When Emma Watson was seven years old, she won in the school competition of reciters, and by that time, she already had a strong belief that she would become an actress. Besides that, she has always been involved in various competitions in athletics and rowing.According to her teachers, she was very active and cheerful.Nevertheless, soon all of them signed the contracts and Emma Watson eventually signed for the role on March 23, 2007.
Another passion of the young star was reading, although she never had such a fanatical love to books as her heroine Hermione.In 1999, thanks to the head of the theater group, Emma Watson came to the casting. Rowling, the author of the which appeared on the screens in 2001.The marriage of Chris and Jacqueline didn’t last long and soon fell apart.Emma stayed with her mother and younger brother Alex, who is three years younger than she.At that time, she was only nine years old, and she couldn’t even imagine that she could get one of the leading roles. Finally, after eight auditions, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, and Rupert Grint were informed that they had been approved for the roles of Hermione Granger, Harry Potter, and Ron Weasley. This film broke records for opening-day sales and instantly earned immense popularity.
It became the highest-grossing film in commercial distribution in 2001.
When asked if he ever had dreams similar to the premise behind his new movie The Unbeatables, about a table football team coming to life, he replied: Yes, I did a bit. Rupert - who made his first professional stage appearance playing a drug dealer in Mojo in London's West End last year - has also joined the cast of It's Only a Play, which officially opens in New York's theatre district on October 9.
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Since she was a child, Emma loved singing and dancing; that’s why she dreamt about playing roles in musicals.
Her childhood idols were famous actresses such as Goldie Hawn, Julia Roberts, and Sandra Bullock.
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