-- including the likes of Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and John Travolta -- before the iconic part was given to Tom Hanks, who would go on to win the Best Actor Academy Award the following year. And on the last day of filming for 1997 smash hit , it turns out that someone put PCP in the clam chowder, sending 80 members of the cast and crew to the hospital!
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‘We’d just been soaked by an enormous bucket of water which hurt., which we had to pretend we didn’t know was going to happen but we knew was coming.
It's been years since the love triangle between Harry, Hermione, and Ron was the most pressing news of the day for the tween set, but, it's now been revealed, there was a point when even the actors could hardly contain their excitement.PHOTOS: Harry Potter stars then and now According to a new Buzzfeed roundup of "mind-blowing" movie facts, Rupert Grint, who played lovable pal Ron Weasley in the blockbuster franchise based on J. Rowling's books, had to be kicked off the set of the movie after he was "laughing too much" during a kissing scene between Hermione (Emma Watson) and Harry (Daniel Radcliffe).She explained: ‘Kissing Dan, kissing Harry in that scene was a figment of Ron’s [Grint] imagination of the worst possible thing he could ever imagine so the kiss had to be passionate.‘I was half-naked and covered in paint so that was pretty awkward.’ Watson added that kissing Rupert was just as bizarre.
The actress revealed both smooches were ‘equally awkward’ but after the initial discomfort, she started getting bored.
She said at a press conference to promote Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two: ‘It was obviously hard to put our personal history to one side because we did grow up together but I think they don’t mind me saying, if you’ve done this once, four or five times kissing gets quite boring.’ The actress had to kiss Radcliffe in the first part of Deathly Hallows and has to pucker up to Grint in the latest – and final – movie.