Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley in the “Harry Potter” establishment, said as of late that there were “sparks” between his previous co-stars Emma Watson and Tom Felton during their years on set together.
Rupert Grint is tolling in on the amicable connection between his “Harry Potter” co-stars Emma Watson and Tom Felton. According to the actor, Emma Watson and Tom Felton hit it off when the cameras weren’t rolling!
The more significant part of the youthful cast grew up together on the set over ten years and eight movies together. Watson, 29, and Felton, 32, remained companions throughout the years and have quite a stronger bond.
Rupert revealed: “There was always something. There was a little bit of a spark.” During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the 31-year-old on-screen character said Watson (who played the affection intrigue Hermione Granger to his Ron Weasley) might have eyes for Felton, who played enemy Draco Malfoy. When asked if he could ever see his co-stars dating, he responded, “Yeah, I could. There was always something. There was a little bit of a spark.”
“We were kids,” Grint justifies. “It was like any playground romance. “Between sort of the ages of 10 and 12, I had a terrible crush on Tom Felton,” Watson had previously admitted. “We love a bad guy, and he was a few years older, and he had a skateboard.”
Indications that the pair could attach have charmed Harry Potter fans, a large number of whom like to allude to the couple by their mixed character names ‘Dramione’ or ‘Felton.’