Emma Watson recounts, in the documentary 20th anniversary of Harry Potter: Return to Hogwarts, her doubts about the desire to continue filming in the Harry Potter franchise. Fortunately for her millions of fans, she continued the adventure!
Emma Watson has revealed that she once considered dropping out of the Harry Potter franchise.
On the occasion of the upcoming release of the Harry Potter documentary “Retouvailles” for the twentieth anniversary of the franchise, the actress confessed that she had considered dropping her role of Hermione Granger during the time of the Harry film. Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, released in 2007.
“There were times when I felt lonely,” she explained. I think I was scared. I don’t know if you’ve felt like you’ve come to a point where you’re like, “It’s kind of forever now.” “
However, the star of Little Women has decided to continue the Harry Potter adventure without any outside influence. “The fame thing finally hit the mark – in a big way. No one had to convince me to go through with it. The fans genuinely wanted me to be successful, and they all genuinely support each other. Isn’t that great? She said.
His former partner Rupert Grint was taken aback by his revelation and admitted that he too had considered ending his role as Ron Weasley.
“We never really talked about it, I guess we went through it at our own pace and we were in the moment. It didn’t really occur to us that we probably all had similar feelings, ”he said.
David Yates, who directed The Order of the Phoenix as well as the next three installments of the franchise, confirmed what the actress said by revealing that he had been warned of her uncertainty. “One thing (producer) David (Heyman) and the studio told me about is Emma wasn’t sure she wanted to come back and do another Potter,” he said.
The 20th anniversary of Harry Potter: Return to Hogwarts will be available in France, from January 2, 2022, on the French platform Salto