She explained: ‘Kissing Dan, kissing Harry in that scene was a figment of Ron’s [Grint] imagination of the worst possible thing he could ever imagine so the kiss had to be passionate.‘I was half-naked and covered in paint so that was pretty awkward.’ Watson added that kissing Rupert was just as bizarre.Viewers will likely find the movie emotional on two levels, because the story itself has tragic elements and because its release marks the end of a decade-long film series.Even though the actors finished filming the movie more than a year ago, they said there were still scenes in "Deathly Hallows, Part 2" that made them fight back tears.“The producers actually came to me about six months ago and asked me,” Tom told . Matt Lewis & Emma Watson — Emma’s been completely open about her longtime crush on Tom Felton back when the series kicked off.
Bonnie Wright & Jamie Campbell Bower — Before JCB ever hooked up with Lily Collins, he was actually an engaged man.He’s been honest about it on more than one occasion, but later moved on to say how she’s like a sister to all of them.Neither Emma nor Matt admitted to anything more between ’em… Rupert Grint said that, despite the fact he's seen the movie twice, he had to walk out of the theater during the London premiere last week. It is really sad," he told MTV News."There's a scene where all three of us are on the bridge after the battle, the castle is on fire ...there's a weird parallel between that and our lives.Spoiler alert: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" is a tearjerker.While fans already expect to walk into the theater Friday with a box of tissues in hand, the "Potter" stars were a bit surprised to find that watching the final film in the series could bring them to tears — or at least make them choke up.The actress revealed both smooches were ‘equally awkward’ but after the initial discomfort, she started getting bored.She said at a press conference to promote Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two: ‘It was obviously hard to put our personal history to one side because we did grow up together but I think they don’t mind me saying, if you’ve done this once, four or five times kissing gets quite boring.’ The actress had to kiss Radcliffe in the first part of Deathly Hallows and has to pucker up to Grint in the latest – and final – movie.In an interview with FHM, he hinted that both he and Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry Potter, had tried to win favour with Granger, but declined to comment on which of the two was more enamoured with her. The 20-year-old, who suffers from severe arachnophobia, also spoke about the more "terrifying" aspects of fame.He added: I’ll be honest with you: it’s not something I’d say I’m dreading. “It’s taken me years to get used to being recognised in the street," he said.