Emma Watson admitted that Rupert Grint’s comments in Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Back to Hogwarts They took her by surprise.
In a particularly emotional moment, Grint had her touched by saying that the films meant they would always be in touch with one another.
“We are a family,” Grint told him, “and we always will be.” “It’s such a strong bond, we will always be a part of each other’s lives.” After a hug, Grint said to Watson “I love you”. A second later, he added, “Like friends,” which made them both laugh.
Watson said, contemplating the moment Vogue magazine In a new interview: “When Robert says something, he really means it. It surprised me how weak and gentle he was deciding to be in public.”
He also said that this was the “most exciting” part of doing the reunion special that aired on HBO Max in the US and on Sky in the UK.
Speaking about his struggle with fame during the reunion, Watson said, “It was around the time of the Order of the Phoenix When things started getting difficult for all of us.”
Grint later said, ‘I had similar feelings for Emma too, thinking what life would be like if I ended it. We never talked about it. I think we were just going through it at our own pace, we were in the moment at that point. with similar feelings.”
In another part of his conversation with Vogue magazineWatson was asked how often the trio, who played Harry, Ron, and Hermione for a decade, speak up.
He revealed, “They both hate WhatsApp and their phones in general.” “Actually, as a threesome, we really try to stay away from electronics, so that doesn’t help us get a lot of contact. We’re not in a group chat, but we talk one-on-one.”
Watson also revealed that Grint had sent him pictures of his young daughter and that the three were “trying to stay out of the spotlight”. He also said he’s talking to his co-star Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy “most weeks.”