Everyone is still hung over the Oscar Academy Awards that took place on Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. While the winners of which include Jennifer Lawrence of "The Hunger Games" franchise was one of the highlights of the night, another talked about topic was when the three big shots in film met up. Daniel Radcliffe of "Harry Potter" faced off with "Twilight's" Kristen Stewart and "Hunger Games'" Jennifer Lawrence.
Fans of the major moguls in film namely "Harry Potter", "Twilight" and "The Hunger Games" continue to debate on which is better. Of course, even the lead actors and actresses of the films have been subject to ridicule and malicious rumours. Some had claimed Jennifer Lawrence hated Kristen Stewart and the latter had the same feelings for Lawrence. Even Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson had been compared to the likes of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
However, at the 85th Oscar Academy Awards, there was no such hate between these big stars. In fact, Kristen Stewart sans Robert Pattinson was seen getting chummy with "Hunger Games" leading actress, Jennifer Lawrence on the red carpet. The two even shared a hug and chatted a bit before the event begun.
Sources even claimed that during the announcement for Best Actress, Kristen Stewart was cheering in her seat when Lawrence's name was announced.
"When they announced Jen's name, Kristen was so happy and cheering for her! She was going crazy in her seat," said a source to US Magazine.
Kristen Stewart is not only chummy with "The Hunger Games" star. In fact, the "Twilight" actress had also been spotted hanging out with "Harry Potter" star, Emma Watson.
"We were like, 'Wow, this is strange. This is really cool.' I think people assume that actresses don't want to [be friends]. It was kind of a great feeling, to be honest. I was like, 'This is kind of just awesome,'" stated Stewart in an interview with MTV.
As for Kristen's meet with Daniel Radcliffe at the Oscars, things actually went pretty smoothly. Radcliffe, being the perfect gentleman, had wanted to carry Stewart onto the stage when they were called to present.
"I felt so bad," stated Radcliffe, adding, "I just wanted to pick her up, put her in my arms and carry her onto the stage."
"I probably would have dropped her and opened her wound again," continued Radcliffe.
"I felt like this was a long time coming. I feel like we've been meant to meet," explained Radcliffe, adding, "This was the perfect way. And you know what? She is so nice-really, really nice."
Well, with that said and done, clearly it can be said that there is no animosity between the stars of "The Hunger Games", "Twilight" and "Harry Potter."