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Wednesday 17 September 2014

Emma Watson wanted killer film kiss

Emma Watson

Emma Watson knew she needed to "kill" her kissing scene as soon as she read the "beautiful" script.

The actress stars in The Perks of Being a Wallflower which follows the story of a shy freshman who is taken under the wings of two seniors.

Emma strikes up a romantic relationship with Logan Lerman's character Charlie and the British star says she wanted to do the kissing scene justice in the movie.

"I mean, when I read our first kiss scene, it's so epic. It's like the most beautiful scene I've ever seen written on a page," she told MTV News.

"And it was like, 'Oh, we're going to have to kill this one!' Like, it's so good, I wanted to do it justice. And it's so emotional and we're both so vulnerable in it, but the main thing was I get to do it with Logan.

"He makes me feel so safe, so it's going to be fine, which made it fine."

The Perks of Being a Wallflower also stars Ezra Miller as Patrick. The actor admits that some of the low key scenes were hardest to shoot.

"I feel like we had trouble on some really easy scenes. Like, you remember when we were doing the last scene in the diner?" he mused. "For some reason, we were just all tired and it didn't feel right again and again."

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