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'I have the best lines'

Emma Watson: 'I have the best lines'

Updated 30 October 2001, 17.33

Emma Watson, who plays Harry Potter's mate Hermione in the upcoming film, has said she has some of the best lines in the film.
Eleven-year-old Emma gave her first major interview to CBBC's Newsround.

"We're going to get killed, or even worse, expelled!" was Emma's favourite line she had to deliver as goody-two-shoes Hermione.

She also said one character was constantly on the receiving end of her sharp tongue: "Hermione always has some snooty lines for Ron. He gets the worst of it really."

'Stunts were fun'

Emma also told Newsround's Lizo Mzimba that she really enjoyed all the stunts the actors had to perform for the film:

"In the troll scene there were lots of stunts. That's one of the reasons I enjoyed it, but it was hard as well.

"I had to do lots of darting under sinks, running through legs. But they haven't used all the stunts I did and that's just not good enough!"

Second film

Top secret filming is just getting underway for the second Harry Potter adventure - The Chamber of Secrets.

Emma says: "The thing I'm looking forward to most is how they're going to make me look like a cat. That'll be very interesting."

The movie has its world premiere on Sunday and opens across the UK on 16 November.

And don't forget - on Wednesday we'll have the exclusive interview with Harry himself - actor Dan Radcliffe.

So don't you dare miss it!

Full Interview

Emma Watson: full interview

Updated 24 October 2002, 12.14

Harry's right hand girl talks about her favourite lines in the film, her favourite scenes and her hopes for the sequel.
CBBC Newsround's Lizo Mzimba spoke to her before the first film was released in November 2001.

What did you do when you found out you got the part of Hermione?
I rang my best friend, just as I'd been told, literally minutes after I'd been told, I rung my friend and she answered and she said: "So have you got it?" And I said: "Yes." And she screamed, she literally just went arghhh - it was like five minutes, I had to hold the phone here, not to be able to break my ear and she was so excited she was almost more excited than me.

What were you most looking forward to about the filming?
I think the best thing which I was looking forward to seeing from the book was just the outlook from the whole of the school because it describes in the book coming over in a boat across the river to Hogwarts and just the first view - that took us ages, we had to keep going ahh, wow, ooh - a bit like watching fireworks going off, it was like ooh, eee, ahh, ooh.

What was your best scene?
My favourite scene was probably the most difficult scene which was really weird - it was the troll scene. I had to do lots and lots and lots and lots of stunts which I think is one of the reasons I enjoyed it but one of the reasons it was so hard as well.

They had six cubicles and they had to put a safety mat underneath it, so in the end I was climbing on to something - we actually measured it, 30 centimetres high, I had to climb on to six cubicles and I kept banging my head, I was darting under sinks to make sure the troll didn't hit me, I had to do loads of running through legs and scrambling around the place and the really annoying thing was that they haven't used all of the stunts which I did, which was really annoying - not good enough!

What was your fave line from the film?
I liked the line at the end where I said: "I'm going to bed before either of you come up with another clever idea to get us killed or worse expelled!"

And another one was where I said: "Honestly you're going to take someone's eye out!" Hermione always has some really snooty lines for Ron, I think Ron gets the worst of it really.

What do you think you'll enjoy the most about filming the second Potter adventure?
The thing I'm looking forward to most in the second film is probably how they're going to make me look like a cat, that'll be very interesting.

Emma Watson and Jason Isaacs Talk Potter

Exclusive: Emma Watson and Jason Isaacs talk Potter

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

It's hard to believe that just a few short years ago Harry Potter's Emma Watson was just a fresh-faced eleven year-old taken aback by the overwhelming reception for The Philosopher's Stone and her role as young witch Hermione Granger. FilmFocus spoke to her this week, at the Empire Awards on Sunday night, and now the only description springing to mind to attach to the, now, fourteen year-old is "seasoned pro."

In an effort to explain this incredibly quick transformation, we're quick to suggest that Harry Potter must be the World's best acting school, she's been directed by the likes of Chris Columbus, Alfonso Cuarón and, now, Mike Newell in her short career. "I am so lucky," she told us, "I've worked with the crème-de-la-crème of British actors and actresses, all in one film; I've worked with some fantastic directors. I'm very lucky."

But what of working with Mike Newell for the fourth film, Goblet of Fire? "He's a fantastic director," she told us, "and he's just a really, really lovely man. He's taught me a lot, he really has. What's lovely is that he's a real actor's director. He really cares about the acting which, from my point of view, is fantastic."

Watson rejoins fellow cast members Daniel Radcliffe (Harry) and Rupert Grint (Ron) on the film, currently in post-production.

We're the first to champion a full seven Harry Potter adventures on the big screen with these three consummate professionals, but there's been talk of replacing them for future films. "I think I'm growing up with the character," she told us, playing down rumours that Goblet of Fire might be her last, "People have been talking about outgrowing the character, but that's not really possible."

So then, can we expect her, as well as Radcliffe and Grint, to start in Order of the Phoenix? "To be honest," she told us, "One film at a time! Goblet of Fire has taken eleven months to shoot and I think everyone's just focussing on getting this one to the end and then we'll start thinking about the future."

We also caught up with Jason Isaacs, the New British Bad Guy ™, who played the aristocratic and enigmatic Lucius Malfoy in the second film, Chamber of Secrets. He's had a Potter hiatus, having not appeared in Prisoner of Azkaban, but he's back in Goblet of Fire. "It's all the same crew," he told us, "and they didn't do number three. I assumed they'd been there the whole time, but they came back with me. It was lovely to do scenes with Robert Hardy [Minister for Magic, Cornelius Fudge] again, but mostly all of my stuff is with Ralph Fiennes who plays Lord Voldemort. It's a tour de force; a real performance and joy to sit back and watch."

With the hiatus, Isaacs told us he's noted marked improvements in the young cast members, "and they've not just improved," he went on, "they're almost unrecognisable. Rupert is this great big hulking man and Tom [Felton], who plays my son, is now driving! They've both left school. Apart for the fact that they're lovely actors, they're all so incredibly technically proficient. They know how to negotiate the diplomacy of the set so well. They've gone from being children to being seasoned old pros. It's rather scary for someone like me to see them catch up and zoom ahead."

So if Emma is remaining tight-lipped, will Jason let us in on a little Order of Phoenix gossip? There had been news that he was already signed into the fifth film. "Would that that were true," he explained, "it's utter bollocks unfortunately. No-one's confirmed, they haven't even got a script yet. I said I hoped I was going to be in it and I had to go to the producers and say, 'look I'm sorry you've seen it in the press everywhere, when you haven't even decided what the script is,' but, yeah, I hope they ask me. It's a riot."