Emma Watson opened during Harry Potter reunion of the cast about how she seriously considered quitting the role of Hermione Granger.
In one of the most dramatic moments in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the main group’s special reunion Potter cinema, Order of the Phoenix Director David Yates recalled how Watson initially wanted to back out when she moved into her teen years.
“I see it. Sometimes I was lonely, ”she admitted.
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Her co-star Rupert Grint was surprised by Emma’s frank recollection, admitting that he “never really spoke” to her about that period in her life.
“I think I was scared,” she explained. Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts… “I don’t know if you ever felt like the turning point has come where you thought …“ Now it’s like forever. ”
Later, Emma added: “The glory has finally reached its goal – on a grand scale. Nobody had to convince me to see it through. The fans sincerely wanted me to be successful and they all sincerely support each other. How cool is that? “
Rupert revealed that he felt the pressure of being in Harry Potter too: “I, too, had similar feelings to Emma, thinking about what life would be like if I called it a day.
“But we never really talked about it, I think we just went through it at our own pace, and at the time we were kind of in that moment. It just didn’t occur to us that we all probably had similar feelings. ”
Draco Malfoy actor Tom Felton has credited Emma with a display of “grace,” despite the enormous responsibility she carried at such a young age.
“Dan and Rupert, they had each other, I had friends, while Emma was not only younger, but she was also alone,” he said.
Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts In it, Watson, Grint, Felton, Daniel Radcliffe and other movie characters come together to reflect on the franchise’s memorable moments.
The full-length special will premiere on New Year’s Eve at 20:00 on Sky Max, and in the US on Sky Max. HBO Max…
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