Emma Watson Couldn’t Wait for 1 ‘Harry Potter’ Scene to Be Over

Harry Potter movies star Emma Watson looks over her shoulder in a white dress
‘Harry Potter’ alum Emma Watson | Taylor Hill/WireImage

Emma Watson did not enjoy having to kiss her ‘Harry Potter’ co-stars

Throughout the years, Watson hasn’t been shy about sharing how awkward she felt while filming certain scenes in Harry Potter. Certainly, the Little Women actor wasn’t happy about having to kiss her co-stars,

To say that Emma Watson shot a lot of scenes for Harry Potter would be a gross understatement. The actor spent a full decade filming the wildly popular movies. Because she was a part of the golden trio, she was featured in the overwhelming majority of all eight films. Overall, Watson really enjoyed and appreciated working on the movies. However, there were some scenes that she couldn’t wait to be done with.

‘Harry Potter’ alum Emma Watson | Taylor Hill/WireImage

Emma Watson did not enjoy having to kiss her ‘Harry Potter’ co-stars

Throughout the years, Watson hasn’t been shy about sharing how awkward she felt while filming certain scenes in Harry Potter. Certainly, the Little Women actor wasn’t happy about having to kiss her co-stars, Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe. As she’d grown up with her fellow actors, she considered them to be brothers. So, naturally, having to kiss them made for an awkward moment. But still, there was one scene that was even worse than her kissing scenes.

The movie star recalls the scene that she couldn’t wait to be over

Fans will recall that in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2, Ron, Harry, and Hermione make a daring escape from Gringotts on a dragon. Eventually, they choose to drop into a lake before the dragon notices their presence. While the scene is visually stunning, it was challenging to shoot weather-wise. Watson, Radcliffe, and Grint had to drop into a lake in the middle of winter in England.

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“The lake wasn’t heated, and because we had to get changed as part of the next scene, we couldn’t wear anything underneath,” Watson recalled to JoBlo. “I was lucky. I had my bottom half with some thermals on, but I was like, ‘This must be a joke.’ It was so cold. I think Rupert thought at one point that his heart had stopped beating. I hate being cold more than anything, so that was my most memorable day. I was like, ‘I can’t wait for this to be over!’ We spent pretty much the whole of [Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows —] Part 2 soaking wet.”

Filming ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2’ was particularly challenging for Watson

It seems that Watson isn’t kidding about hating being cold. She admits that filming

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