her, she was happy to see him. Ron was sitting on the side, was jealous, and then Viktor took her to the dance floor.”