- Harry and Hermione kissing in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1(HIGH DEFINITION)
- Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson share 'Harry Potter' kiss
Harry and Hermione kissing in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1(HIGH DEFINITION)
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Harry Potter fans typically fall into two camps: those who believe that J. Rowling did the right thing by pairing Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger together at the end of the books, and misguided fools those who believe that Hermione would have been better off with Harry himself. Has everything we've ever come to believe been a lie? Anyway, in case that wasn't heartbreak enough, Rupert Grint now corroborates with his own spin on the situation. Apparently he didn't like kissing Emma Watson, who played Hermione to his Ron in the films. And it just felt very surreal.
The actress who plays Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series revealed that the romantic scenes with both Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint were "equally awkward". She told the press conference which was held at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel: "Kissing Harry in that scene was a figment of Ron's imagination of the worst possible thing he could ever imagine so the kiss had to be passionate. She described her onscreen romance with Ron Weasley as just as bizarre: "it's obviously hard to put our personal history to one side, considering that we did grow up together. Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley described the scenes was "really weird" because he had known Watson for so long. He told ITV Daybreak: "It sounds crazy because of course she's lovely and I'm sure loads of guys are just really jealous, but it just really felt weird for some reason. Just because I've known her for so long — since she was like nine years old. Grint also confessed all three of the film's main stars burst into tears as they filmed the final scenes in the long-running series.
What he got was torrid necking, Watson working magic with her lips "like an animal," he said. It caught me slightly off guard, but yeah, I'm not complaining. Many men would lose a limb to be in that position, so I was absolutely fine with it," Radcliffe said in an interview. Opening worldwide this week, the film casts Harry and best pals Hermione Granger Watson and Ron Weasley Rupert Grint out into the world to fend for themselves, and the journey puts severe strain on their friendship. Under the spell of an artifact containing part of evil nemesis Voldemort's soul, Ron is sent into a jealous rage by a vision of Hermione, the girl he loves, and Harry taunting him as a third wheel in their relationship. Hermione and Harry then turn to each other and do some kissing that looks positively bestial. The first take was too tame, and Yates said he told the actors it needed to be more "pagan and mad.
And while Harry Potter has clearly lost none of its magic, but it has got a whole lot sexier. Raunchy: Daniel Radcliffe with co-star Emma Watson's dream scene involved a topless kiss during filming. And while the blue dream scene conceals the year-old Ivy League student's modesty, it is still very suggestive. The short scene shows Hermione played by Watson vigorously kissing Harry in a fiery embrace with her hand cupping his chin, before moving it down his arm. But, in an attempt to distract Ron from his aim of destroying the Horcrux, Voldemort torments the teenager by the image of Harry and Hermione kissing - playing on the jealousy Ron has been feeling about his friends' relationship. Getting all the action: Daniel Radcliffe also kissed actress Bonnie Wright.
Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson share 'Harry Potter' kiss
Prepare for some fluff. Harry Potter has a surprising number of kisses we all looked forward to when we made the journey to the theater.
Grint's character Ron Weasley and Watson's Hermione Granger finally final instalment, 's Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
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