“I wrote the Hermione/Ron relationship as a form of wish fulfillment,” she says. For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione ended up with Ron.” Predicting her fans’ responses, she added, “I know, I’m sorry. The “Harry Potter” author took part in an interview, conducted by Hermione actress Emma Watson, for entertainment mag “Wonderland.” Though the issue doesn’t come out until next week, British newspaper “The Sunday Times” obtained and printed a few excerpts that say she thinks Hermione should have ended up with Harry Potter, instead of his red-headed best friend.Ron watches in horror as his two pals, naked and covered in silver glitter, swap a whole lot of spit. It is a bit like kissing your sister," Radcliffe admitted. Early on, in an attempt to escape some Death Eaters, the Order of the Phoenix hatches a plan to create, via a nifty potion, multiple versions of Harry — all of whom then have to strip down and dress in Potter's duds. Rowling] said to me, when she came to see 'Equus' [a play in which he stripped naked], 'I'm going to write you naked in the seventh film now.' I said, 'That's a joke! " Check out everything we've got on "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1." For young Hollywood news, fashion and "Twilight" updates around the clock, visit Hollywood Crush. Later, Harry doffs his clothes and dives into a freezing pond to fetch the Horcrux. "I'm just continually stripping in this film," Radcliffe laughed. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" I think J. Rowling did it because she didn't want 2 of the main characters falling in love with each other. Also, if you pay close attention, in the first 2 books it seems like Harry and Hermioni..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect.
I thought it Harry and Hermione got along with each other more like siblings.
It's been years since the love triangle between Harry, Hermione, and Ron was the most pressing news of the day for the tween set, but, it's now been revealed, there was a point when even the actors could hardly contain their excitement.
PHOTOS: Harry Potter stars then and now According to a new Buzzfeed roundup of "mind-blowing" movie facts, Rupert Grint, who played lovable pal Ron Weasley in the blockbuster franchise based on J. Rowling's books, had to be kicked off the set of the movie after he was "laughing too much" during a kissing scene between Hermione (Emma Watson) and Harry (Daniel Radcliffe).
"I've just been getting into so much trouble with Emma about this, because apparently I said in an interview that she was like an animal," Radcliffe told us.
"I thought it was going to be a kind of a slow, sensual thing, and Emma really went for it." The scene takes place rather late in the film, when Ron (Rupert Grint) is in the midst of fighting off a darkly magical Horcrux that manifests hallucinations of his greatest fears — one being the prospect of Harry (Radcliffe) and Hermione (Watson) making out. It was vigorous." He added, "For me, I wasn't too freaked out. I think it generally is a bigger deal for girls." The scene was just one in which Radcliffe had to strip down to his skivvies.