'Harry Potter' Star Tom Felton Plays Marry, Snog, Stupefy With Fan Favorite Characters
When I met up with Harry Potter star Tom Felton at Universal Studios' Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the star was hesitant to answer any questions that might be misconstrued by fans. "There are millions and millions of fans who know a lot more than I do," he reasons. But when I ask him to play a little game of Marry, Snog, Stupefy with me, he doesn't hesitate to tell me exactly who he wants to lock lips with. "Rupert, Rupert, Rupert," he jokes, referencing his ginger-haired co-star Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley.
But I'm getting ahead of myself. For the uninitiated, our game is a variation of Marry, Shag, Kill, and it goes like this: When given three names of Harry Potter characters, Felton must choose which he'd most like to marry, snog (kiss), and stupefy, which, according to Harry Potter wiki, to stupefy someone means to "render a victim unconscious and/or halt moving objects." So basically, it's a less morbid version of the "kill" option most muggles are accustom to.
But before I can give him three options, Felton declares: "I'd snog Bellatrix." Considering Bellatrix is good friends with the Malfoy family in the books (and is a stone cold fox played by Helena Bonham Carter on screen), this choice makes sense.
I remind him of the rules — I give you the three options, Tom — and we begin.
Here is who Tom Felton would like to marry, snog, and stupefy in three rounds:
Hermione Granger, Ginny Weasley, Luna Lovegood
Marry: "I'm gonna marry Bonnie [Wright], Ginny."
Stupify: "I'll stupefy Luna. But I'll tell her, she'll be cool."
Ron Weasley, Harry Potter, Neville Longbottom
Marry: "I'm gonna have to marry Ron."
Snog: "I'm gonna have to pull [snog] Neville."
Stupefy: "Sorry, Harry mate, but you're getting stupefied."
Dobby the House Elf, Moaning Murtle, Lord Voldemort
Marry: "I'll marry Dobby."
Snog: "Well there's only one person you can snog out of those three now isn't there? Let's snog Moaning Murtle."
Stupefy: "I'll stupify the hell out of He-who-must-not-be-named!"
Well done, Felton. Well, done.