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.
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.
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.
He’s an excitable nerd, and you can sense he’ll only take work that gets appeals to his unusual interests. His murder is the moment the film series went from whimsical kid magic stuff to dark and brooding and sinister.
The ranking is arbritrary because, really, they’re all winners. Emma Watson By sheer numbers, the onetime Hermione is the clear winner here.
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.
As we speak, Watson is the co-star of the live-action “Beauty and the Beast” redo, the highest grossing film of 2017 so far, and presently the 17th highest grossing film of all time.
And she’s also top-billed in “The Circle,” the new Internet drama in which she shares the screen with Tom Hanks and John Boyega.
But it had a happy ending: Three years later, Pattinson became that lusty bloodsucker Edward Cullen.
And like Radcliffe (and his "Twilight" chum Kristen Stewart), he made sure to craft an outside-the-box career soon as his own franchise had ended.
(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).