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As a student, the girl played such parts as the wicked witch Morgan in "King Arthur: The Young Years”, the swallow in “The Swallow and the Prince”, the angry cook in "Alice in Wonderland", and also the main female role in the fairy tale "The Happy Prince" by Oscar Wilde. Emma Watson had no illusions concerning her acting talents and was just happy to pass the first round.The teachers of the Stagecoach school sent Emma's portfolio to the manager who selected the actors for the adaptation of the best-seller "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" by British writer J. The film’s producer David Hayman was surprised by the professional confidence of this 8-year-old who passed all the eight rounds and left behind more than a thousand of competitors, more experienced actresses between them.In 2006, between the fourth and the fifth part of "Potterian," the girl received a school-leaving certificate.She had eight "A " and two "A" in her school transcript.At the same time, she’s been very clear that acting isn’t her only interest — that, in fact, she’d be just fine without it.Radcliffe, on the other hand, has thrown himself into acting with zeal.The shooting of the first and the following parts took almost the whole year round, so Emma had to transfer to the Headington School for girls where she had the opportunity to study part-time or on the distance.
However, Emma Watson has not become a kind of actress known for one role.
But honestly, it might look like I do but I don’t go round insisting that nudity clauses have to be put in my contract – I just happen to be getting it out a lot at the moment.’For Radcliffe, nudity was a way of freeing himself from Harry Potter, a role that defined him from the age of 11 when he was cast as the Hogwarts hero in what was to become the biggest movie franchise of all time.
Oddly, Watson’s two upcoming movies also reflect a strange alternative world.
She would have to work with those two for the next 12 years full of hard work and bright impressions on the shooting area.
The premiere of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" expected of by the millions of fans of Rowling's books took place on November 4, 2001.