Emma Watson’s Body Double Shares How It Felt to Punch Draco Malfoy

Flick Miles, Emma Watson’s body double for Hermione Granger, has talked about what it was like to punch Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) while making Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Even though the Harry Potter series came to an end almost a decade ago. The fans’ love and support for the books and movies will always keep them alive.

The Harry Potter movies are made up of eight major blockbuster films. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which came out in 2016, was a spin-off of the series. The magic of the wizarding world and the dynamic chemistry between the famous trio. Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger – quickly won over fans. The third installment, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, is now just a few weeks away from coming out.

The three main characters and the only one who is a woman are Hermione Granger. A member of Gryffindor’s house and a close friend of Harry and Ron. It was Granger’s clever mind and sense of right and wrong that kept the trio alive many times in near-death situations in all eight movies. When Granger learned about Time-Turner, it made it possible for her and Harry to save Hagrid’s hippogriff. Buckbeak, and Harry’s godfather, Sirius Black (Gary Oldman), in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Watson was just eleven years old when she made her first movie, and she became a star in her childhood. She has a long and impressive career even today.

After the Harry Potter series ended, she went on to star in live-action Beauty and the Beast and Greta Gerwig’s Little Women, both of which were very good. Recently, Miles, one of Watson’s body doubles, has talked about how she had to punch Draco Malfoy in Prisoner of Azkaban. She spoke about how it was to film that scene. On the Scottish Daily Express, Miles said that she and Emma Watson filmed the Harry Potter scene.

Miles claims that she had never thrown a punch in her life before the movie. There is a good chance Miles’ point was not good enough for them to keep, so they kept it in Emma’s. Many people don’t like to do sports. Before this, I’d never thrown a punch in my life. The team told me to go for it, so you said, “Oh, okay.” A great scene, isn’t it? A lot of times. We both shoot a scene, and they just put it together to make it look better.”

“Our hands didn’t touch his face. It was more like a pass to him, and he made the response. To Tom, it was also very funny, Miles went on”. “In real life, Tom isn’t like Malfoy at all. He’s very different. He is such a nice person, so I think he was a little happy that the character was put in his place a little”. Miles went on to say that she thinks the scene in which “Hermione finally stands up for herself” is very important.

For many fans, that scene was inspiring because they saw a female protagonist stand up for herself and speak her mind. This needs to be shown more on screen, an act of defiance, and it should be shown more often. Finally, fans will get their next dose of magic soon, as Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore comes out next month.

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