Emma Watson has revealed that she and co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint rewrote the dialogue of some of their Harry Potter characters to be as close to the novels as possible.
Even a multi-million dollar franchise and beloved by fans from all over the world, like Harry Potter he needed to cook the fish. Manufacturers had to deal with complaints stars Emma Watson AND Daniel Radcliffeunhappy with the dialogue intended for their characters, Hermione and Harry.
Harry Potter launched the careers of the very young protagonists Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, who tried to be as faithful to the characters in the J.K. Rowling novels that they had to interpret on screen. However, the scripts that were delivered to them did not always live up to their expectations.
In a previous interview signed by Rebecca Murray, Emma Watson revealed that she is an avid reader of novels and that she would be proud to play the role of Hermione Granger to perfection. So on set, she made sure to read the script carefully, and when it started to deviate from the character’s personality, she and her co-stars rewrote their dialogue:
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“Eventually, Daniel, Rupert and I rewrote our dialogue just because I read a line and immediately said, ‘Hermione didn’t say that! Writer Steve Kloves and director David Yates, who played her for 10 years, trusted me and gave me the freedom to do it. I don’t think I’ll ever get that chance again, so it was great.”.
Emma Watson fills Hermione with a part of herself
Of course, Emma Watson didn’t just give Hermione a few lines, she instilled quite a bit of her own personality in her, especially in later films in the franchise. Director David Yates urged the actress to abandon her idea of the Hermione character and play from the heart. The end result was a Hermione who looked a bit more like the real Emma Watson.
However, in the end, the world of acting became close to Emma Watson, who admitted that she felt caged and chose to leave, even if this choice may not be final.