Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe worked together for years on the Harry Potter movies, and now Watson--aka Hermione in the films, is dishing on her friendship with the Hogwarts wizard.
According to a report from Celebuzz, the pair describe their friendship from being akin to a brother and sister type of relationship to Radcliffe being the leader of the pack. Both actors were recently interviewed for Vogue magazine, and had some very interesting things to say about each other.
Emma Roberts saw Daniel Radcliffe as a leader of sorts during the filming of the Harry Potter movies.
"He understood what his role was, not just as an actor but as the leading man in this enormous franchise. And I think that was almost more important in a way. He held it all together. I am very grateful for him," she says.
Radcliffe, on the other hand, sticks to the brother and sister relationship scenario, rather than touting himself as a leader.
"We would also help each other with relationship advice; particularly funny were the moments when we would help each other compose texts to the most recent flames in either of our lives (not too flirty, but not too subtle either!). It was certainly a case of the blind leading the blind, but it was extremely funny," Daniel Radcliffe explains.
Regardless of how each views the relationship, it does seem like a wonderfully strong friendship blossomed between Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe--something that might not have been afforded these two young actors had they not had the opportunities to do the Harry Potter movies.
Is either Emma Watson or Daniel Radcliffe afraid now that the filming has finally ended, that their friendship won't remain strong?
That doesn't seem likely. Each has their own projects for the future--with Emma Watson filming the movie The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and Daniel Radcliffe will star in the 2012 film The Woman in Black. The two will undoubtedly call, tweet or text one another frequently--keeping each apprised of details like new loves, filming locations, and celebrity appearances. After all, isn't that what friends are supposed to do?