Emma Watson – who has played theÂ characterÂ Hermione Granger for over 10 years in the Harry Potter films explained that she scarsÂ childrenÂ when she meets them! Emma said she oftenÂ terrifiesÂ them as they think she might preform a spell on them, which she finds ‘very funny’.
The star said: â€œSome little children are sometimes scared of me because they think I can do a spell, and that I really am magic in real life. Â And I’ve always found that really funny, and I try and kind of say, â€˜I won’t do anything to you. It’s OKâ€™.
â€œSometimes you can’t convince them, because they believe in it. Â They really believe in it. They really think that I’m Hermione in real life, which I love. It’s funny.â€
She also spoke about the fans of the Harry Potter franchise who have watched her ‘grow up on screenâ€ for nearly 11 years, theyÂ oftenÂ feel as though they have a parental connection with the actress.
Being interviewed on CNNâ€™s â€˜A Larry King Special â€“ Harry Potter: The Final Chapterâ€™,
Emma said: Â â€œPeople literally have watched me grow up on screen. Â Like go from a nine-year-old girl to a 21 year old.
â€œI guess I’m a young woman now. Â And so, I think it’s interesting meeting people from my life who feel a sisterly or motherly, fatherly connection towards me, complete strangers who have opinions about it. Itâ€™s actually nice.â€
With the Harry Potter films set to end on 15thÂ July this month, Emma Watson gave a tearful speech at the Harry potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 premiere about how much she will miss the cast and experience.
Now she has finish staring in the Potter films, Emma has been involved in a British drama called ‘My Week with Marilyn’ due to air later this year.