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Currently starring as Arthur Kipps in the adaptation of Susan Hill’s The Woman In Black, Radcliffe has recently been cast as gay poet Allen Ginsberg in thriller Kill Your Darlings.
Emma Watson might not have gotten the role of Hermione had it been up to her. All the food you see in the great hall scenes is 100% real.
Rupert, Daniel and Emma Watson first met in 2000 when they were cast as Harry, Ron and Hermione in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, going on to star in a total of eight movies together over ten years.
After more than a decade of friendship it has always been presumed the trio were just as close as their on-screen counterparts, with all three seemingly the best of friends during public appearances to promote the film.
Last year Grint was even snapped wearing a t-shirt bearing Radcliffe’s face , supporting his co-star during Daniel’s stint in Broadway musical How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.
But now it appears their perceived closeness is something of a myth, with Radcliffe admitting reports of their off-screen friendship have been exaggerated.
In 2010, Tom along with a few friends launched Six String Productions.
Actor best known for playing the wizard-in-training Harry Potter in the landmark Harry Potter film franchise."For the first two movies, I had a huge crush on Tom Felton. Always a gentleman, Tom Felton has kept mum on the whole matter, but while interviewing him at the recent premiere of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood, I went all Rita Skeeter on him and asked if the feelings were mutual. "Sorry I'm being a bit aloof with my answers."Mhhhmmm. We are really good friends now, and that's cool."I mean, who can blame her, right?‘There’s this idea that Emma, Rupert and myself are the best of friends who always hang out together.’I’m just going to put out there, Emma and I text all the time but Rupert and I never text each other, we never see each other,’ he revealed to the Daily Mirror.
He added: ‘If I see him every six months or so, it’s a friendly “hello, how’s things with you” but that’s about it.’While the news is bound to come as a disappointment to Harry Potter fans, Radcliffe’s comments aren’t that surprising given his recent attempts to distance himself from the franchise which made him famous.
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