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11-Mar-2020 16:49

Bonnie Wright joined her screen brother Rupert Grint at the premiere of his latest project - TV series Snatch.

The actress, 26, who played Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter series, posed with Grint — who played her older brother Ron — at the after-party in Los Angeles.

Rupert Grint, the now 27-year-old actor who portrayed the red headed wizard in the “Harry Potter” films, claims his famous kissing scene with Emma Watson was awkward, to say the least. His latest film, “Moonwalkers,” was released earlier this month.

Just last week, Emma Watson reached out to some of her old cast members to invite them to the premiere, demonstrating that their magical love for one another will never go away.

Grint, 28, stars in the gritty new Crackle series about hustlers who stumble into organised crime, a spin-off of Guy Ritchie’s 2000 film.

Directed by The Musketeers’ Nick Renton, the brand new series will also star Gossip Girl’s Ed Westwick and Dougray Scott.

They are accompanied by a married Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson), proving that the ginger got the upper hand on The Boy Who Lived in the greatest wizard love triangle of all time.

But it wasn’t days of wine and roses for Ron and Hermione… The young actor who established himself as Ron Weasley in every Harry Potter film attended a special ceremony in Orlando, Florida in celebration of the film series and it’s legacy.

Just last week, Emma Watson reached out to some of her old cast members to invite them to the premiere, demonstrating that their magical love for one another will never go away.Grint, 28, stars in the gritty new Crackle series about hustlers who stumble into organised crime, a spin-off of Guy Ritchie’s 2000 film.Directed by The Musketeers’ Nick Renton, the brand new series will also star Gossip Girl’s Ed Westwick and Dougray Scott.They are accompanied by a married Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson), proving that the ginger got the upper hand on The Boy Who Lived in the greatest wizard love triangle of all time.But it wasn’t days of wine and roses for Ron and Hermione… The young actor who established himself as Ron Weasley in every Harry Potter film attended a special ceremony in Orlando, Florida in celebration of the film series and it’s legacy.Grint hasn’t been a fixture of the big screen like his fellow Potter alumni Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson but has been treading the boards on Broadway.