For many, Harry Potter was an important part of childhood - bringing magic, wonder, laughs, and a few tears. Although there have been other additions to the Wizarding World, nothing has quite met the love that the original movie series gathered.
Fans have been dying for more context about the beloved movie series and for more interactions between the castmates. Luckily, HBO Max granted this wish with a 20th-anniversary reunion that brought back some favorite characters. At the heart of the reunion was, of course, Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, Emma Watson as Hermione Granger, and Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley.
Seeing the trio back together again delighted fans, and some of what was said during their interviews has reignited old interest in certain Harry Potter scenes.
Specifically, the kissing scenes.
The World Collectively Let Out A Cry Of Glee When Ron And Hermione Finally KissedPhoto: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 / Warner Bros. Pictures
However, Interviews In The New 'Return To Hogwarts' Reunion Have Revealed That These Kiss Scenes Were Not Something The Cast Enjoyed Filming... At AllPhoto: Charlie Boyle / HBO Max
Even At A Young Age, They Rejected The Idea Of Kissing Each OtherPhoto: Moviefone
As They Got Older, The Feeling Of Repulsion About Kiss Scenes Did Not ChangePhoto: Meme Guy
Interestingly, Although Emma And Daniel Did Have A Kissing Scene, Their Kiss Seemed To Garner Less Attention Than Emma's Kiss With RupertPhoto: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 / Warner Bros. Pictures
Even Though It Was Awkward And There Was A Bit Of Teasing, It Was Treated More As A Learning ExperiencePhoto: Pinterest