Wednesday, October 30, 2002

New photo and interview of Emma Watson in Teen People - US (December)

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Girl Powers.

As Harry Potter's brainy buddy Hermione, Emma Watson proves that every boys' club needs a girl in charge. 
It's not easy being the only female in a roomful of teenage wizards, but 12-year-old Emma Watson seems to handle it just fine. "I stay on my toes," says Emma, who plays Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, the second movie based on the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling. "Dan [aka Harry] and Rupert [aka Ron] make funny faces when I'm shooting. But I keep them in line. I'm very bossy." 
That's the only thing Emma has in common with her Harry Potter alter ego. For starters, she doesn't suck up to her teachers. "I'm not obsessed with my schoolwork," says the Oxford, England, native, who enjoys English class but despises Latin. "And I hang out with girls more than Hermione does." 
While shooting throughout the U.K., Emma - who had only acted in school plays before beating out thousands of girls for the role - keeps in touch with her pals by e-mail and phone. "I love talking, as you can probably tell," she says. 
One subject that's come up among Emma's friends is who Hermione might hook up with down the road. "Their prediction is Ron," says Emma. "I was like 'Of all the people!'" Who should it be? "That," says Emma, sounding flustered for the first time, "is a big question mark."

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