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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
Emma Watson on the challenges of making the epic, jaw dropping Harry Potter finale

Emma Watson on the challenges of making the epic, jaw dropping Harry Potter finale

I think, within Hogwarts, there's this kind of frustration because everyone has not kind of been able to do anything. And Harry, who's their hero, hasn't been around to kind of be a figure for them. And Neville's kind of stepped into that role, but it's not quite the same. So when Harry returns to Hogwarts, everyone's just hyped. Everyone's like, right, this is what we've been waiting for. This is it. You know. Everyone has to kind of stand and be counted. And this is everyone's moment to make the right choice and do the right thing. And it's scary but you can see that everyone knows that supporting Harry is the right thing to do.

It ties up every single loose end, really. Of the whole saga. So it's really a huge challenge. But very exciting to be doing and I just feel like the scale of this one just feels enormous. I can really feel that it's gonna be a big finale. Definitely.

I don't think there will be anything like this ever again, that will bring together so many kind of like top, top, top, the best there is, British actors. And put them all together in one scene and it's completely epic and amazing and I think it'll be quite jaw dropping. I mean, it has been being around and just witnessing it all. So, I can't imagine what it's gonna be like when it's all put onto a film. And I just think that Ralph Fiennes is, he gotta be one of the most talented actors ever. Well, he is in my opinion. Think he's amazing. So, him as Voldemort is just terrifying.

Emma Watson talks about playing Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.

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