The 25-year-old will next appear in the Judd Apatow comedy "Trainwreck" in 2015. Since portraying sharp witch Hermione in the "Harry Potter" series, Emma Watson has broken away from the supernatural with roles grounded in the (mostly) real world.
After "My Week With Marilyn," "The Perks of Being A Wallflower" and "The Bling Ring," the 24-year-old actress also showed her sense of humor in Seth Rogen's outlandish summer comedy, "This Is the End." She'll next appear in the 2015 thriller, "Regression."Rupert Grint kept it fairly low-key after he ended his 10-year run as one of Harry Potter's best friends, Ron Weasley.
"So I'm riding horses all day, every day, and I compete on the weekends.
It's fun – it's just really, really hard." But the 27-year-old hasn't left his iconic alter ego totally behind.
Take a peak below at some soundbites from Bonnie and Tom about the final film!
It's been years since the love triangle between Harry, Hermione, and Ron was the most pressing news of the day for the tween set, but, it's now been revealed, there was a point when even the actors could hardly contain their excitement.
PHOTOS: Harry Potter stars then and now According to a new Buzzfeed roundup of "mind-blowing" movie facts, Rupert Grint, who played lovable pal Ron Weasley in the blockbuster franchise based on J. Rowling's books, had to be kicked off the set of the movie after he was "laughing too much" during a kissing scene between Hermione (Emma Watson) and Harry (Daniel Radcliffe).
Just enough time has passed for us to stop cringing at the sight of Tom Felton, who came to be known as the weakling bully Draco Malfoy.Even while working on the "Potter" franchise, Felton dabbled in other films, like "The Disappeared" and "Get Him to the Greek." Felton has been busy since "Potter" wrapped, and appeared in the World War II movie "Ghosts of the Pacific" and the TNT cop drama "Murder in the First." quite the charming young man.