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Chemistry in HBP + possible nude Dan/Emma scene in DH

December 12, 2009 @ 4:15pm · 0 comments
TONS of Emma news relating to the upcoming and highly anticipated release of Deathly Hallows, part one to be released next November. A new rumor is floating around that director of Deathly Hallows, David Yates, has revealed that there MAY be a sexual nude scene between Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson. This of course, without giving TOO much away unless you've been living in a hole and have NOT read Deathly Hallows, is a way to torment Ron when he is faced with destroying a horcrux.

In the upcoming movie, Yates explains, a monster tortures Harry’s friend Ron (Rupert Grint) with images of Harry in some sort of tryst with Hermione Granger (Emma Watson), with whom Ron is passionately in love.

“We’ll create something that feels very sexy and very intriguing to bring about a reaction in Rupert,” Yates told the Telegraph of the scene.

The imaginary love scene isn’t the only time Radcliffe will have to take his clothes off.

Yates adds, “There is another scene in King’s Cross station, where Harry almost dies and sees Dumbledore. In that scene, he will also be naked.”

Additionally (yes, there's more!), there is a new article online from Bangor Daily News discussing the chemistry between Dan, Emma and Rupert in Half Blood Prince.

“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” DVD, Blu-ray: The sixth film in the “Potter” franchise finds the actors possessing their best chemistry yet. David Yates directs from Steve Kloves’ script, itself based on J.K. Rowling’s book, and what they created is a fine segue out of most of the awkwardness of adolescence and into the throes of young adulthood. A good deal of the movie is unsettling and intense, more grounded and rich than any other film in the series. This time out, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) must deal with not only the fact that romance is entering into their lives, but also that Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) is increasingly giving himself over to a dark side that will threaten them all if he fully embraces it.

Thanks, as always, to the lovely Anna over at Canon Love! smile
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