Harry Potter: Cinematic Guide: Hermione Granger by Felicity Baker
An Angry Hermione Granger (Harry Potter Movies)
The actress got her breakthrough role as a child in the hugely successful Harry Potter film franchise. Watson grew up on camera as she reprised her role as one of Harry Potter's best friends, Hermione Granger, throughout the entire course of the film series. After committing to the Harry Potter series for a decade, Watson has transitioned into a popular adult model and actress, having appeared in the popular films The Perks of Being a Wallflower , My Week with Marilyn and Beauty and the Beast. Her brother, Alex, was born three years later. Her parents divorced when Watson was 5, and she moved back to Oxfordshire in England with her mother and brother. Watson attended the Stagecoach Theatre Arts school at Oxford. She studied singing, acting and dancing, and performed in school plays.
Hermione Granger was an extremely gifted witch within the Harry Potter series and she reached great heights following the movies. Actress Emma Watson portrayed the Muggle-born witch in all eight installments of the franchise based on the beloved books by J. The young member of House Gryffindor was the ideal student, although a little bossy at times. As the years went on, Hermione was a prominent figure in all of the events that took place in the Wizarding World following Lord Voldemort's return. Hermione was never one to back down from a fight. She bravely joined as a member of Dumbledore's Army and accompanied Harry and Ron on a dangerous hunt for Horcruxes. She fought alongside her friends, Hogwarts professors, and members of the Order of the Pheonix to protect the school from the Death Eaters.
Since the books and movies told the complete Harry Potter story they've continued to be analyzed, puzzled over, and investigated. JK Rowling put in so many layers and themes throughout the series that it is rewarding on third and fourth reading or viewing. However, some elements for certain characters haven't aged as well as others. Between the accuracy or lack thereof of portrayals between mediums or simply having modern perspectives reflect poorly on aging ideas, some characters have gone from 'near-perfect' to less-so. Hermione Granger is still to be admired for all her positive attributes.