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Like, ‘Oh my God.’ I can’t really remember anything apart from that.” And the duo didn’t bother to practice the highly-anticipated moment. It was such a huge moment and there was so much expectation. Quite a lot of pressure actually.” Watson has spoken out about locking lips with her co-stars in the past. It’s been deeply heartening that the the former Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley have all been doing realy well to super great since the "Potter" film series ended in 2011.

Lord knows it’s difficult to escape the shadow of Ron Weasley. Even if Grint did nothing but loose variations on a Ron Weasley type for all eternity, that would be fine.

(And he did just that in the nutty faking-the-moon-landing romp "Moonwalkers.") For the record, he has tried to expand his repertoire. He’s the sadist you can’t wait to see get stomped by monkeys in “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.” He’s an arrogant snot in “Belle.” He’s a Roman jerk in the Biblical film “Risen” (pictured, on the right).

Thanks to all the buzz around the West End play (and the near impossibility of getting tickets before the apocalypse), it's no wonder that the rumour mill went into overdrive at the possibility of a film adaptation., journalist and historian Jim Hill, who apparently has good contacts in the film departments at Disney and Universal, said: "I have heard that Warner Bros has actually had conversations with [Emma], with Rupert, and, of course, Daniel about back in September, he said: "I'm never going to close the door, that would be a stupid thing to do."But I think I'll be happy enough and secure enough to let someone else play it."At the moment it's not even a concern because I'm too young to play the character, but even in 10 years' time, I would still feel strange about going back to it." is a play by Jack Thorne, directed by John Tiffany.

The production at the Palace Theatre in London focuses on the boy wizard's youngest son, Albus Severus – played by Sam Clemmett – as he struggles to deal with his dad's legacy while living in his shadow.

Since he was relieved from “Potter” duty, he’s done a few big films: “Woman in Black,” “Victor Frankenstein,” “Now You See Me 2.” But he’s largely pursued his own eccentric interests.

First and foremost is “Swiss Army Man” (pictured, on the right), aka the movie where one of the richest actors on the planet played a farting corpse. Robert Pattinson Don’t forget: RPatz’s first huge movie was “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.” He wasn’t in the background of some random Hogwarts main hall shot either — he was Cedric Diggory, the student who’s tragically killed by a newly awakened Voldemort.

They are like my brothers.” She added: “Dan and I could sort of have a laugh about it.

and romance, you probably think of Harry and Ginny Weasley, Hagrid and Madame Olympe Maxime, and of course, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger.

He was the doomed protagonist of “Ex Machina.” He’s been a key part of “Frank,” “The Revenant,” “Brooklyn,” and he’ll soon be seen as the author of “Winnie the Pooh” in “Goodbye Christopher Robin,” opposite Margot Robbie. Rupert Grint We’re rooting for Rupert Grint, and not just because of his awesome name.

In fact, you should probably learn how to pronounce his very Irish first name now: It’s DOH-null. Of the three "Potter" leads, he's had the most relaxed (read: not too big) career since, and he seems like a laidback, charmingly strange guy. Grint was often the most enjoyable of “Potter”’s central trio; of anything in those films, we miss his reliably goofy reaction shots the most.

“I never look back at that scene,” Grint told People on Friday at Universal Orlando’s Celebration of Harry Potter event.

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