We were soaking [in the scene], and that kind of made it a little bit easier, I think, because it was kind of this outburst of adrenaline.” takes place in the Chamber of Secrets right after Ron and Hermione use a basilisk fang to destroy one of Voldemort’s horcruxes, Helga Hufflepuff’s cup. “We were both just like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe we have to do this. Really awkward.’ So I could take comfort in the fact that Rupert felt the same way,” Emma said. Meanwhile, Hermione the perfectionist couldn’t help but worry over whether she did it right.This causes a large wave of water to rush into the room, and Ron and Hermione share a passionate kiss after they survive the ordeal. Do you think Emma Watson and Rupert Grint did a good job hiding their discomfort in the kissing scene below?As an actress, model and activist, it’s no surprise that her dating timeline doesn’t lack in length or variety.“It was a tricky one, because it had to be believable,” Grint said. Misery loves company, and Emma said that she took comfort in knowing that Rupert hated filming the scene just as much as she did.“We had to look like we wanted to do it, when in reality we really didn’t. The co-stars were even able to laugh at the extremely high level of discomfort that they shared while shooting the scene. We were like giggling children where you just couldn’t keep it together.” According to Rupert Grint, the worst part of the kiss for him was having to look at Emma Watson for a moment after their awkward lip lock.
According to the actor, kissing Emma Watson made him downright miserable. “I’ve known Emma since she was literally 9-years-old and we had this very brother-sister relationship.” Rupert Grint revealed that he and Emma Watson were under a lot of pressure to get the kissing scene right, which likely just compounded his misery.
Rupert seemed pretty relieved that he and Emma were able to get it done in just one take.