Rupert Grint Says ‘Harry Potter’ Co-Stars Emma Watson, Tom Felton Have Chemistry Together

"Harry Potter" fans rejoice now. It seems that Draco and Hermione not only had on-screen spark, but also off-screen.

Rupert Grint, aka Ron Weasley, spilled the beans about the relationship between Emma Watson and Tom Felton over the sets they were together during the filming of the hit magic-themed flick.

"There was always something" Grint commented as he was interview by Entertainment Tonight.

"We were kids. It was like any kind of playground romance. I didn't have any sparks. I was spark-free," the 31-year-old actor said and added that he didn't want to "start with anything."

In a recent cover story from Vogue UK, Watson revealed that she is still single, although she chooses to use the word "self-partnered."

Tom Felton then made a remark regarding that term she used and laughed as he said, "I like it! It's the first I've heard of it, but it's great. I'm in the same category, to be honest with you, quite happily self-partnered."

"Harry Potter" fans went wild when they saw Tom and Emma in a photo together in August 2019 playing the guitar in their pajamas. Felton captioned the post "Quick Learner x," suggesting that he was teaching Watson how to play the guitar.

   
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In 2012, Watson said that she liked Felton when they were younger during an interview in the "Jonathan Ross Show,"

"Between the ages of 10 and 12, I had a terrible crush on Tom Felton. We love a bad guy, and he was a few years older, and he had a skateboard. And that just did it. He used to do tricks on it. He was so cool," Emma said.

The two remained friends over the years, with Emma calling Tom a "dear friend."

This epic romance, however, will be something for Hollywood if those sparks they had turn into something.

A Harry Potter Revival?

Harry Potter has been quite a big movie with eight installment series and thus covered a massive portion of their lives.

If there would be a revival of the films, however, they said they weren't considering it. 

When Daniel Radcliffe heard the rumors, he appeared mortified. He spoke to Sky News and said he was "very doubtful" playing his character once again after the final two films. 

"I think 10 years is a long time to spend with one character," Radcliffe said. 

For them, it has been the awkward stages of their teenage life, which is why Grint chose not to watch them once they were released. 

Grint only just recently watched the first few series, saying, "It was an amazing period of our lives, but I don't think any of us would be keen to jump back into it. But never say never."

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