Emma Watson ready to try comedy
Wednesday 20 July 2011
Emma Watson wants to star in a "quirky" comedy.
The 21-year-old actress is looking forward to tackling new projects that are different to the role of Hermione Granger, who she played in all eight 'Harry Potter' movies, now the franchise has wrapped for good with the release of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2'.
Emma would like to appear in a movie similar to 'Notting Hill' which starred Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.
She said: "I'm open to anything. I'd happily do a romantic comedy, but it would have to be something quirky – something like 'Notting Hill'."
Emma is also interested in making some low-budget films because the experience would be completely different to the mammoth sets and budgets of the 'Harry Potter' movies.
In an interview with Britain's Hello! magazine: "I want to concentrate on smaller films from now on. I feel like I've got the blockbuster box well and truly ticked for the time being."
Emma can next be seen in 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' and loved every minute on set.
She said: I got to be funny, which was very exciting for me.
"The budget was miniscule and there wasn't a single special effect. It made me sure for the first time that acting is really what I want to do."
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