"There's nowhere in the world that I can go -- almost, it feels -- that isn't somehow touched by this film franchise. It reaches the farthest corners of the Earth, the least expected places.
So, that was a real -- I was like, 'Wow, I really can't go anywhere! '" Watson is able to handle such scrutiny, however, because it has been there most of her life.
He was merely Bill Weasley in the final two entries. Gleeson is presently interred in the “Star Wars” franchise (pictured, on the right), playing the evil, very British General Hux.
He was the doomed protagonist of “Ex Machina.” He’s been a key part of “Frank,” “The Revenant,” “Brooklyn,” and he’ll soon be seen as the author of “Winnie the Pooh” in “Goodbye Christopher Robin,” opposite Margot Robbie. Rupert Grint We’re rooting for Rupert Grint, and not just because of his awesome name.
"It was when I was in a shanty town in Bangladesh, and a boy stopped me in the street and said, 'You're the girl from Harry Potter!
'" Emma Watson said at the press conference, recalling the strangest place she's ever been recognized.
He’s an excitable nerd, and you can sense he’ll only take work that gets appeals to his unusual interests. His murder is the moment the film series went from whimsical kid magic stuff to dark and brooding and sinister.
We have become this kind of 'Ronpert' kind of thing.
I think there will always be a bit of Ron in me for the rest of my life." Emma Watson gets noticed everywhere Being a main character in one of the biggest film franchises in history has its obvious pluses, but also some minuses.
Daniel, 27, Rupert, 28, and Emma, 26, were cast as stars Harry, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger in 2000, starring in eight films over a decade before 2011’s final Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part Two.
The play, which is sold out until February 2018 in London, is set 19 years after the last film and follows Harry’s son Albus’s struggle to live up to his family legacy.