In the movies, Harry marries Ginny and Hermione marries Ron. The dynamic between Harry and Hermione, on the other hand, is much closer onscreen than it was on the page, and there are several moments when it appears that the two might actually get together.
Godric’s Hollow contains one of the most tragic scenes in any Harry Potter film. Harry visits his parents’ graves with Hermione for the first time since they were murdered.
When Hermione Only Hugs Harry
Hermione triumphs over the Basilisk by running down the Great Hall to meet Harry and Ron at the end of Chamber of Secrets. She awkwardly shakes Ron’s hand after throwing her arms around Harry.
When Hermione Defends Harry
Many of Ron’s lines are cut from the films, or given to Hermione in this case. In Prisoner of Azkaban, she defends Sirius, saying, “If you want to kill Harry, you’ll have to kill us, too.”
When Harry Tells Hermione He’s Leaving
Half-Blood Prince’s final scene shows Harry as a Hogwarts student for the last time. Dumbledore tells Hermione that he has no plans to return after his death. He intends to track down the Horcruxes and finally defeat Lord Voldemort.
When Harry Protects Hermione
In Prisoner of Azkaban, with Ron incapacitated in the Hospital Wing, it’s up to Harry and Hermione to save the day. They attempt to save Sirius while avoiding Professor Lupin in his werewolf form by travelling back in time with the Time-Turner.
The Second Task
The Second Task involves locating the item that each champion would most miss at the lake’s bottom. In both the books and the film, Ron is Harry’s, while Hermione is Krum’s, thanks to their brief encounter in the first Harry Potter film.
Dancing In The Tent
For some fans, some of the Harry Potter book-to-movie differences seem pointless, but this isn’t one of them. Harry, depressed by Ron’s departure and frustrated by the Horcrux hunt, takes Hermione by the hand and invites her to dance with him.
When Hermione Offers To Go With Harry
In Deathly Hallows Part 2, Harry is forced to do the unthinkable: walk to his death voluntarily. He knows that his death is the key to killing Voldemort after discovering he is the final Horcrux.
When Hermione Sticks With Harry
In Deathly Hallows Part 1, Ron is frustrated and enraged by the Horcrux’s influence, and he abandons both Harry and Hermione. It’s a low point in the friendship between the three boys, with both boys hurling insults at each other until Harry tells Ron to leave.
Hermione’s Yule Ball Entrance
At the Yule Ball, Hermione gets her own Cinderella moment. As she descends the stairs in a lovely pink gown, it’s a true coming-of-age moment for her character, as everyone begins to see her in a new light.