“It's funny, they've both gone completely opposite ways. At the beginning Rupert was very confident, really chatty, very outgoing, and Dan was the quiet shy one," The Daily Mail quoted Watson as saying. “I remember at the first press conference, he was so overwhelmed by the whole thing. Now, you can't shut Dan up. He's telling jokes, he's got this incredible energy. Rupert's gone quiet. He's much more reserved," she added.
“We are like siblings. If I'm feeling a bit anxious or I need to talk something over with someone, Dan's the one I'll go to. Rupert's the guy I go to when I want to be relaxed and have a good laugh," the 20-year-old actress said. But it is from the grown-up actors on the Potter set that she feels she has learned most. “I learned from Emma how to behave on a set. She remembers everyone's name, she's incredibly courteous and considerate, and she makes everyone laugh," she said.
Watson also confessed that a much-talked-about love scene with Radcliffe in the latest film caused some terror. “I was a bit nervous. I think that David [Yates, the director] didn't want us to get too nervous so he only told us a day before we were going to do it, which helped. But at the same time I felt a bit panicked," she said.