Emma Watson Says Dan and Rupert Are Like Brothers

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Harry Potter star Emma Watson looks gorgeous and grown up on the May cover of Interview magazine.

But the 19-year-old actress also has a lot to say, such as:

On why she wanted the part of Hermione Granger: "I loved the books—I was a massive fan. I just felt like that part belonged to me. I know that sounds crazy, but from that first audition, I always knew. At the beginning, they were casting the other characters as well—but I always knew I was going out for Hermione. She came so naturally to me. Maybe so much of myself at the time was similar to her."

On her friendship with designer Karl Lagerfeld: "I'd met Karl a few times before, at parties or something where we really couldn't talk. But this was a dream come true. We spent the whole day together, and he can talk about anything—literature, art, science, modern culture. I was totally seduced. I felt spoiled to be spending so much time with him."

On her biggest splurge: "I got myself a laptop. I took my dad to Tuscany. He works so hard, my dad, so I rang up his secretary and asked when he was free, and I booked us a holiday. What else? Oh, I got myself a car."

On her friendship with co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint: "To be honest, we see so much of each other when we're working that hanging out together would be overload. I love them, but I need to see other friends off set. They're like my siblings now."

Expect to hear a lot more about Emma in the coming months, with Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince finally hitting theaters this summer!

 

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  • michelle
    michelle

    i agree halle, it does not matter what country you grow up but how you were brought up by your parents..it also depends on the environment you are and the friends you are with...it's always a person's decision on what she/he is going to do with her life and what she/he wants to be..

  • Halle
    Halle

    I abhor most of the little early twenties skanks in Hollywood. But! I can't help but love Emma Watson and find nothing wrong with her. English people are awesome. Maybe Americans could learn a thing or two about raising children "the right way" from the English. I don't think it really matters where you come from. It matters about the parents. All people are different, no matter where they live or are from.

  • locapeligrosa
    locapeligrosa

    I abhor most of the little early twenties skanks in Hollywood. But! I can't help but love Emma Watson and find nothing wrong with her. English people are awesome. Maybe Americans could learn a thing or two about raising children "the right way" from the English.

 
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