NEW YORK CITY - Movie experts are predicting that when Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 premiers in July, it could possibly surpass the second highest grossing movie of all time James Cameron's The Titanic.
Motion Picture experts feel that it might even eventually end up surpassing the number one grossing movie Avatar.
Three of the movies main stars recently visited New York City on a promotional tour where they met with Ashburton Wasabi of The Right Coast Illustrated Revue.
The four met in the Daniel Boone Elbow Room of the luxuriously exquisite Cinderella Cafeteria in downtown Manhattan.
Wasabi asked the trio to comment on the infamous kissing scenes that had been much talked about. Rupert Grint who portrays Ron Weasley laughed and said that he had promised Emma (Watson) who portrays Hermione Granger that he would not mention it but since he asked so politely he would.
Grint said that the couple's kissing scene took 17 takes. He smiled and turned towards a red-faced Watson and added that the reason that it took so many takes was because Emma was so nervous that her bottom lip kept quivering and it was extremely noticeable and not the least bit romantic.
Watson said that she was not nervous because she found Grint to be attractive or anything like that but simply because her nasal allergies had been acting up and as a result they caused her lower lip to quiver uncontrollably.
The on-screen kiss between Daniel Radcliffe who stars as Harry Potter and Bonnie Wright who appears as Ginny Weasley took 16 takes. Bonnie, who was as red as Rihanna's hair, confessed that the problem with her and Daniel was that Daniel's damn chewing gum kept getting in the way.
She revealed that twice during the shooting she actually ended up with the darn piece of gum in her mouth, the second time actually getting it caught on her uvula.
Finally the director suggested that perhaps Daniel needed to spit it out, which he finally did.
Ninette Finch, who did not have any kissing scenes, again reprised her role as Augusta Longbottom.
The movie will have it's world wide premier on July 7, at either Grauman's Chinese Theater or at The La Brea Tar Pits Drive In Theater.