'Harry Potter' Kissing Scene 'Tricky' For Rupert Grint

'We had to look like we wanted to do it, when in reality we really didn't,' he tells MTV News of lip-lock with Emma Watson.

While fans have long been waiting for Ron and Hermione to lock lips in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2," Rupert Grint and Emma Watson have said that it was not so much fun to film the highly anticipated scene. And, according to Grint, it was not any easier watching said kiss on the big screen -- "especially in 3-D."

MTV News caught up with the "Harry Potter" star over the weekend, and he seemed to find it just as difficult discussing the scene now as he and Watson did after they filmed it in 2009. In fact, Grint couldn't even remember how many takes of the kiss they had to go through before director David Yates finally yelled, "Cut!"

"I have no memory of that day. I've kind of erased it," Grint said. "I think it was about four."

After seven films of buildup, Grint's Ron Weasley and Watson's Hermione Granger finally culminate the romance that has been budding since their characters first met inside the Hogwarts Express. But as Hermione and Ron grew to love one another romantically, Watson and Grint became more like brother and sister, making the snogging scene all the weirder for them.

"It was a tricky one, because it had to be believable. We had to look like we wanted to do it, when in reality we really didn't," Grint said. "We were soaking [in the scene], and that kind of made it a little bit easier, I think, because it was kind of this outburst of adrenaline."

When [article id="1615730"]MTV News chatted with Watson[/article] about the kiss back in 2009, she echoed similar uncomfortable sentiments. In fact, she said she was so nervous during the first take of the kiss that she ended up pouncing on Grint in order to get the scene over with.

"The only good side to it was the fact that we were both in the same boat," Watson said. "We were both just like, 'Oh my God, I can't believe we have to do this. This is so awkward. Really awkward.' So I could take comfort in the fact that Rupert felt the same way. We were both giggling. We were like 12-year-olds. We were like giggling children, where you just couldn't keep it together."

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