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‘My 12-year-old self would say yes, but my 21-year-old self, no.’ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two premieres in Trafalgar Square tomorrow and the film is released on July 15.
, there's still so much left to the story of the Wizarding world. The book will also debut as a play in London, so get your tickets for the Hogwarts Express ready!
The ranking is arbritrary because, really, they’re all winners. Emma Watson By sheer numbers, the onetime Hermione is the clear winner here.
Radcliffe has yet to pop up in a single David Cronenberg film; the former Edward Cullen has done two (“Cosmopolis” and “Maps to the Stars”). Domhnall Gleeson Like Pattinson, Gleeson — the son of Brendan, who played Alastor “Mad-Eye” Moody in three “Potter” episodes — isn’t a major character in the franchise.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.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.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.