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Before it all ends on Friday with the release of The Deathly Hallows Part 2, the Harry Potter franchise had one last task to overcome.
No, not finding another Horcrux; rather, surviving one more press conference. Even professionals call Rupert Grint by his wizarding name Twice during the press conference attendees referred to Rupert Grint as "Ron." Thankfully, he didn't seem to mind the slips of the tongue all that much.
It's something I grew up knowing, and there's a process that happened gradually. In a way, I guess that's a blessing." Though Ron really wanted to kiss Hermione, the same could not be said for Rupert Grint and Emma Watson The big kiss between Ron and Hermione is handled with a deft touch in The Deathly Hallows, something made all the more impressive because of the reluctance of the two stars involved.
"I've known Emma so long, we were dreading this scene," Rupert Grint said.
The last place I want it to go: a lot of children." Fortunately, tragedy was averted. "There was something about that that made me feel really uncomfortable.
I think there will always be a bit of Ron in me for the rest of my life." Emma Watson gets noticed everywhere Being a main character in one of the biggest film franchises in history has its obvious pluses, but also some minuses."I find it hard to recall anything about it, I think it has been erased from my mind." Many young Harry Potter fans are scared of Tom Felton While Rupert Grint and Emma Watson possess many of the same qualities as Ron and Hermione, star Tom Felton couldn't be more different from his character, the villainous Draco Malfoy. "Sorry, I can't do that," Felton said, before relenting with a laugh. " Matthew Lewis's Deathly Hallows hero moment almost came with real-life casualties One of the best moments in The Deathly Hallows happens when the much-maligned Neville Longbottom gets to prove his Hogwartsian worth by swinging the Sword of Gryffindor.For starters, he's hella charming, especially when recalling how young fans would react to him during set visits over the years. "I nearly killed somebody with the sword," said Matthew Lewis, who enjoys beefed-up screen time in Deathly Hallows: Part 2 as Neville. If you see [the sword] in the museum -- if it's going to be in the museum -- it's dented and bent."I feel fortunate in that I've never really known what it's like to have total freedom and anonymity.It's not as though I had it, and all of a sudden it got taken away from me.
"It was when I was in a shanty town in Bangladesh, and a boy stopped me in the street and said, 'You're the girl from Harry Potter!