Emma Watson Recalls Wanting To Quit The Harry Potter Franchise: ‘The Fame Thing Had Finally Hit Home’

Emma Watson Recalls Wanting To Quit The Harry Potter Franchise: 'The Fame Thing Had Finally Hit Home'

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Emma
Watson
who
is
known
for
playing
Hermoine
Granger
in
the
Harry
Potter
franchise
is
all
set
to
return
with
her
co-stars
for
the
upcoming
reunion
special
on
HBO
Max.
A
new
report
from
the
reunion
has
revealed
that
the
actress
was
overwhelmed
by
the
fame
and
had
thought
about
quitting
the
franchise.

emma watson

Director
David
Yates,
who
helmed
the
“Harry
Potter
and
the
Order
of
the
Phoenix,
revealed
that
Emma
had
considered
leaving
the
franchise
before
the
fifth
film,
reported
People
Magazine.

Opening
up
about
the
same,
Watson
said,
“I
think
I
was
scared.
I
don’t
know
if
you
ever
felt
like
it
got
to
a
tipping
point
where
you
were
like,
‘This
is
kind
of
forever
now.'” She
also
recalled
an
old
diary
entry
in
which
she
wrote
that
she
felt
lonely
and
said,
“The
fame
thing
had
finally
hit
home
in
a
big
way.”

Watson
wasn’t
the
only
star
to
consider
leaving
the
iconic
franchise,
Rupert
Grint
who
played
Ronald
Weasely
revealed
he
had
similar
thoughts.
He
said,
“I
had
moments
like
that
kind
of
all
the
way
through.
I
also
had
similar
feelings
to
Emma
kind
of
contemplating
what
life
would
be
like
if
I
called
it
a
day,
but
we
never
really
spoke
about
it.”

“I
guess
we
were
just
kind
of
going
through
it
at
our
own
pace.
We
were
kind
of
in
the
moment
at
the
time.
It
just
didn’t
really
occur
to
us
that
we
were
all
having
similar
feelings,”
Grint
added.

Meanwhile,
Daniel
Radcliffe,
added
that
they
were
too
young
to
consider
what
it
all
meant.
He
said,
“We
never
talked
about
it
on
the
film
because
we
were
all
just
kids.
As
a
14-year-old
boy,
I
was
never
going
to
turn
around
to
another
14-year-old
and
be
like,
‘Hey,
how
are
you
doing?
Is
everything
okay?.”

Harry
Potter
20th
Anniversary:
Return
To
The
Hogwarts
is
set
to
premiere
on
Amazon
Prime
Video
in
India
on
January
1,
2022,
at
1:30
pm.

Story first published: Thursday, December 30, 2021, 12:11 [IST]

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