The friendship sparked rumors of romance that both have denied.Millions of men around the world would kill for a chance to lock lips with Hermione Granger — too bad Ron Weasley wasn’t one of them. Whereas Rupert’s a bit more quiet so I didn’t really know what he was thinking which made me a bit more nervous.” Grint was at the three-day Wizarding World of Harry Potter event with former co-stars Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom), Katie Leung (Cho Chang), Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley) and Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood).“I’ve known Emma since she was literally 9 years old and we had this very brother-sister relationship. I have a memory of her face getting closer and closer. Like, ‘Oh my God.’ I can’t really remember anything apart from that.” And the duo didn’t bother to practice the highly-anticipated moment. It was such a huge moment and there was so much expectation. and romance, you probably think of Harry and Ginny Weasley, Hagrid and Madame Olympe Maxime, and of course, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger.You’d also probably think that the moment Rupert Grint, playing Ron, got to kiss Emma Watson, playing Hermione, was a memorable one for the actors. ‘I’ve known Emma since she was literally 9 years old and we had this very brother-sister relationship. I have a memory of her face getting closer and closer.
“I never look back at that scene,” Grint told People on Friday at Universal Orlando’s Celebration of Harry Potter event.
(born 24 August 1988) is an English actor and producer.
He rose to prominence playing Ron Weasley, one of the three main characters in the Harry Potter film series.
Previously, JK Rowling herself has admitted that she regrets pairing Ron and Hermione together, saying they would have needed relationship counselling and that her heroine should have ended up with Harry. It was a choice I made for very personal reasons, not for reasons of credibility.
Rupert Grint, the lovable Ron Weasley from "Harry Potter," takes on a new role as executive producer and the posh character Charlie Cavendish in the new scripted Crackle series, "Snatch." ”It was really exciting," he told Fox News at the premiere in Los Angeles on Thursday. I mean I didn’t take a huge role in the producing, but it was kind of [a] more exploratory kind of thing.” He said producing the TV show based on the 2000 film by the same name showed him a “different perspective.” “And I learned a lot, and it’s definitely something I would like to do more of,” he revealed.
The series remains a big part of Grint’s life, and he is still in close contact with his Potter castmates. "We shared such a unique experience together, from such a young age. I think Bonnie [Wright, who played Ginny Weasley] is here. That only us really, really know." Crackle's "Snatch" focuses on a group of twenty-something, up and coming hustlers who stumble upon a truck load of stolen gold bullion and are suddenly thrust into the high-stakes world of organized crime.