Actress Watson Potter
April 12, 2011 by Post Team
Actress Watson Potter, Emma Watson has a great sympathy for Kate Middleton. The royal bride-to-be is under a spotlight around the world before her April wedding to Prince William – with special attention to fashion, leading to their big day. Only two million people may see as a British minister.
“Poor girl, to be an incredible amount of pressure,” Watson told The Associated Press in an interview earlier this month. “I hope you’re enjoying. It must be intense.”
Watson knows something about life in the spotlight. During the past eleven years has grown into the screen and in public of a child actress to a movie star. In these days entertainment news is coming out is great, what you wear is cut by the worldwide fashion, that the products you are endorsing fuels business stories.
A simple trip to the hairdresser to cut your long hair and gold in a growing dwarf was international news.
Along with co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, Watson brought the magic of JK Rowling books to life, playing bookish but brave Harry Potter’s friend Hermione Granger.
And like her character, Watson has always been studious. He enrolled to study liberal arts at Brown University in Rhode Island in 2009. But being a movie star and a student at the Ivy League took its toll, and she said that the round trip travel to the U.S. left stressed.
Ever the perfectionist, Watson could not support the delivery of a performance below average, it took some time off. What Hermione.
“I knew it would be myself playing because I would not be able to be doing the best I knew I could at school or at work,” he said. “If I had been getting B or C would have been very upset.”
So she is going back to school in September, after helping to promote the two latest films. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ on DVD in the U.S. April 15 – with “Part 2″ the latest installment, which debuts in July.
Watson also found time for another movie role in “the benefits of being a wallflower,” which begins filming in May.
Watson also plans to visit season Radcliffe on Broadway singing and dancing in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” – and admits he is tempted to follow in his footsteps tapping tip.
“It’s something I always wanted to do,” he said. “The idea of?? Having a live audience is really appealing to me. I think there should be an amazing experience.”
For the girl who turns on Friday, life is good.
“I have many great opportunities to come my way. I just want to make the best of everything,” said Watson.
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