The world may think Emma Watson is a stone cold fox, but her costars have more than a little trouble seeing her that way. In Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, the latest Potter installment, there are some hot and heavy makeout scenes with Emma and her costars. But hearing them tell it, the whole thing was a bit like making out with a family member.
Rupert Grint tells People:
“It was actually okay. It was just the anticipation. Neither of us were looking forward to it.”
Mnn. That sounds hott. He went on:
“It sounds crazy, Emma’s amazing. I’ve seen her grow up and known her since she was nine. It just doesn’t feel right.”
Meanwhile, Daniel Radcliffe was playing along with the storyline, telling interviewers that their makeout was hot. But then he got in trouble with Emma for saying she was a makeout animal.
When apppearing on the show Daybreak this week, Daniel was actually asked if Emma was a bit of an animal. According to Radcliffe:
“I said ‘Yes’, and then it was like I’d said it.”
That got him in a bit of trouble:
“Emma hit me on the arm as soon as we came off the red carpet (at the film premiere) and said ‘What have you been saying to people about me?’”
Emma was certainly not smitten with her onscreen makeout time. She tells TVGuide:
“It was like some weird social experiment.”