We take comfort from physical contact and it makes us happy. In an even more practical sense, a married couple that does not enjoy each other physically is going to have a very hard time with the more mundane aspects of sharing a bathroom and a bed for sixty or more years. "I've just been getting into so much trouble with Emma about this, because apparently I said in an interview that she was like an animal," Radcliffe told us."I thought it was going to be a kind of a slow, sensual thing, and Emma really went for it." The scene takes place rather late in the film, when Ron (Rupert Grint) is in the midst of fighting off a darkly magical Horcrux that manifests hallucinations of his greatest fears — one being the prospect of Harry (Radcliffe) and Hermione (Watson) making out. It was vigorous." He added, "For me, I wasn't too freaked out. I think it generally is a bigger deal for girls." The scene was just one in which Radcliffe had to strip down to his skivvies.
In another post-series interview, Rowling admitted that she “seriously considered” killing Ron off.But would Harry Potter wave his wand and wish for a different ending for Harry, Ron and Hermione?Daniel doesn’t think so.“I was perfectly happy with the way everything ended,” he said.“I felt like Harry and Hermione would have been a bit of a predictable way to go, if anything.“It definitely wasn’t something I thought needed changing.”Although Dan is happily dating actress Erin Darke who he met while filming Kill YOur Darlings in 2012, he doesn’t seem much preoccupied with the complexities of love and romance.She has sworn to remain at his side during his final quest to rid the world of Voldemort.
She even attempted to explain the mysterious ways of girls to him when he was fifteen. Sex is, in fact, the characteristic that defines the difference between a platonic relationship and a romantic one. It's been years since the love triangle between Harry, Hermione, and Ron was the most pressing news of the day for the tween set, but, it's now been revealed, there was a point when even the actors could hardly contain their excitement.