Emma Watson recently spoke with Vogue British woman about her participation in the 20th anniversary special of the film’s release Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. The actress who played Hermione for 10 years in theaters commented that she still keeps in touch with former colleagues Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint (Harry Potter and Ron Weasley, respectively), although both avoid spending too much time on their cell phones.
“They both hate WhatsApp and their phones in general,” Watson commented. “Actually, the three of us really try to stay away from electronics, and it doesn’t make it easy for us to keep in touch. We are not in an online chat group, but we chat individually. Rupert sends me pictures of [sua filha] Wednesday and I love it. Dan [Radcliffe] and I usually support each other a lot too. We both mostly try to stay out of the spotlight, so it was nice to have each other’s support, knowing that we always had someone to turn to when we needed it.”
Emma Watson in the ‘Harry Potter 20th Anniversary Celebration: Back to Hogwarts’ special.Source: IMDb
Since the end of the franchise, Watson has had the opportunity to diversify his career, with important roles, such as Belle, in Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast.
Despite that, the actress took advantage of the interview to talk about her moments as the witch Hermione and other behind-the-scenes details, including the details of her crush on her co-star Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) as a young man, and that she briefly considered leaving the show. series Harry Potter.
The special Harry Potter 20th Anniversary Celebration: Back to Hogwarts is available on HBO Max.