‘Harry Potter: Return to Hogwarts’: Emma Watson almost left the saga and this was the reason

Things got a little “complicated” after the fourth installment of the franchise, as the actress assures.

More than two decades have passed since the first installment of the magical saga Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was released. This title marked a before and after in the lives of many actors and actresses, but especially for Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, the three pillars on which each of the deliveries would revolve. But not everything was fluo powders and magic wands, the interpreters also experienced moments of crisis during the filming of the saga and Watson has made it known.

Harry Potter: Regreso a Hogwarts is now available in HBO MAX and for more than one it has been like reliving their childhood in an hour and a half that the documentary lasts. During this time, all those who have been part of this franchise, except those who are no longer with us, have remembered the good times, the beginnings, but also the not so good moments.

Watson remembered with Grint how he came to consider leaving the saga and the reason that led him to think that: “I think he was scared. I don’t know if you ever felt like I hit a tipping point where you said, ‘This is forever.’and fame had finally come home, big time. Fame was great “, recognizes the actress.” She felt alone. In the end Dan and Rupert had each other, but she didn’t, “recalls Felton.

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But it was not only she who at one point stopped to think where everything that was happening to her was leading, something very similar happened to her co-star Grint: “I also had feelings similar to Emma’s, contemplating what my life would be like if I left him.“.

We never talk about it. I suppose that each one went at his own pace, we were in the moment. It didn’t occur to us that we probably all had similar feelings [Grint]

As the saga progressed, each of the protagonists began to have different dilemmas. Something that happened at a certain time, as Watson reveals: “It was around the time of The Order of the Phoenix that things started to get complicated for all of us.“However, the support of the fans was the key:” No one had to convince me to go ahead. The fans really wanted me to succeed, and they all really support us. How good is that “, assures the actress. The small family that had been created behind the cameras made all the fears of the interpreters dissipate over the years.