Emma Watson just can't catch a break from her kiss-and-telling co-stars. First, Daniel Radcliffe tells the world that she kisses like an animal and now Rupert Grint is saying that kissing her was "okay." What's a girl gotta do?
She shares an on-screen kiss with Daniel in the first installment of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," out Friday (Nov. 19), and with Rupert in the franchise finale. A lip-lock that he's telling People, "doesn't feel right."
"It sounds crazy, Emma's amazing," Rupert explains. "I've seen her grow up and known her since she was nine. It just doesn't feel right."
As for Hermione's passionate snogging session with Harry, Daniel tells The Huffington Post it was not at all what he expected.
"I thought it was going to be like a soft, sensual sort of moment," he recalls. "She really went for it, I have to say. It caught me off guard."
Even director David Yates is getting into it, saying "That was mainly Emma, I have to say" regarding the ferocity that is the Harry and Hermione kiss.
If we were Emma, we would be about ready to throw down with these three! Need they be reminded of how many men would go to the ends of the earth to steal a kiss from the young actress?
"I'm not complaining," says Daniel. "Many men would lose a limb to be in that position, so I was absolutely fine with it."
Fans can watch Emma give Daniel a tongue bath in theaters now, but we'll have to wait until July to witness the awkwardness that is Rupert Grint.
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