That’s the problem with having such a crappy screen-writer. He’s pretty crappy.
I’m sure he also felt that he was “catering toward the individual actor’s needs”, which is why he plastered Rupert with stupid physical comedy bits instead of a real character and held comedy back from Dan. But you see, that was wrong on two levels.
1) Yes, you should consider your actors, and catering to them when they’re younger makes sense. But these kids grew up. And you failed to challenge them.
2) Any actor worth their salt can tell you that Rupert is an emotionally rooted actor, and Dan is an intellectual actor. So Rupert is actually better inclined to channeling drama and Dan is better inclined to produce comedy. I’m not saying they can’t do both, what I’m saying is that, by not allowing them to rise to their full potentials, it stunted them as actors and it stunted the characters they were meant to portray. As we all saw, Rupert was bloody TERRIFIC at channeling inner turmoil in DH Parts 1 and 2, and Dan was bloody TERRIFIC at the comedy bits with Prof Slughorn in HBP.
Steve Kloves—the failing of the entire fandom rests on your shoulders. You were aided greatly, I will note, by director faults. For example, I know that you wrote in Hermione’s slapping of Draco as it was written: a slap. Cuaron changed it to a punch. For all I know, you may have even drafted her mental breakdown in that film. You also wrote several brave!Ron lines that didn’t make the final cut in several films. I know that you’re not entirely to blame.
But you are to blame.
These people are way, way too attractive.
Guys, you need to stop, this is getting out of hand.
“The amazing thing about Rupert is that he’s a very self-contained human being. It’s very rare that you see him get emotional. The minute the camera rolls, he just becomes this other thing and he has so much. I’m like, “Where does that come from?” I remember having to remind myself to keep acting because I just wanted to go, “You’re amazing! That was amazing!” I don’t know where he pulled it from.”
oh..he’s a wonderful man
He is ridiculously attractive in that second gif. Like, DAYUM.
The Harry Potter kids Speak Amuricun again.
This makes me so happy…
ooooooh his faaaaace.
At last I met, talk and hugged Rupert Grint last night of June 27 in Madrid
THIS GIRL. IS THE LUCKIEST GIRL IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD.
I loved how he hugged me tightly and grabbed my hand
I WANT TO DIE. NOW.
SHE’S TOUCHING MY BOYFRAN!
Lucky girl she is…
He’s lovely. I wonder since when she’s a fan of him .
And “I” will get Tom Felton. :I
So effing jealous right now….i’d never let go
These pictures are fantastic.
1) Look at her face. She is just so happy, and when he’s hugging her, she looks like she’s about to cry.
2) He hugs her MULTIPLE times and isn’t bashful or stand-offish at all. He’s kind, smiling, and patient.
Adorable in every sense.
OH GOD DON’T CRY, DON’T—MY TRIO!!! :((((((