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During an interview with The Huffington Post – an outlet that sounds like it could also be a news service in the wizarding world of Harry Potter -- Grint was asked where his character might be today.And instead of painting a rainbow of hope, he steered toward despair."I've just been getting into so much trouble with Emma about this, because apparently I said in an interview that she was like an animal," Radcliffe told us."I thought it was going to be a kind of a slow, sensual thing, and Emma really went for it." The scene takes place rather late in the film, when Ron (Rupert Grint) is in the midst of fighting off a darkly magical Horcrux that manifests hallucinations of his greatest fears — one being the prospect of Harry (Radcliffe) and Hermione (Watson) making out. It was vigorous." He added, "For me, I wasn't too freaked out. I think it generally is a bigger deal for girls." The scene was just one in which Radcliffe had to strip down to his skivvies.
“I decided a long time ago to be open about everything in my life so when photos appeared of me and Rosie together I confirmed we were dating and it put an end to the rumours.” Related: Attitude magazine speaks up for bullied gay youth As well as the Harry Potter films and Kill Your Darlings, Radcliffe has starred in both West End and Broadway plays – like Equus (in which he appeared fully nude on stage) – and horror movies such as the Woman in Black and Victor Frankenstein.The 28-year-old – who has been teetotal ever since beating alcoholism in 2010 – has been dating his Kill Your Darlings co-star Erin Darke since 2012, and last year it was widely reported they are engaged to be married.He has also been romantically linked with other women, such as Irish actresses Laura O’Toole and Rosie Coker.Gay people should have equality in law everywhere.” Radcliffe has also discussed the sex scenes he played in the film Kill Your Darlings, in which he plays gay poet Allen Ginsberg, as well as depicting a gay character falling in love.Despite potentially generating yet more gay rumours, he told Vanity Fair in 2013: “I don’t really see the sex scene in this film as a risk. “I totally understand that people are going to talk about it, because it’s salacious and whatever, but the thing that was much more nerve wracking to me about this film was hitting all those big emotional beats.” He went into detail about the acting in this scene too.