She has been known as Hermoine Granger for over a decade. And now that the Emma Watson is approaching the end of the road for the
series, she still can’t believe it. “It’s time for me to get back to studies,” says Watson.
Life post the films is different for her. She admits that there are days when she’s busy at school and feels fine because she is occupied, but there are also moments when she feels “really lost”.
Watson says, “My life was structured all these years. It was on a schedule and on a call sheet every day. I had people telling me where I needed to be and what they wanted me to do”.
But she is getting used to life at the university, riding around the campus on her bicycle and living with a roommate. “Now I need to decide when to eat, where to go and whether to work or not? No one cares and it’s all come down to deciding everything myself. There are days when I feel tired with my student life, and then there are days it feels nice to have finally taken a small break from films,” says Watson.
However, shooting for two parts of the film adaptation of JK Rowling’s
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows
had left Watson “exhausted”. She says, “Dan’s (co-star Daniel Radcliffe who plays Harry Potter) amazingly energetic. I don’t know how he is already shooting for other movies. To be honest, I was hanging in rags when we finished.”
When asked if she will miss being around Radcliffe and Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley) who she has spent most of her shooting years with, Watson says, “For now we have some dates when we are going to see each other, which will be during the release of the two last films. I know that Dan is doing something on Broadway in New York, so I guess we’ll hang out when we’re both there, and maybe I’ll show up at Rupert’s doorstep one day. I’m dying to go to his house.”
The film that has been directed by David Yates will hit theatres today.