Emma Watson Looking Forward to Filming Ron/Hermione Scenes from Silver Doe Chapter for “Deathly Hallows”

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Dec 12, 2008

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Actress Emma Watson has given a new interview to MTV, where she discusses the upcoming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows movie. Noting she has not yet discussed with co-star Rupert Grint the romance and kiss their characters share, Emma Watson is most looking forward to filming another scene between the couple: the emotional reunion that takes place in Chapter 19, “The Silver Doe.” Quotage:

“The scene that really touched me is Ron’s betrayal of Hermione, him
leaving her. There’s that wonderful scene where he comes back and
Hermione just launches herself at him and starts hitting him and is
uncontrollably angry at him and disappointed in him for abandoning her.
I’m looking forward to that because it felt very real when I read it.”

She also goes on to remark on the events and future of the couple we learn in the epilogue. “I was thrilled really. Ron was the right person for her to be with. I
think it was amazing that they had kids. It was perfect.”





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