Rupert Grint and Bonnie Wright — better known as Ron and Ginny Weasley — had a magical reunion on Thursday night. Take a look at the adorable wizard sibs six years after they saved Hogwarts.
The photos were taken at a Los Angeles screening of the upcoming television adaptation of the 2000 crime comedy "Snatch," which Rupert Grint is both starring in and executive producing for Crackle.
As the wizard in charge of hiring explained when Harry tried to turn in his application, Harry would be a target, his partners would be targets, the whole ministry would be a target…like it wasn't already.
And if he got injured in the line of duty, it would explode across the media, and the department didn't need that sort of press. George offered him a spot at the shop, doing anything he wanted, but Harry refused.
Our friends, though, have jobs and went out and dated.
He tried coming out with us once after a practice, but I think hearing our self-congratulating toasts made him feel even more left out. The Aurors wouldn't take him either despite his overwhelming qualifications.
He may have defeated the darkest wizard in half a century, but he was apparently too much of a risk.
Harry quit right away, adamant he wouldn't put a stadium full of people at danger just so he could play.
I turned in my broom too, until Harry whirled right back around, grabbed the broom out of the team manager's hands and told me that if I quit because of him, he'd move out.