- Emma Watson rose to fame in the Harry Potter movies
- She hasn't played "Hermione Granger" since 2011
- She could return but reportedly has a demand about J.K. Rowling
Emma Watson is sending a clear message. Everyone knows and loves J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter." Seven books, eight films and a huge franchise cover the story of the wizarding world.
Recently, the book series celebrated its 25th anniversary. After all these years, the story continues to find new fans. This success has at least something to do with the actors in the films – such as Emma Watson.
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Emma Watson already became known worldwide at the age of 11 with her role as "Hermione Granger." In the meantime, Watson has established herself in the film industry through other roles and is one of the best-known actresses of our time.
Fans of the wizarding world would love to see Emma Watson star in a "Harry Potter" movie again. Now, according to Giant Freakin Robot, Watson is said to have clarified a return on one condition: if J.K. Rowling is in no way involved.
This clear demand is most likely traced back to J.K. Rowling's opinions on transgender rights. The author has made controversial statements about trans people in the past.
Emma Watson and co-star Daniel Radcliffe then publicly distanced themselves from Rowling. It's unknown if a "Harry Potter" project could actually happen without the author...
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