Monday, August 8, 2011

Tom Felton and Rupert Grint are full house with "Harry Potter" at the Teen Choice ceremony!

The outcome of the famous adventures of the wizard Potter was particularly captivated the teenage audience, who voted for their favorite stars on the web, the stars who were honored last night in Hollywood, on the occasion of the much-anticipated ceremony at Teen Choice Awards. The famous saga "Harry Potter" won seven awards for the last two aspects of film adaptations of novels by novelist J. Rowling, a good track record when it is known as "Harry Potter" was nominated in eight categories (one small missed!). The successful franchise whose main protagonists are the actor Daniel Radcliffe, the screen incarnation of the cute witch with glasses, and Emma Waston, the most famous of Muggles, has been honored though absent from the ceremony to the chagrin of their fans.

Only representatives of the saga, Rupert Grint and Tom Felton, respectively Dracoy Malfoy and Ron Weasley on the screen were each responsible for collecting awards, including surfboards, on stage for their greatest happiness. Enemies on the screen, the two actors are complicit in the city! Among the awards received, that the "best science fiction film", "best film of the summer," "Best Kiss" and the two main players were rewarded for their logically acting.

Tom Felton was awarded the prize "the best bad guy", for Daniel Radcliffe he thanked his audience in person remotely via a video message from New York duplex. Rupert said with emotion, "Harry Potter and change our lives" when he was on stage to receive the different price. A video retrospective was also aired during the evening on a screen revealing the highlights of the saga Potter.

The interpreter of Hermione Granger was conspicuously absent from the evening because it did not intervene although it was sacred "in the category Best Actress Science-fiction/Fantastique". Stepped in for the evening, the players still have Twilight obtained less rewards than the protagonists of Harry Potter, the competition was tough as always!

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