The Daily Mail and Express newspapers have both published new interviews with actress Emma Watson over the past 24 hours.
In the former interview, Emma discusses her plans for fashion design in the future:
Q: You’ve done acting, modelling, and now you’re designing. Is this the future for Emma Watson?
A: Oh, I don’t have any plans to be a designer. I’m doing this range because I really care about fair-trade and ethical fashion. I’m so pleased that I got involved, but I don’t want to take all the credit for being the designer because I haven’t trained as a designer or even gone to art college – in fact, I had no idea about the amount of work involved at the outset!
While speaking with Express, Emma touches on wrapping up Deathly Hallows filming in a few months and acting in the future:
Potter producers have scheduled filming to allow her to attend college and film her remaining scenes during her holidays. The last day of filming Harry Potter draws closer, however.
“I will be uncontrollable,” she says, picturing that final day on set. “It’s been half of our lives. It’s made us, it’s formed us. It’s such a big part of my life so it will be really sad.”
Emma is still debating whether to continue with acting long term. “I just want to be sure it’s what I want. I was so young and I don’t think I really knew the greatness of what I was signing on for. I really want to study. I would love to try theatre. I need to try stuff out. But I say all this now, I’m sure I’ll still be here in 10 years, making Harry Potter 30.”
Thanks to Marese for The Daily Mail article!