Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, known for their roles as Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter saga, are ready for new challenges in their acting careers after finishing the 7th—and last—part of the sci-fi movies.
Emma, 20-year-old French actress, thought that changing her look after ending the last Harry Potter film, would be a way to “welcome a new stage” in her life, so she went for a pixi haircut.
“We finished filming The Deathly Hallows but we still have to do the promo for the second part, so I don’t feel it’s quite the end yet,” said the young actress during a press conference of the premiere of the last part of the Harry Potter saga.
Watson said she’s satisfied with her acting job in her two last films and thanks to that, she feels confident about continuing her career in the competitive movie industry. Emma began her college experience a couple of years ago; she’s currently studying art at a US University.
“I’ll keep acting, but I’ll also do many other things. I just can’t stay doing nothing. I like writing, working as a model, design…I’m still so young, so I feel I can do anything,” said Emma, who also commented growing up on the set was not easy; however, she’s happy to end “Hermione’s journey”.
Rupert Grint, the English actor who played Ron Weasly for a whole decade, confessed that he has mostly missed “having time to do normal things like skying, or playing in a band”. He feels relieved because the saga ended, but he will still miss playing Ron. The redheaded actor said he would not hesitate to accept giving life to Ron again if an eight part of the story is made in the future.