SheKnows has emailed to let us know that they have interviewed Daniel, Emma and Rupert about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.  Read some segments below and the full interviews at the links.


SheKnows: We heard that you had to leave the Harry and Hermione kissing scenes because you were laughing so much, is that true? Actually, I was sent out. They were wearing this silver body paint. It was all really surreal [laughs].

SheKnows: Well, Daniel was sent away when you kissed Emma. Yeah, he was [laugh

SheKnows: The locket scene was really scary, how easy or difficult for you was it working with the green screen to provoke such strong emotion? It’s a big moment for Ron. It’s the rare moment for Ron to stand up like he did and be a bit of a hero by destroying the Horcrux. There’s a lot going on there with the Horcruxes projecting all Ron’s insecurities about his family and his thing with Hermione, it was really cool scene to do. It was kind of hard to react to nothing. I couldn’t see anything. It was nice to do that with Ron.


SheKnows: There was a time that you might have walked away from the Harry Potter films. Now that you’re enrolled at Brown University, people are thinking you’ll walk away from acting. Clearly, that’s not true, but what is on your agenda for the future? I want to be a Renaissance woman. I want to be good at lots of different things. I thrive on variety. I just love doing things that are new. It’s really exhausting when people are like, “You’re giving up. It sounds like you’re never going to act again.” No, it’s not like that. I just really want to finish my education, and I’m just taking it slow, you know? I’m just not diving into anything. I’m just taking care of feeling out my options and making sure that whatever I do next is going to be the right thing. I just did a small movie called My Week with Marilyn, which is a Weinstein production with Eddie Redmayne, Michelle Williams. It was only a couple days shooting, but it went really well. So yeah, I’m just trying to find the right [things].


SheKnows: At what point did you discover Harry Potter was going to have to dance? David sort of mentioned it to us. He said, “I want there to be a scene with you and Emma dancing.” And I was like, “Uh, um, okay fine. Was that in the book?” [Laughs] “Okay, whatever David. Okay fine.” But then he said we were going to get a choreographer in. I was thinking, really? Because if it’s just me and Hermione dancing, it shouldn’t really be choreographed, should it? It seemed like a bit much for two non-dancers to break into sort of a big dance number. And then we eventually did have a few sessions with a choreographer who gave us a vague idea of how to slow dance. It was helpful to me. Then we just sort of made it up as we went along. When I watched the film for the first time, I watched it with a friend of mine. When the Nick Cave song came along, I turned to her and said, “That is the coolest Harry Potter has ever been.” [Laughs] And she said, “Yeah, but that’s not.” And when I started doing my little bat at disco dancing…um, yeah [laughs], I hope I’ve improved by the time I get to Broadway.

Filed Under: Daniel Radcliffe, Deathly Hallows, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint