Well, look who it is!
Emma Watson went WAY up north to Toronto to spill the beans on her new movie The Perks Of Being A Wallflower.
She delves into how hard it was to get into the character of playing an American high school student. A difficult role for her not only because she's British, but because of her lack of high school experience in general.
"I was super-anxious about doing this movie because I have no personal American high school experience from which I could draw. I felt at a real disadvantage. Logan (Lerman) and Ezra (Miller) knew what prom was all about, and homecoming. I worked with a voice coach. I asked a lot of questions. I wish someone had given me this book at age 13 or 14, before I went into dating. It has some real gems of wisdom in there. I really wanted to be part of this movie and this book and message."
The super lady actor also gave us her thoughts on how life might've been different if a certain couple of movies featuring a wizard had never happened to her, saying:
"I don't live my life like that. My life is different and it's taken on a very different shape. It's not worse. Just different. There are parts of me that are very old and parts of me that are very young."
Hermoine just got real.
And like the fictional character the lady said it very, very well!
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