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“A lot of people think there’s something going on [between me and Emma Watson] because I have to kiss her on film soon. I’ll be honest with you: it’s not something I’d say I’m dreading. Emma’s a pretty girl. Have Daniel or I ever hit on Emma? Well, she’s quite popular with the cast. As for who has the worst crush on her – me or Radcliffe – I’d rather not say.” Rupert Grint.

“Rupert’s very laid back.”… “He’s actually quite shy. I know that’s hard to believe, but he’s less comfortable than Dan. Dan’s the entertainer, the performer. He’s very comfortable with an audiance. He’s very good at interviews. He’s very articulate. He likes to get a laugh whereas Rupert’s a bit more shy, and it takes longer to get to know him. That doesn’t mean that Rupert is any less a nice guy. He’s the one to watch because he will lull you into a false sense of security, and then he’ll come out with an absolutely killer one-liner and have everyone roaring with laughter. He’s a very good comedian in that sense….” Emma Watson.

“’He is an endless inspiration to me,’ he says of his friend. ‘Professionally, he is a phenomenal actor and he doesn’t take anything as a given. In between films he is doing ­acting classes, anything he can to improve himself.‘He is exceptionally polite, terrifically good with names and he hates people who are rude. ‘But more than anything else he is exceptionally passionate. I can be on set for two weeks and be bored of going over the same scenes. He will have been there nearly two months solid and still be over the moon about filming the next day.” Tom Felton.

“Me and Tom on this film have had a great time,” Radcliffe says. “We’ve actually grown quite close on this film, as well. We really get on very, very well. That’s been lovely. From what I can see, Tom has given a really, really great performance that is very in queue with what is in the script rather than what I suspect might be in the next one.” Daniel Radcliffe.