In the middle of the franchise, Emma Watson is on the verge of being forced to quit Harry Potter

In the middle of the franchise, Emma Watson is on the verge of being forced to quit Harry Potter ...

The Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ReturntoHogwarts reunion special is now available on HBO Max. It is mostly a warm and affectionate tribute to thePotterfilm series, which was first introduced withHarry Potter and the Sorcerers Stonein 2001. Many of the actors are actors, including Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson.

Its Watson, who revealed perhaps the most unusual moment of the special, which is otherwise a lot of actors and designers raving about each other along with vintage Harry Potterbehind-the-scenes footage. During one of her conversations with Radcliffe and Grint, she said she was considering ending the series even while it was still going on.

After taking the job (his first with the franchise), David Yates said in one of his interviews that when he took the job, he was told that Watson was not sure she wanted to produce four more Harry Potter movies.

Here''s what Watson said of that period:

I found a diary entry that was kind of like... I could see that, at times, I was lonely. I think I was scared. I wonder if you ever felt like it reached a tipping point when you were like, this is kind of forever now... the fame thing had finally hit home in a big way.

Despite her misgivings, Watson claims that no one had to convince her to stick around. She credited her decision to see the series through to the fans, who she said genuinely wanted us to succeed, and we all genuinely had each other backs. Is it true that these films would have affected Watson''s decision in a different way? Just a thing to consider...

ReturntoHogwartsis, the sequel to Harry Potter 20th Anniversary, is now available on HBO Max, alongside the entireHarry Pottermovie franchise.

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