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Emma Watson was just nine-years-old when she took her first train ride to Hogwarts as Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. A decade later, the $5.4 billion success of the big screen versions of J. K. Rowling’s best-sellers has brought magic to her career.
Parade’s Jeanne Wolf talked with the 20-year-old about reaching the end of a fantastical journey. Plus, how Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint became her on-set love gurus.
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Rupert Grint finally one-ups Daniel Radcliffe with some show stopping lip-locking of his own in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Ron Weasley’s new gal pal unleashes a kiss that is a lot more passionate than Potter’s in the last film.
Grint got a kick out of allowing Ron to plunge into a teen romance, but Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf found out that making out is not his favorite thing to do in front of cast and crew.
“It was quite intense. Ron’s new girlfriend, Lavender, kind of attacks him. I had only really just met Jessie Cave, who plays her, and suddenly, we were kissing up a storm. I was quite worked up about it because we’re in the middle of a huge crowd…”
Emma Watson had even more fun the sixth time around as Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. In the midst of the dark battle for supremacy in the wizard world, there’s a whole lot of teen romance going on.
Hermione comes a little closer to declaring her love for Ron Weasley—and has a jealous fit when he gets a juicy kiss from another woman. Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf found out that Watson didn’t complain about not getting a kissing scene.
“I think Rupert, Daniel and I kind of have an unbreakable bond. We’ve been through a totally unique experience together and that does really cement friendships for life. We’re always texting…”