Harry Potter star Rupert Grint, who plays Ron in the hugely successful movies has described his character’s kiss with Emma Watson’s Hermione as a possible anticlimax for dedicated fans who have anticipating the moment for almost a decade.
“Such a small, small moment,” Grint told The Observer of the moment in the film which will hit cinemas worldwide later this month. “Yeah, that’s going to be a bit of an anticlimax.“
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 will mark the end of a ten year run for the hugely successful franchise, which has time and time again smashed box office records, and captured the hearts of many fans worldwide. However, it seems it’s not just the fans who will be sad to let Potter go.
“It was when I saw Dan [Radcliffe] crying … then it really hit me. I’d never seen him that upset. It was just really, really raw,” Grint said of the last day on set, which reduced him to tears, and in the same interview described getting over the end of the series as “like grieving.“
The final movie is set to be released July 15th in the UK, with the world premiere on the 7th in Leicester Square, London, which will be streamed live on YouTube.
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