‘Harry Potter’ Stars Attempts At An American Accent

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'Harry Potter' Stars Attempts At An American Accent

(L-R) Actors Daniel Radcliffe; Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and Tom Felton (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

HOLLYWOOD (ET/CBS) - The British cast of the ‘Harry Potter’ film franchise has proven their acting skills on the big screen, but how do they fare when it comes to speaking in an American accent and why are they saying “‘Twilight’ blows”?

VIDEO: American Talk w/ The Stars of Harry Potter

“MTV After Hours” funnyman Josh Horowitz put the stars to the test asking them to say a series of words and phrases including Olive Garden, Charlie Sheen, Boo-yah and ‘Twilight’ blows. “My apologies in advance Rob. I’m just reading what’s on the card,” Daniel Radcliffe said to his friend Robert Pattinson before reading the ‘Twilight’ remark. “Oh, this is controversial. This is a trick!” Emma Watson said of the “‘Twilight’ blows” comment.

They were also asked to say in their best American accent, “Hey buddy, can I get an order of mozzarella sticks?” and “Justin Bieber is the man.” See how well Emma, Daniel, Rupert Grint and Tom Felton are at switching up their accents, and catch them in ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1′ when it hits theaters Friday, Nov. 19.

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