Dan has the hardest job because Harry on the page is the most difficult, the most nebulous. He’s just perfect, I think.
Rupert is just a genius. I don’t think anyone ever needed to tell him how to play Ron. He’s just known. Comedically he’s just spot on. You couldn’t teach that.
一 JK Rowling
« They were both very nervous. Emma's very smart she decided if she was going to avoid 27 takes she was going to get it right first time. We're about to run and I just see Emma brace herself and see that conviction she's got where she goes not going to mess around here this is it.
Rupert hadn't quite reached that same point and I don't think he was expecting it and then she just went for it »
Rupert Grint may be earning raves from the cast and crew of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 for his skills as a dramatic actor in the final film, but he’s still got his eccentric side. Take, for example, his farewell gifts to his fellow actors when the movie wrapped in June: trumpets.
He doesn’t play the trumpet and neither do they. “It doesn’t make sense to me,” Grint admitted with a laugh.
“I engraved them,” he added. “Just a little message to both of them. I actually hand-engraved them. I got an engraving kit.”