PopSugar TV have compiled a new video of '10 Things You May Not Know' about the Harry Potter cast with a series of interview clips from the past ten years. The video includes clips of Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) mentioning published poetry he has written under a different name, Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) on stealing things from the Harry Potter set and an extremely old clip of Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) about the now famous story of his Harry Potter audition in rap form. You can find the video at this link or embedded below:
Thanks Leaky for posting this video. Nice to hear some of the odd things that they have said or done. Those three are going to go far in life no matter what they decide to do. Hopefully we will see them more in films since they all are great actors/actresses.
woohoo, yeah we all know twilight sucks
Personally, I think that it is an abomination that Daniel Radcliffe would dare to compare Stephenie Meyer’s sad excuse for a story to the entire wizarding world that Jo Rowling has created. The Harry Potter franchise- and mania that goes with it- is so far beyond the Twilight trend. They are not in competition- they are nothing alike- and anyone reading this article should know better. Radcliffe should know better.
Wow. Nothing there i didn’t know.
I mean, I know Quidditch would hurt to film, but it makes me a bit sad to know that he hated filming those scenes. I’m kind of wondering what name Dan wrote his poetry under… :)
I hate Twilight. BTW Awesome video.
Daniel Radcliffe wrote his poetry under the pen name Jacob Gershon. Jacob is his middle name; Gershon is the Hebrew version of his mother’s maiden name, Gresham.
Thats cool. great video
vid was pretty neat :]
Great Video!!! I know a few of 10 Things on the video. Really good.
HA! This is great! I can’t believe that Quidditch is no fun to film though!
How could you not take a souvenir?!
These were great little facts. I can’t believe Quidditch was his least fun part to film!
"You didn't hear anything I care about, Potter. But while I've got you here..."[br]And he stamped, hard, on Harry's face. Harry felt his nose break; blood spurted everywhere.[br]"That's from my father."
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