The starlet speaks out in a brand new Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows documentary
Emma Watson has spoken out about shooting to fame in the Harry Potter movies in a new documentary about the final Deathly Hallows film, revealing: ‘I feel like people are just waiting for me to screw up.’
The British beauty’s comments come in a brand new behind-the-scenes snapshot of the making of the franchise’s final two movies, called When Harry Left Hogwarts.
The sneaky peek features never-before-seen footage of the actors at work on film’s famous Leavsden set, as well as interviews with other members of the cast.
Opening up about winning the part of Hermione in the famous films, Emma revealed: ‘Ever since I got this part, there’s been this thing that’s hung over us which has been, ‘Oh my god, that child star is doomed’…I feel like people are just waiting for me to screw up.’
But we’re sure the actress will do anything but.
WATCH the When Harry Left Hogwarts trailer here…