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There’s no doubt about it — the Harry Potter films are still a big deal years and years later. While much of the cast has moved on to other projects, Emma Watson opened up about a quirk she had on set during filming. It seems like a bad habit that she’s broken since, and likely occurred solely since she was portraying a character she loved so much.
The Beauty and the Beast actress appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote her upcoming live-action version of Beauty and the Beast, and as it would appear, Kimmel had an out take from one of the original Harry Potter films.
In the clip, Watson is seen with her cast mates in a very important scene. But sadly, the cameras had to cut for one particular reason. Watch and see why.
She was such a big fan and SO determined to do a good job that she mouthed along with Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe's lines.
Watson admitted that she was only nine when she started the films, so let’s cut her a break. Especially since the franchise was her first!
'You laugh, but this is actually quite traumatic for me,' she said. 'I created issues because of this. I would ruin takes!
Watson went on to call herself a loser, since she loved the books so much and happened to overdo it. We think it’s pretty adorable, to be honest.
Of course, we know that Watson definitely learned from the experience, as her resume keeps getting more and more impressive. You can catch her as Belle when Beauty and the Beast premieres in cinemas on March 17th.
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