Emma Watson became the heroine of British Vogue. In the interview, she once again recalled the years spent on the set of the Harry Potter films. The conversation turned to what the actors did during breaks between filming. It turned out that it was a completely healthy pastime, and Watson played a significant role in this.
“My other hidden talent, aside from my current talent for making cocktails, is that I'm really, really good at table tennis, and have spent many, many hours playing with Dan Radcliffe and Rupert Grint. This is what I spent my youth on,” the actress added with a smile.
However, the ability to play tennis is not Emma’s only talent discovered on the set of “Potter.” The director of the film “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” (2004), Alfonso Cuaron, said that Watson also has a literary gift. When he asked her, Radcliffe and Grint to describe their characters, Daniel could only manage a paragraph, and Rupert didn’t submit anything at all. Emma wrote 16 pages about Hermione Granger, which made the director incredibly happy.