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Harry Potter: 10 Scenes That Prove Harry & Hermione Were Soulmates

Throughout the Harry Potter franchise, audiences watched as the main trio of Harry, Hermione, and Ron grew from strangers into life-long friends. In the end, Hermione and Ron got married and had two children while Harry married Ginny Weasley and had three children of their own. While some fans were satisfied with this conclusion, others were left wanting more, especially for Harry.

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After everything they had been through together and all the moments they shared, many felt it would have made sense for Harry to end up with Hermione instead. Despite the fact that they did not get together, there were many scenes over the course of the series that proved Harry and Hermione were actually perfect soulmates.

10 Love At First Sight

Every great movie romance begins with a meet-cute, the adorable and memorable circumstances under which the eventual couple meet. In this regard, Harry and Hermione are no exception. As the Hogwarts Express carried the first-year students to Hogwarts in The Sorcerer's Stone, Hermione met Harry in his cabin while she was trying to help Neville find his missing toad. She noticed his broken glasses and used a spell to repair them.

It is a simple moment that introduced the audience to Hermione's character but also showed the impact she would have on Harry, literally changing the way he would see the world. The same moment was repeated in The Chamber of Secrets when the two were reunited for the first time and she again fixed his glasses.

9 Great Wizard

As Harry prepared for his big showdown with Voldemort and Quirrel in The Sorcerer's Stone, he knew that he would have to do so alone as Hermione tended to an unconscious Ron. Harry knew it was his responsibility to move on by himself. Hermione encouraged him by calling him a great wizard, an even better one than herself.

In doing so, she complimented all the admirable intangible qualities that Harry possessed such as bravery and friendship. The genuine respect and esteem she demonstrated in this scene revealed the way she viewed Harry.

8 Great Hall Reunion

At the end of The Chamber of Secrets, Hermione was healed from being petrified by the basilisk and rejoined her friends in the Great Hall. Hermione ran towards Harry and Ron, eager to greet them. Harry was the first person she greeted, embracing him in a full hug.

While she then had clear romantic tension with Ron and gave him an awkward handshake, her greeting with Harry proved how comfortable and at ease the two were with each other. Despite being behind Ron when they first saw Hermione enter, Harry beats Ron to her, showing that he was just as excited to see her as she was to see him.

7 Moonlit Flight

In The Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry and Hermione used the Time-Turner to go back in time and save Buckbeak from execution and protect Sirius Black from the Dementors. During this adventure, Hermione convinces Harry that he needed to do something to save Sirius Black, rather than waiting for who he thought was his father to intervene.

Harry stepped up and cast the Patronus and saved Sirius Black. Victorious, Harry and Hermione flew across the night sky on Buckbeak's back as Harry explained how he knew he could do it. This was an intimate moment between the two, as Hermione was the only witness to a moment that showed Harry he could grow into being a great wizard like his late father.

6 Grand Entrance

The Yule Ball in The Goblet of Fire provided a scene full of complicated romantic entanglements. Despite attending the ball with Parvati Patil, Harry could not help but remark that Cho Chang looked beautiful in her ballgown. Right after this, Hermione made her grand entrance into the ball with Viktor Krum.

The scene highlighted Hermione as the characters in the movie stopped and appreciated her new look. The camera lingered on Harry's reaction as he was clearly taken aback by Hermione. It is a moment that showed Harry definitely took notice of Hermione as more than just a platonic friend.

5 Shared Heartbreak

After Ron made the match-winning quidditch play for Gryffindor in The Half-Blood Prince, he celebrated by kissing Lavander Brown, causing a heartbroken Hermione to leave the party. Harry chased after her and confessed his own hurt feelings over seeing Ginny with another guy. The two embraced and held each other, comforting one another about their similar circumstances.

It was a moment of friendship, not romance, but it showed just how much they genuinely cared about one another. It was a sweet scene that very well could have ended with Harry and Hermione beginning to fall for one another.

4 Slughorn's Christmas Party

In The Half-Blood Prince, after Harry and Hermione had comforted each other over seeing their crushes with other people, they were both invited to Professor Slughorn's Christmas party. Harry suggested that they go together, and Hermione regretted that she did not think of that before asking Cormac to be her date.

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She also pointed out a girl who wanted to date Harry because she thought he was the Chosen One, to which Harry responded, "But I am the Chosen One." Hermione hit him with a newspaper and brought him back down to earth. This moment highlighted their dynamic and showed that Hermione would be a perfect soulmate for Harry since she was unaffected by his status as the Chosen One.

3 Dancing

In The Deathly Hallows: Part 1, as Harry, Ron, and Hermione were staying in the forest during their quest to destroy the Horcruxes, Ron became jealous of Harry and Hermione's relationship, causing him to leave the group. After Harry noticed Hermione looked especially miserable and anxious due to Ron's departure, Harry invited her to dance.

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For a moment, Harry was able to cheer Hermione up as the two visibly enjoyed dancing together. They rested their heads on each other's shoulders before they locked eyes, looking for a moment as though they might kiss, and then finally separated.

2 Christmas Eve In Godric's Hollow

In The Deathly Hallows: Part 1, Harry and Hermione traveled to Godric's Hollow in search of the Sword of Gryffindor. As they walked arm in arm down the street on Christmas Eve night, they discovered a cemetery.

Upon further inspection, they found the headstone of Harry's parents in the cemetery. Hermione honored them by conjuring a wreath to place on the grave. It was an emotional and intimate moment that the two of them shared together. This scene proved that they were soulmates as Hermione was there to comfort Harry and honor his deceased parents in this powerful moment.

1 Willing To Go With Him

The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 finally gave audiences the showdown they had been waiting for when Harry and Voldemort faced off once and for all. Prior to the final fight, Harry realized that he was a Horcrux and needed to be destroyed before Voldemort could be vulnerable.

As Harry left to go sacrifice himself, Hermione pleaded with him, even offering to go with him. That she would offer to go before the Dark Lord for Harry was a testament to the true love she felt for Harry. This scene of selflessness on both of their parts proved the genuine love shared between Harry and Hermione.

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Harmony

Status of Relationship

Best Friends

Also Known As

H.M.S. Pumpkin Pie, Harmione

For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione ended up with Ron
—JK Rowling[1]

Harmony is the het ship between Harry Potter and Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter fandom.

Canon

Though Harry and Ron initially found Hermione Granger stuck-up and arrogant, the three became best friends after Harry and Ron saved her from a troll in their first year, and she in turn lied to keep them from getting in trouble. Her quick mind was at times the only thing that saved the three friends from potential failure in both life-threatening and every-day situations.

Hermione was always with Harry and was fiercely protective of him, from snapping at Lavender Brown when she doubted Harry's claim that Lord Voldemort had returned, to interceding when Dolores Umbridge was about to use the Cruciatus Curse on Harry. Hermione stood by Harry even when Ron doubted him during the Triwizard Tournament, accepting his story "without question," and when Ron temporarily left them in 1997, despite her own romantic feelings for Ron. Harry, for his part, was quick to defend Hermione against Cho Chang, Draco Malfoy, and others who insulted her, and protected her physically on instinct in dangerous places.

Though their friendship remained entirely platonic, at times their closeness engendered jealousy or curiosity in others, especially those who had feelings for one or the other, including Cho Chang, Viktor Krum, and even Ron. When the two were briefly alone together during the search for the Horcruxes, Harry and Hermione experienced some "charged moments," in which the two "shared something very intense"; however, Harry remained devoted to Ginny.

As Harry himself described, Hermione was one of two of his best friends. It could be further said she was like his older sister, protective and always trying to keep him in line. The two were also close enough to share their feelings with one another before sharing those feelings with their significant other. Through Hermione's marriage to Ron Weasley, and through Harry's marriage to Ginny, Hermione became his sister-in-law, as well as the aunt and godmother of his children.

Quotes

You're a great wizard Harry, you really are.
—Hermione, Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone.
You're brilliant, Hermione, truly!
—Harry.
I'm scared for you.
—Hermione about Harry.
I'll go with you.
—Hermione to Harry.
I wish you were here, Hermione.
—Harry.
You're my best friend, Harry.
—Hermione.
One of my best friends is Muggle-Born. She's the best in our year.
—Harry about Hermione.

Fanon

Although H/Hr is not canon, it still has quite a few shippers. H/Hr shippers tend to be rivals with R/Hr and H/G shippers and, although they do not have as large as a shipper base as they did when the books were unfinished, they have not given up and continue their "insurgency" against the established canon pairings.

Fandom

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TUMBLR
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FACEBOOK
Harmony & Co(18+) on Facebook
FORUMS
harry ♥ hermione @fanforum
LIVE JOURNAL
HarryHermione on LiveJournal
REDDIT
HPharmony on Reddit
WIKIS
Harry/Hermione on Fanlore

Trivia

  • J.K. Rowling, after concluding the series, commented that, in comparison to Ron/Hermione, "in some ways Hermione and Harry are a better fit."[1]
  • The ship is also called H/H, H/Hr, HPHG, H.M.S. Pumpkin Pie, or Harmione in some communities.
  • A vocal Harry/Hermione shipper tends to be called a Harmonian.
  • The combinations of the ships Harry/Hermione, Ron/Luna and Neville/Ginny is called S.S. Dumbledore's Army.

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Hermione Should Have Ended Up With Harry — And J.K. Rowling Agrees

Over the past 20 years, Harry Potter fans have disagreed about, well, everything, but one of the most constant, consistent arguments is over the romantic pairings. While I try not to get too caught up in whether or not Neville and Luna should have ended up together in the end, I am a firm believer Hermione should have ended up with Harry, and I'm not the only one who thinks so. Everyone from J.K. Rowling to Emma Watson agree: Ron and Hermione's happily ever after was one of the series' greatest mistakes.

It has been over a decade since Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows revealed in its epilogue that, 19 years after the Battle of Hogwarts, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley are not only still together, but are married and have a family. I still remember my teenage self getting physically irritated — itchy skin, twitchy eye and everything — that Harry and Hermione didn't find true love together in the end. They could have been the perfect couple, and I'm not just saying that because I am still harboring my childhood crush for Harry, which I totally am. I'm saying that because it is true, and everyone knows it — including Harry, Hermione, and Ron's creator, J.K. Rowling.

"I wrote the Hermione/Ron relationship as a form of wish fulfillment. That's how it was conceived, really," the Harry Potter author said in the interview with Hermione Granger actress Emma Watson for Wonderland in 2014. "For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione ended up with Ron." What's more, Rowling went on to actually admit that Harry and Hermione should have been endgame.

In the same interview, Watson, who plays the brilliant young witch in the films and is as close to a real-life Hermione as anyone can get, agreed that she had her doubts about the pairing. "I think there are fans out there who know that too and who wonder whether Ron would have really been able to make her happy," she says, and she isn't wrong. I am far from the only Potterhead to believe Hermione and Harry would have been a much better couple.

It's not that I hate Ron. In fact, when I first read the books, he was one of my absolute favorite characters. I loved his big, chaotic family and his imperfect life, because it reminded me of my own crazy house. I thought he was the comic relief Harry and Hermione sometimes needed, and despite his most obvious flaws — laziness, selfishness, and stubbornness — Ron was an all around OK dude who I could see myself enjoying a pint of Butterbeer with.

But he's not anywhere near good enough for Hermione.

As Bustle's own Emma Lord points out, Hermione and Ron's coupling wasn't disappointing: it was dangerous. Their relationship is built on the misguided notion that men are mean to the women they like, and as Lord explains, it "speaks to a much larger truth in toxic relationships in which one partner is significantly less secure than the other." Hermione and Ron's romance set a dangerous example for young readers who could interpret their love as #relationshipgoals, when in reality, it was simply a bad match. Even Ron himself — or at least the actor who played him, Rupert Grint — admitted that he believed Ron and Hermione wouldn't last. "I would expect Ron has probably divorced Hermione already," Grint said in an interview with Huffington Post. "I don't think that relationship would have done very well."

The truth is, Harry and Hermione were meant for each other all along. In times of need, they are always there for one another, no matter what. They had mutual respect and admiration for one another, and truly enjoyed spending time together. Unlike Ron and Hermione, Harry and Hermione brought out the best in one another, and constantly pushed each other to do better. Their love story would have been one filled with adventure, romance, and unbelievable achievements, both personal and professional.

But we will never truly know, will we?

What is done is done, and it seems that, although J.K. Rolwing is still cranking out one Harry Potter story after another, she has no intention of correcting her coupling mistake. If anyone is able to create Timetuner, then perhaps Potterheads can use it to travel back in time and convince a young Rowling to do the right thing. For now, there's always fanfiction.

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Harry Potter: 20 Crazy Revelations About Harry And Hermione’s Relationship

The legacy of Harry Potteris told through the lens of three best friends at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, having adventures and trying to defeat the evil within the Wizarding World. The group experiences highs and lows, defeats and triumphs along the way while attempting to take down Lord Voldemort, but they have always stuck together along the way.

While the story is focused on the adventures of Harry, Ron and Hermione together, if a viewer was to look closer into the Harry Potter universe, they would see that there is a deeper connection between two of the three members of the group.

Harry and Hermione have a deep friendship within the group that transcends that of Harry and Ron’s – the boys' friendship is built on loyalty and trust, but Harry and Hermione have built a relationship based on respect and a deep caring for each other. While the relationship is not romantic in nature, it is clear to see that they love each other platonically and have deep feelings about their friendship.

The epilogue of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows revealed that Hermione may ultimately end up with Ron Weasley, but there is no denying the connection that her and Harry has is much deeper due to the experiences that they have shared together.

Here are 20 Crazy Revelations About Harry And Hermione’s Relationship.

20 JK Rowling Admitted They Should be Together

When a ruling is handed down from Ms. Rowling herself, Potterheads need to take it as gospel. Upon seeing the worldwide theory that Hermione and Harry should have been the ones that ended up together, JK Rowling revealed that she was also in favor of the two of them ending up together.

While fans who supported Harry and Hermione as a couple have come to accept this over the years, the flood gates were opened up again when Rowling admitted that she felt Ron and Hermione would require “marriage counselling” throughout their marriage, and that Harry and Hermione were a much better fit together.

19 She Became Godmother to Harry’s Oldest Child

The epilogue of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows gives us an indication of what happened to our favorite wizards and witches after their adventures at Hogwarts. With the craziness behind them, they all settle down into a quiet family life.

Out of all the things that Rowling has revealed about Harry Potter’s life following his exploits at Hogwarts, one of the most heart-warming is that he named Hermione as the godmother to his first-born child, James Sirius Potter.

Due to Harry’s own relationship with his godfather Sirius Black, the title of godparent certainly means a lot to him.

It should not be taken lightly that he gave Hermione this honor. Hermione is undoubtedly the smartest and most responsible person that he has ever met, so this likely made her a shoe-in for the role.

18 Hermione was Dumbledore’s “Chosen One”

The prophecy provided to Lord Voldemort about Harry Potter became the catalyst for the entire series, as it labeled him as The Chosen One. On the other hand, he is not the only “Chosen One” in the group.

After Dumbledore’s passing, he left the trio of friends a number of things in his will, including his personal copy of Beedle the Bard storybooks to Hermione. While the book initially was useless to the group, it would become integral in deciphering Dumbledore’s clues in how to defeat Voldemort.

There is no doubting that Dumbledore and Harry shared a bond, but it appears that Dumbledore trusted Hermione more than either Ron or Harry.

Without her they never would have defeated Voldemort. Hermione is usually pegged as being the brains of the operation, but we can also add on that she was Dumbledore’s personal “Chosen One”.

17 She Kissed Harry Before Ron

The moment that all fans had been waiting for finally occurred during Deathly Hallows when Ron and Hermione shared a passionate kiss during the heat of the Battle of Hogwarts. The kiss that Ron and Hermione shared is certainly incredibly passionate, but she did technically kiss Harry before their big moment.

Prior to Harry partaking in the first task during the Tri-Wizard Tournament, Hermione becomes overwhelmed with emotion for her friend and gives him a kiss on the cheek, catching Harry by surprise.

The two kisses mean entirely different things – her kiss with Harry was platonic and a gesture of luck toward her friend, while her kiss with Ron was passionate and romantic – but if Ron were to have seen it, he would have likely been very upset.

16 Their Matching Middle Names

Sometimes we see that Harry and Hermione are connected at a much more basic level of their relationship. If you strip away all of the magic and adventures, you are left with two normal people who share similar personalities - and middle names.

Harry’s middle name is given to him by his father James, while Hermione’s middle name is Jean.  

There's another another thing they have in common. Harry’s “J” name is very significant to him as it connects him to his father, so much so that he even passes it down to his oldest son.

15 They Share Bellatrix’s Wand

Bellatrix Lestrange has certainly earned her place in the Harry Potter villain Hall of Fame due to the despicable things she has done. She is undoubtedly one of the most deranged witches in the Harry Potter universe.

In contrast, Harry Potter and his friends are possibly the most heroic wizards due to their penchant for fighting and defeating evil. To think that they would share something in common with Bellatrix is uncomfortable to think of, but it is true.

Both Harry and Hermione did a lot of wand trading during The Deathly Hallows, and following a battle at Malfoy Manor they ended up in possession of Bellatrix’s dragon heartstring wand.

14 The Words Cut into Them

Speaking of Bellatrix Lestrange, she is also part of the link that Harry and Hermione share, but it is certainly not a happy memory. Throughout their adventures they both experienced some traumatizing things, and unfortunately they have scars that will not let them forget about it.

Harry’s deranged detention with Professor Umbridge resulted in her applying her unique brand of punishment with a self-harming quill which dug the words “I Must Not Tell Lies” into Harry’s hand. In an even more harmful situation, Lestrange carved the word “Mudblood” into Hermione’s arm in an attempt to permanently scar her with something she considered vile.

Each of these situations is one that they would like to forget, but these harmful words are etched into their memories (and bodies) forever.

13 She Stuck by Harry During the Tri-Wizard Tournament

The argument between Ron and Harry which took place during Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was their first major right. It had readers genuinely questioning whether or not Ron and Harry would ever make up.

While Ron and Hermione had argued before – and even stopped speaking for a period of time – it was almost inconceivable that the two male friends would end their relationship. While they did eventually make up shortly after Harry completed the First Task of the tournament, it's worth noting that Hermione did not leave Harry’s side during the entire fight.

While Ron was off fighting his feelings of jealousy, Hermione stuck by Harry instead of following her husband-to-be.

Through a time where Harry needed assistance finding a strategy to complete a very daunting First Task, Hermione stuck by him.

12 They never had a big fight

It is safe to say that there have been multiple fights within the group which have almost ended their friendships, except for between Harry and Hermione

. Throughout the series, the arguments that involve both Harry and Hermione could only be classified as minor disagreements, which always result in the two of them understanding each other rather quickly without any bad blood left to brew between them.

The closest the came to having a blow-out fight occurred when Hermione confiscated Harry’s new Firebolt broomstick to have it analyzed by Professor McGonagall. This almost resulted in Harry losing his new possession, but he eventually understood her reasoning.

11 Both get Attacked due to Prejudice

Harry and Hermione were both victims of a high form of prejudice during the series. Both instances of them being attacked occurred during Chamber of Secrets, and it introduced us to some of the prejudice which exists in the Wizarding World.

Firstly, during an argument with Draco Malfoy he refers to Hermione as a “mudblood”, which translates to someone who is not a pure-blood and is from Muggle origin.

Secondly, we see the horrified reactions of Harry’s classmates when he begins speaking in Parseltongue, also known as the language of snakes, which shows a parallel between him and Lord Voldemort.

Neither Harry nor Hermione can help these aspects of their personalities or history, yet there are people who attack them personally over them.

10 The Only Main Characters Who Grew Up With Muggles

Speaking of Hermione’s blood status, she and Harry share a very special bond based on how they grew up – they were not exposed to magic until later in life due to being raised by Muggles.

 Hermione grew up with her two parents while Harry was "raised" by The Dursleys. 

In contrast, Ron has one of the most well-known pure-blood families in Britain. While Ron had been exposed to magic from the day he was born, both Harry and Hermione did not learn about it until they turned eleven and received their Hogwarts acceptance letters.

9 She Chose to Stay with Harry in the Deathly Hallows

Not only did Hermione choose to stay alongside Harry during the argument that the two boys had during Goblet of Fire, but she also chose to stay by his side during their biggest argument during The Deathly Hallows.

During their quest to locate and destroy Voldemort’s Horcruxes, Ron became vehemently frustrated about their progress. It resulted in a very large fight which caused Ron to leave the group. During his dramatic exit, he anticipated that Hermione would accompany him, yet she chose to stay with Harry and carry out the mission.

Thankfully the group would end up being reunited, however the fact still remains that her initial instinct was to remain with Harry, not Ron.

8 They Time-Traveled Together

Whether it be the riding on dragons after stealing from Gringotts bank or fighting off three-headed dogs at Hogwarts, the trio of Harry, Hermione, and Ron have seen some unimaginable things during their time together.

Despite all of the things that they have done as a group, there is one experience that only Harry and Hermione share together – they are the only members of the group who have time-traveled.

During their exploits during The Prisoner of Azkaban, Hermione’s used the time-turner to rescue Sirius Black and Buckbeak from their impending doom. While she had used the device on her own many times, she eventually used it with Harry as well.

7 Harry Defended Hermione from Cho Chang

Cho Chang first caught Harry’s eye in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and his feelings for her would only continue to grow over the years, culminating in the two of them going on a date during Order of the Phoenix.

Unfortunately, during Harry’s one and only date with Cho, she began to show jealousy towards his relationship with Hermione and made the assumption that they were romantically involved and even went as far as to insult her.

Harry was quick to defend his friend from Cho’s insults, which put a strain on their relationship.

While Harry and Hermione have never been romantically involved, that has not stopped many others from assuming that they two of them are together.

6 They Always Get Mistaken for Being in a Relationship

Cho is not the only person at Hogwarts to assume that Harry and Hermione are in a relationship together. From Rita Skeeter to Dumbledore himself, they are constantly getting mistaken for being in a relationship.

Due to the intensity of their friendship and all of the hardships they have been through together along with Ron, Hermione is very affectionate with her best friends while they are together.

In addition, Harry and Hermione are always together – even if Ron is not around – which makes it very easy to mistake the two of them for an item. Perhaps the world was just trying to tell them something and they never took the hint.

5 Both are Only Children

With so much of their time spent in the company of the Weasleys and their very large family, it is easy to forget that both Harry and Hermione did not have the luxury of growing up with siblings.

Over the years, both Harry and Hermione became a part of the Weasley family – and Hermione would eventually marry in to it – as Arthur and Molly Weasley would treat them like children of their own.

It must have been very different for them to grow up without siblings. Harry may have grown up alongside Dudley Dursley, but that was hardly a “brotherly love” type of relationship.

4 Both Made Malfoy Bleed

Throughout their years at Hogwarts, Draco Malfoy was always a thorn in the side of the group of friends. Malfoy was always Harry’s antagonist and his worst enemy apart from Voldemort. Unfortunately, Malfoy never really got his comeuppance for all the things he did, with the exception of two notable times that he was left bleeding by two members of the group.

The honor of making Draco bleed belongs to both Harry and Hermione. While Hermione hitting Draco in the face following his repeated provocation during Prisoner of Azkaban is one of the funnier moments of the series, Harry’s situation is much more serious.

While dueling each other, Harry uses a spell he read inside The Half-Blood Prince’s notebook that he has never seen before and causes severe bleeding to Draco’s body.

3 Both Have Felt the Cruciatus Curse

There has been some terrible things which have happened to the group throughout their adventures, but none are as painful as the Cruciatus Curse.

A favorite tool for the Death Eaters as a method of tormnent, Harry receives this curse from The Dark Lord himself during their duel at the graveyard in Goblet of Fire, while Hermione is the recipient following her torture session with Bellatrix Lestrange in The Deathly Hallows.

Both survived the agony, but their screams of pain made fully evident how painful it must have been for them.

Fortunately Ron was never on the receiving end of this curse.

2 Harry Owes Hermione His Life

This may be the understatement of the century, but there's no way Harry would have survived most of the situations he encountersed throughout the series without Hermione’s help.

Hermione’s planning, resourcefulness, and intelligence have saved the group in each situation they’ve been placed in.

As Harry says himself when confronted with how he has survived these situations, “the truth is most of that was just luck. I didn't know what I was doing half the time, I nearly always had help." He's undoubtedly referring to how Hermione has saved him on multiple occasions.

Whether it is her quick thinking in the face of a werewolf or her planning ahead before their exploits in The Deathly Hallows, both Harry and Ron would surely be goners without Hermione.

1 Them Ending Up Together Was Ron’s Greatest Fear

While this whole list has detailed the connection that Harry and Hermione share, there is no denying that Hermione ended up being happy with Ron. Neither of the two of them could stand seeing the other with someone else because of how deeply they felt for each other.

As Voldemort’s Horcrux revealed in The Deathly Hallows, Ron’s greatest fear was that Hermione loved Harry more than him and secretly wanted to be with him. Living in the shadow of “The Chosen One” must have been very difficult for Ron, but he eventually understood that Hermione only had eyes for him and that Harry did not want to be with her.

Thankfully it has all worked out for everyone and both Harry and Hermione are happy even though they are not together.

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Hermione Granger

Fictional character from the Harry Potter stories

Hermione Jean Granger (hur-MY-ə-neeGRAYN-jər) is a fictional character in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. She first appears in the novel Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (1997), as a new student on her way to Hogwarts. After Harry and Ron save her from a mountain troll in the girls' restroom, she becomes best friends with them and often uses her quick wit, deft recall, and encyclopaedic knowledge to lend aid in dire situations. Rowling has stated that Hermione resembles herself as a young girl, with her insecurity and fear of failure.[2]

The character has had immense popularity. The version of Hermione portrayed by Emma Watson in all eight Harry Potter films from Philosopher's Stone in 2001 to Deathly Hallows – Part 2 in 2011 was voted the best female character of all time in a poll conducted amongst Hollywood professionals by The Hollywood Reporter in 2016.[3]

Character development

Hermione Jean Granger is a Muggle-bornGryffindor,[4] who becomes best friends with Harry Potter and Ron Weasley. J.K. Rowling states that she was born on 19 September 1979[2] and she was nearly twelve when she first attended Hogwarts.[5] She is an overachiever who excels academically and is described by J.K. Rowling as a "very logical, upright and good" character.[6] J.K. Rowling adds that Hermione's parents, two Muggle dentists, are a bit bemused by their odd daughter but "very proud of her all the same."[7] They are well aware of the wizarding world and have visited Diagon Alley with her. Hermione was originally intended to have a sister, but the planned sibling did not make an appearance in the first Harry Potter novel and, as Rowling noted, it "seemed too late" to introduce the character after all of that.[7] Rowling confirmed in a 2004 interview that Hermione is an only child.[8]

Rowling has described the character of Luna Lovegood as the "anti-Hermione" as they are so very different.[9] Hermione's nemesis at Hogwarts is Pansy Parkinson, a bully based on real-life girls who teased the author during her school days.[10]

Rowling stated that the character of Hermione carries several autobiographical influences: "I did not set out to make Hermione like me but she is...she is an exaggeration of how I was when I was younger."[6] She recalled being called a "little know-it-all" in her youth.[2] Moreover, she states that not unlike herself, "there is a lot of insecurity and a great fear of failure" beneath Hermione's swottiness. Finally, according to Rowling, next to Albus Dumbledore, Hermione is the perfect expository character; because of her encyclopaedic knowledge, she can always be used as a plot dump to explain the Harry Potter universe.[11] Rowling also states that her feminist conscience is rescued by Hermione, "who's the brightest witch of her age" and a "very strong female character."[12]

Hermione's first name is taken from a character in William Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale, though Rowling has said that the two characters have little to nothing in common otherwise.[13] Rowling said that she wanted her name to be unusual since if fewer girls shared her name, fewer girls would get teased for it[13] and it seemed that "a pair of professional dentists, who liked to prove how clever they are...gave [her] an unusual name that no-one could pronounce."[14] Her original last name was "Puckle", but Rowling felt the name "did not suit her at all", and so the less frivolous Granger made it into the books and movies.[2]

Appearances

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Hermione first appears in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone when she meets Harry and Ron on the Hogwarts Express, where she mocks Ron for his inability to perform a spell to turn his rat yellow. She proves just how much she knows by declaring that she memorized all the textbooks by heart. She constantly annoys her peers with her knowledge, so Harry and Ron initially consider her arrogant, especially after she criticises Ron's incantation of the Levitation Charm. They heartily dislike her until they rescue her from a troll, for which she is so thankful that she lies to protect them from punishment, thus winning their friendship. Hermione's knack for logic later enables the trio to solve a puzzle that is essential to retrieving the Philosopher's Stone, and she defeats the constrictive Devil's Snare plant by summoning a jet of "bluebell flame".[a]

Hermione is the brains behind the plan to enter the place where the Stone is hidden. She responds to Harry's wariness of Professor Severus Snape and is also suspicious of him. She reveals to Harry and Ron that she does a lot of research in the library, which helped her defeat the Devil's Snare and work out the logic of the potions.

Rowling said on her website that she resisted her editor's requests to remove the troll scene, stating "Hermione is so very arrogant and annoying in the early part of Philosopher's Stone that I really felt it needed something (literally) huge to bring her together with Harry and Ron."[2]

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Hermione (along with Ron's mother Molly Weasley and a few female students of Hogwarts) develops a liking for Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher Gilderoy Lockhart as he had written all the books required for the subject of Defence Against The Dark Arts in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. During a morning confrontation between the Gryffindor and Slytherin Quidditch teams, a brawl nearly ensues after Draco Malfoy calls her a "Mudblood", an insulting epithet for Muggle-born wizards when she defends the Gryffindor Quidditch team. She concocts the Polyjuice Potion needed for the trio to disguise themselves as Draco's housemates to collect information about the Heir of Slytherin who has reopened the Chamber of Secrets. However, she is unable to join Harry and Ron in the investigation after the hair plucked from the robes of Slytherin student Millicent Bulstrode (with whom Hermione was previously matched up during Lockhart's ill-fated Duelling Club) was that of her cat, whose appearance she takes on in her human form; it takes several weeks for the effects to completely wear off. Hermione is Petrified by the basilisk after successfully identifying the creature through library research. Though she lies incapacitated in the hospital wing, the information she has found and left behind is crucial to Harry and Ron in their successful mission to solve the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets. Hermione is revived after Harry kills the basilisk, but she is distraught to learn that all end-of-year exams have been cancelled as a school treat.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Hermione buys a cat named Crookshanks, who takes to chasing Ron's pet rat, Scabbers. Before the start of term, Professor McGonagall secretly gives Hermione a Time-Turner, a device which enables her to go back in time and handle her heavy class schedule, though this is not revealed until the penultimate chapter. Much tension comes into play between Hermione and her two best friends; Harry is furious with her because she told McGonagall that he had received a Firebolt, which was confiscated to be inspected for traces of dark magic. Ron is angry because he feels Crookshanks is responsible for Scabbers' disappearance, while Hermione fiercely maintains that Crookshanks is innocent.

While filling in for Remus Lupin in one Defence Against the Dark Arts class, Snape labels Hermione "an insufferable know-it-all" and penalises Gryffindor after she speaks out of turn in her attempt to describe a werewolf when no one else does. She correctly deduces Lupin's secret after completing Snape's homework assignment from the class. Crookshanks proves vital in exposing Scabbers as Peter Pettigrew, an erstwhile friend of James and Lily Potter, who revealed their whereabouts to Lord Voldemort the night of their murders, and was able to wrongly implicate Sirius Black (revealed to be Harry's godfather) in the Potters' deaths. The Time-Turner enables Hermione and Harry to rescue Sirius and the hippogriff Buckbeak.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Hermione is horrified by the cruelty that house-elves suffer, and establishes S.P.E.W., the Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare, as an effort to gain basic rights for them. She is Bulgarian Quidditch prodigy Viktor Krum's date at the Yule Ball of the Triwizard Tournament. The proper pronunciation of her name (Her-my-oh-nee) is interjected into the plot when she teaches it to Krum; the best he can do is "Herm-own-ninny," but she has no problem with it.[2] She later gets into a heated argument with Ron after he accuses her of "fraternising with the enemy" about her friendship with Krum. In the book, Hermione's feelings toward Ron are hinted at when she says that Ron can't see her "like a girl," but Krum could. She supports Harry through the Triwizard Tournament, helping him prepare for each task. At the end of the second task, Krum asks her to come to see him over the summer in Bulgaria, but she politely declines. Near the end of the term, she stops fraudulent tabloid reporter and unregistered Animagus, Rita Skeeter, who had published defamatory material about Hermione, Harry, and Hagrid during the Triwizard Tournament, by holding her Animagus form (a beetle) captive in a jar.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Hermione becomes a Gryffindor prefect along with Ron and befriends Luna Lovegood, but their friendship gets off to a rocky start after Hermione chastises the publication of Luna's father: "The Quibbler's rubbish, everyone knows that." She also lambasts housemate Lavender Brown for believing the Daily Prophet's allegations of Harry fabricating stories of Voldemort's return. Ron and Hermione spend much of their time bickering, likely due to their growing romantic feelings toward one another, but they show continued loyalty to Harry. One turning point in the series is when Hermione conceives the idea of Harry secretly teaching defensive magic to a small band of students in defiance of the Ministry of Magic's dictum to teach only the subject's basic principles from a textbook, with no hands-on practice. Hermione gets an unexpectedly huge response, and the group becomes the nascent Dumbledore's Army. She is involved in the battle in the Department of Mysteries and seriously injured by a spell from Death Eater Antonin Dolohov, but makes a full recovery.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

New Potions professor Horace Slughorn invites Hermione to join his "Slug Club", and she helps Ron retain his spot on the Gryffindor Quidditch team when she casts a confund spell on Cormac McLaggen, causing him to miss his last save attempt during Keeper tryouts. Hermione's feelings for Ron continue to grow and she decides to make a move by inviting him to Slughorn's Christmas Party, but he romances Lavender instead in retaliation for his belief that Hermione had kissed Krum years earlier. She attempts to get even by dating McLaggen at the Christmas party, but her plan goes awry and she abandons him midway through the party. Ron and Hermione continually feud with each other (Ron is upset with her because she set birds to attack him after seeing him and Lavender kissing; Hermione is mostly mad because of her growing jealousy) until he suffers a near-fatal poisoning from tainted mead, which frightens her enough to reconcile with him. Following Dumbledore's death, Ron and Hermione both vow to stay by Harry's side regardless of what happens. A minor subplot in the book is that Hermione and Harry form a rivalry in Potions, as Hermione is used to coming first in her subjects and is angered that Harry outperforms her undeservedly by following tips and different instructions written in the margins of Harry's potions book by the previous owner. Hermione is also the only one of the trio to successfully pass her Apparition test (Ron failed, albeit barely, and Harry was too young).

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Hermione carrying Dobby's corpse.

In the seventh and final book, Hermione accompanies Harry on his quest to destroy Voldemort's remaining Horcruxes. Before leaving on the quest, she helps ensure the safety of her parents by placing a false memory charm on them, making them think they are Wendell and Monica Wilkins, whose lifetime ambition is to move to Australia. She inherits Dumbledore's copy of The Tales of Beedle the Bard, which allows her to decipher some of the secrets of the Deathly Hallows. She prepared for their departure and journey by placing an Undetectable Extension Charm on a small beaded purse so she can fill the infinite depths of the bag with materials they will need. Hermione's spell saves her and Harry from Lord Voldemort and his snake Nagini in Godric's Hollow, although the ricochet snaps Harry's wand. When she, Ron, and Harry are captured by Snatchers, who are on the hunt for Muggle-borns under the Ministry's orders, Hermione disguises Harry by temporarily disfiguring his face with a Stinging Jinx. She also attempts to pass herself off as former Hogwarts student Penelope Clearwater and a half-blood to avoid persecution, but they are recognised and taken to Malfoy Manor. Bellatrix Lestrange tortures her with the Cruciatus Curse in an attempt to extract information on how Hermione, Harry, and Ron came to possess Godric Gryffindor's sword (which was supposed to be safe in the Lestrange vault at Gringotts). Bellatrix orders for Griphook the goblin to inspect the sword and tell whether it is fake or real. To save Hermione, Harry convinces him to lie to Bellatrix that the sword is a fake. When the others escape their cell, Bellatrix threatens to slit Hermione's throat. Hermione, Harry, Ron and the other prisoners being held in Malfoy Manor are eventually rescued by Dobby.

Hermione later uses Polyjuice Potion to impersonate Bellatrix when the trio attempt to steal Hufflepuff's cup from Gringotts. She, Harry, and Ron join Dumbledore's Army in the Battle of Hogwarts, during which Hermione destroys Hufflepuff's cup in the Chamber of Secrets with a basilisk fang, eliminating another Horcrux. Hermione and Ron also share their first kiss during the battle. In the final battle in the Great Hall, Hermione fights Bellatrix with the help of Ginny Weasley and Luna. However, the three of them are unable to defeat Bellatrix and stop fighting her once Molly Weasley orders them to disengage.

Epilogue and later life

Nineteen years after Voldemort's death, Hermione and Ron have two children, Rose and Hugo. Though the epilogue does not explicitly say Hermione and Ron are married, news articles and other sources treat it as a fact. The two children are named Rose Granger-Weasley and Hugo Granger-Weasley.[34][35][36]

In Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, it is shown that Hermoine has become the Minister for Magic, succeeding Kingsley Shacklebolt.

Characterisation

Outward appearance

In the books, Hermione is described as having "bushy brown hair" and brown eyes. Her front buck teeth, already very large, grow uncontrollably in Goblet of Fire after she is affected by a spell cast by Draco Malfoy.Madam Pomfrey attends to her in the hospital wing and, at her request, shrinks the teeth down to a normal size that matches her mouth. In the films, her hair is less bushy and she always has regular teeth.

There is controversy[43] over whether Hermione's skin colour was ever categorically established in the books. Some take as proof a line from Prisoner of Azkaban: "Hermione's white face was sticking out from behind a tree." They interpret this to be a direct description of her skin colour. Others interpret it as a description relative to her usual complexion, arising due to fright and anxiety as she watches Harry Potter's attempt to save the hippogriff Buckbeak from execution. J.K. Rowling herself states that Hermione "turned white" in that she "lost colour from her face after a shock."[43]

Conversely, another description from early in Prisoner of Azkaban can also be cited: "They were there, both of them, sitting outside Florean Fortescue's Ice-Cream Parlour, Ron looking incredibly freckly, Hermione very brown, both waving frantically at him." Some claim that this is a direct description of her skin colour, while others claim that it's a relative description of the results of a tan acquired over the summer break.

Personality

Hermione's most prominent features include her prodigious intellect and cleverness. She is levelheaded, book-smart, and always very logical. Throughout the series, Hermione uses the skills of a librarian and teacher to gather the information necessary to defeat Voldemort, the "Dark Lord". When in doubt, it is to the school library that Hermione always turns.[46] She is often bossy yet unfailingly dutiful and loyal to her friends—a person who can always be counted on. J.K. Rowling stated that Hermione is a person that, "never strays off the path; she always keeps her attention focused on the job that must be done."[47] Despite Hermione's intelligence and bossy attitude, Rowling says that Hermione has "quite a lot of vulnerability in her personality,"[48] as well as a "sense of insecurity underneath," feels, "utterly inadequate... and to compensate, she tries and strives to be the best at everything at school, projecting a confidence that irritates people."[49] During her Defence Against the Dark Arts exam at the end of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Hermione reveals that her biggest fear is failure after a Boggart takes the form of Professor McGonagall and tells her that she has failed all her exams.

Hermione is extremely compassionate and is very quick to help others, especially those who are defenceless, such as Neville Longbottom, first-years, House-Elves, fellow Muggle-borns, half-giants like Hagrid, and werewolves like Lupin. It was revealed by J.K. Rowling after the publication of the final book that Hermione's career in the Ministry was to fight for the rights of the oppressed and disenfranchised (such as House-elves or Muggle-borns). Hermione is also very protective of her friends and values them so much that Rowling has suggested that, if Hermione had looked in the Mirror of Erised, she would have seen Harry, Ron, and herself "alive and unscathed, and Voldemort finished."[50] Hermione has also learned to ignore what bullies such as Draco Malfoy say to her, often preventing Harry and Ron from retaliating and thinking of some way to outsmart him. She accepts her status as a Muggle-born witch, and states in Deathly Hallows that she is "a Mudblood and proud of it".

Magical abilities and skills

Hermione is portrayed during the whole series as an exceptionally talented young witch. J.K. Rowling has stated that Hermione is a "borderline genius."[52] She received ten O.W.L.s, which were nine Outstandings and one Exceeds Expectations. She is the best student in Harry's year and is repeatedly the first student to master any spell or charm introduced in her classes and even from more advanced years, as evidenced when she can conjure a Protean Charm on the D.A.'s fake Galleon coins, which is a N.E.W.T. level charm. She is also the first one of her age to be able to cast non-verbal spells. Hermione is a competent duellist – Rowling has stated that while during the first three books Hermione could have beaten Harry in any magical duel, but by the fourth book Harry had become so good at Defence Against the Dark Arts that he would have defeated Hermione.[55] Hermione did not tend to do as well in subjects that were not learned through books or formal training, as broom flying did not come as naturally to her in her first year as it did to Harry, and she showed no affinity for Divination, which she dropped from her third-year studies. She was also not good at Wizard's Chess, as it was the only thing at which she ever lost to Ron.

Hermione's Patronus is an otter, Rowling's favourite animal. In the Deathly Hallows book, while they enter the Ministry of Magic under disguise, Hermione impersonates Mafalda Hopkirk. It is also stated that conjuring a Patronus is the only thing she ever has trouble with.[60] Her wand is made of vine wood and dragon heartstring core; vine is the wood ascribed to Hermione's fictional birth month (September) on the Celtic calendar.[61]

Reception

Hermione is viewed by many as a feminist icon.[62] In The Ivory Tower and Harry Potter, the first book-length analysis of the Harry Potter series (edited and compiled by Lana A. Whited), a chapter titled "Hermione Granger and the Heritage of Gender," by Eliza T. Dresang, discusses Hermione's role in the series and its relation to feminist debates.[63] The chapter begins with an analysis of Hermione's name and the role of previous characters with the same name in mythology and fiction, and the heritage Hermione has inherited from these characters due to her name. Dresang also emphasises Hermione's parallelism with Rowling herself and how, as Hermione has some attributes from Rowling herself, she must be a strong character.

The chapter also points out the fact that, despite being born to Muggle parents, Hermione's magical abilities are innate. Her "compulsion for study" helps both the character's development, which makes Hermione "a prime example that information brings power", and the plot of the series, as her knowledge of the wizarding world is often used to "save the day". Dresang states that "Harry and Ron are more dependent on Hermione than she is on them." However, she also remarks that Hermione's "hysteria and crying happen far too often to be considered a believable part of the development of Hermione's character and are quite out of line with her core role in the book."[63]

UGO Networks listed Hermione as one of their best heroes of all time, saying, "Most of us can probably recall having a classmate like Hermione when we were in grammar school"—one who "can at first be a little off-putting, but once you get to know her, she's not a bad chick to have on your side".[64]IGN also listed Hermione as their second top Harry Potter character, praising her character development.[65] In 2016 The Hollywood Reporter conducted a poll of Hollywood professionals, including actors, writers and directors, into their favourite female characters of all time, with Hermione topping the poll.[3]

Philip Nel of Kansas State University notes that "Rowling, who worked for Amnesty International, evokes her social activism through Hermione's passion for oppressed elves and the formation of her 'Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare'".[66]

However, in an analysis for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Rowland Manthrope states that "seven books on, we still only know her as swottish, sensible Hermione—a caricature, not a character."[67]

Portrayals

Film series

Emma Watson portrayed Hermione in all eight Harry Potter films. Watson's Oxford theatre teacher passed her name on to the casting agents of Philosopher's Stone, impressed with her school play performances.[68] Though Watson took her audition seriously, she "never really thought she had any chance" of getting the part.[69] The producers were impressed by Watson's self-confidence and she outperformed the thousands of other girls who had applied.[70]

Rowling herself was supportive of Watson after her first screen test.[68] When asked if she thought actors suited the characters, Rowling said, "Yes, I did. Emma Watson in particular was very, very like Hermione when I first spoke to her, I knew she was perfect from that first phone call."[7]

Watson was well-received for the first film; IGN even commented that "from Hermione Granger's perfect introduction to her final scene, Watson is better than I could have possibly imagined. She steals the show."[71] IGN also wrote that her "astute portrayal of Hermione has already become a favourite among fans."[72]

Before the production of Half-Blood Prince, Watson considered not returning,[73] but eventually decided that "the pluses outweighed the minuses" and that she could not bear to see anyone else play Hermione.[74]

Watson has said that Hermione is a character who makes "brain not beauty cool," and that though Hermione is "slightly socially inept," she is "not ashamed of herself."[75] When filming Chamber of Secrets, Watson was "adamant" that she wasn't like Hermione, but she reflects that "as I got older, I realised she was the greatest role model a girl could have."[76] In 2007, before the release of Order of the Phoenix, Watson said, "There are too many stupid girls in the media. Hermione's not scared to be clever. I think sometimes really smart girls dumb themselves down a bit, and that's bad. When I was nine or ten, I would get really upset when they tried to make me look geeky, but now I absolutely love it. I find it's so much pressure to be beautiful. Hermione doesn't care what she looks like. She's a complete tomboy."[74]

Screenwriter Steve Kloves revealed in a 2003 interview that Hermione was his favourite character. "There's something about her fierce intellect coupled with a complete lack of understanding of how she affects people sometimes that I just find charming and irresistible to write."[11]

Theatre portrayal

In Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Hermione is played by the Swaziland-born actress Noma Dumezweni, also known for her work in Linda, A Raisin in the Sun and A Human Being Died That Night.[77] Dumezweni described the role as a "privilege and a responsibility" and said that "we all aspire to be Hermione."[78] The choice of a black actress to play the part led to criticism on social media, which J.K. Rowling described as being by "a bunch of racists", adding that the books never explicitly mentioned her race or skin colour (although she did write in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban "Hermione's white face was sticking out from behind a tree.") and that she has been portrayed as black in fan art.[43] Dumezweni herself called the backlash "so unimaginative",[79] stating that "So many young actors and actresses have told me that they’re so pleased I’m playing Hermione because they can see a version of themselves on the stage."[80]

Dumezweni received praise for her performance; The Independent commented that she "did a tremendous job as the stern witch."[81] At the 2017 Laurence Olivier Awards, Dumezweni received the Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her portrayal of Hermione.[80]

In popular culture

Hermione has been parodied in numerous sketches and animated series. On Saturday Night Live, Hermione was played by Lindsay Lohan.[82] On his show Big Impression, Alistair McGowan did a sketch called "Louis Potter and the Philosopher's Scone". It featured impressions of Nigella Lawson as Hermione.[83] In 2003, Comic Relief performed a spoof story called Harry Potter and the Secret Chamberpot of Azerbaijan, in which Miranda Richardson, who plays Rita Skeeter in the Harry Potter films, featured as Hermione.[84][85] Hermione also features in the Harry Bladder sketches in All That, in which she appears as Herheiny and is portrayed by Lisa Foiles. The Wedge, an Australian sketch comedy, parodies Hermione and Harry in love on a "Cooking With..." show before being caught by Snape.[86] Hermione also appears as Hermione Ranger in Harry Podder: Dude Where's My Wand?, a play by Desert Star Theater in Utah, written by sisters Laura J., Amy K. and Anna M. Lewis.[87][88] In the 2008 American comedy film Yes Man, Allison (played by Zooey Deschanel) accompanies Carl (Jim Carrey) to a Harry Potter-themed party dressed as Hermione.

In Harry Cover, a French comic book parody of the Harry Potter series by Pierre Veys (subsequently translated into Spanish and English), Hermione appears as Harry Cover's friend Hormone.[89] Hermione also appears in The Potter Puppet Pals sketches by Neil Cicierega and in the A Very Potter Musical,A Very Potter Sequel, and A Very Potter Senior Year musicals by StarKid Productions played by Bonnie Gruesen in the first two and Meredith Stepien in the third.

Hermione is the focus of the fan-created web-series, Hermione Granger and the Quarter Life Crisis.

Notes

  1. ^The scene in which Hermione solves the puzzle during the entrance to the Philosopher's Stone was not included in the movie.

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Page numbers are shown as (UK/US) where applicable
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Hermione Destroys Horcrux and Kisses Ron - Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2

Fans Think This Line Proved Harry Potter And Hermione Belonged Together

The relationship drama in Harry Potter really reaches a fever pitch in Half-Blood Prince, as Harry begins his relationship with Ginny and Hermione finds herself jealous after Ron starts dating Lavender Brown. There's one moment in the book, though, where many see the potential for a romance between Harry and Hermione to form.

The moment happens after Harry has been named captain of the Gryffindor Quidditch team. He's holding trials for the year and is shocked by the number of people who show up. Hermione's able to explain the situation to him quite simply. "It's not Quidditch that's popular, it's you!" she says. "You've never been more interesting and, frankly, you've never been more fanciable."

In that moment, Ron gags "on a large piece of kipper." This isn't the only time when Ron expresses his jealousy, but it's one of the starkest examples. Ron's fears around Harry and Hermione's relationship reach their peak as Ron attempts to destroy the locket Horcrux in Deathly Hallows. In the novel before that, though, some fans saw the line as an indication that Harry and Hermione were meant to be.

Sours: https://www.looper.com/374784/fans-think-this-line-proved-harry-potter-and-hermione-belonged-together/

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