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Emma Watson(Hermione Granger)

Nimeni nu si-ar putea-o imagina pe Hermione Granger interpretata de alt cineva decat de Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson.Emma s-a nascut la data de 15 aprilie 1990, in Oxford (Anglia).A participat la o serie de piese de teatru scolare, avand roluri principale, dar debutul sau cinematografic a ost facut in Harry Potter si Piatra Filozofala.Pentru rolul lui Hermione, Emma a fost in competitie cu sute de alte fete si nu s-a asteptat nici un moment ca ea sa obtina rolul.Insasi J.K.Rowling, autoarea cartilor din seria Harry Potter, a fost foarte multumita de alegerea ei in rolul Hermionei, declarand ca, din momentul in care a vorbit cu ea la telefon prima data, a stiut ca era perfecta pentru rol.In afara platourilor de filmare, Emma este un copil normal.Ii place sa joace hochei si tenis, si este foarte atasata de cele doua pisici ale sale, Bubbles si Domino.

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Hermione is a Muggle-born Gryffindor student and the best friend of Harry Potter and Ron Weasley. The daughter of two dentists, she is an overachiever who shows considerable academic prowess when compared to her close friends and classmates, and she is described by Rowling as a "very logical, upright and good" character.[1] Her parents are "a bit bemused by their odd daughter, but quite proud of her all the same."[2] Rowling says that Hermione feels "utterly inadequate…and to compensate, she tries to be the best at everything at school, projecting a false confidence that can irritate people."[3] Hermione's Boggart is Professor McGonagall informing her that she failed her exams.[4] - Hermione's Patronus is an otter, Rowling's favourite animal.[5] Her wand is made of vine wood and dragon heartstring core; vine is the wood ascribed to Hermione's fictional birth month (September) on the Celtic calendar.[6]

Character development
Hermione's name is derived from William Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale;[7] Rowling claimed that she wanted it to be unusual since if fewer girls shared her name, fewer girls would get teased for it.[7] Her original last name was "Puckle", but Rowling felt the name "did not suit her at all", and so the "less frivolous" Granger made it into the books.[4] Rowling confirmed in a 2004 interview that Hermione is an only child.[8]

Rowling claims the character of Hermione carries several autobiographical influences: "...I did not set out to make Hermione like me but she is... She is an exaggeration of how I was when I was younger."[1] Rowling recalled being called a "little know-it-all" in her youth. [4] Moreover, she states that not unlike herself, "there is a lot of insecurity and a great fear of failure" beneath Hermione's "swottiness".[1] Finally, according to Rowling, next to Albus Dumbledore, Hermione is the perfect expository character: because of her encyclopaedic knowledge, she can always be used as a plot dump to explain the Harry Potter world.[9]

Hermione's most prominent feature is her cleverness. She is book smart and is very good with logic, as seen when she deciphers Snape's potion challenge at the end of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Hermione does not do well at the beginning of the series in stressful situations, as seen when she does not think to use her wand when needing to create fire to get rid of the Devil's Snare. However, in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, she can quickly think of a place to apparate to. She also thinks to reveal Harry to the Death Eaters to save Xenophilius Lovegood and to use a Stinging Hex on Harry's face to hide his identity when attacked by Snatchers.


[edit] Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Hermione debuts in Philosopher's Stone when she meets future companions Harry and Ron on the Hogwarts Express. She is described as having "a bossy sort of voice, lots of bushy brown hair, and rather large front teeth," and constantly annoys her peers with her knowledge. Harry and Ron initially consider her arrogant, especially after she criticises Ron's incantation of the Levitation Charm.[10] They heartily dislike her until they rescue her from a troll. She is so thankful that she lies to protect them from punishment, and their friendship begins.[11] Hermione's knack for logic later enables the trio to solve a puzzle essential to retrieving the Philosopher's Stone, and she defeats the constrictive Devil's Snare plant by conjuring fire.

Rowling revealed that she had an argument with her editor about the troll fight scene, and that she refused to remove it because, "Hermione is so very annoying in the early part of Philosopher's Stone that I really felt it needed something (literally) huge to bring her together with Harry and Ron."[4]

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Hermione develops a crush on handsome new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher, Gilderoy Lockhart.[12] During a morning confrontation between the Gryffindor and Slytherin Quidditch teams, a brawl nearly ensues after Draco Malfoy shockingly calls her a "Mudblood," but she does not know what the epithet means until Ron explains it to her at Hagrid's hut. Hermione's match up with Slytherin student Millicent Bulstrode during Lockhart's ill-fated Duelling Club ends with her being painfully wrenched in a headlock. She assembles the Polyjuice Potion needed for the trio to disguise themselves as Malfoy's housemates in order to collect information about the Heir of Slytherin who has reopened the Chamber of Secrets. However, she is unable to join Harry and Ron in the investigation after the hair she plucked from Millicent's robes turns out to be those of her cat, whose appearance she takes on in her human form; it takes several weeks for the effects to completely wear off. Hermione is Petrified by the basilisk after successfully identifying the creature through library research; though she lies incapacitated in the hospital wing, her information is crucial to Harry and Ron in their successful mission to solve the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets. Hermione is revived after Harry kills the basilisk, but she is devastated to learn that all end-of-year exams have been cancelled as a school treat.[13]

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
In her third year, Hermione gets a pet cat-Kneazle mix named Crookshanks, who habitually pursues Ron's pet rat, Scabbers.[14] Before the start of term, Professor McGonagall secretly gives her a Time-Turner, a device which enables her to go back in time and handle her heavy class schedule. While filling in for Remus Lupin in one Defence Against the Dark Arts class, Professor Snape labels her "an insufferable know-it-all" and penalises Gryffindor after she speaks out of turn in her attempt to describe a werewolf. While Hermione correctly deduces Lupin's secret after completing Snape's homework assignment from the class, Crookshanks proves vital in exposing Scabbers as Peter Pettigrew, a friend of James and Lily Potter who revealed their whereabouts to Voldemort the night of their murders, and was able to wrongly implicate Sirius Black (revealed to be Harry's godfather) in the Potters' deaths.[15] The Time-Turner enables Hermione and Harry to rescue Sirius and the hippogriff Buckbeak.[16]

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Hermione is Bulgarian Quidditch prodigy Viktor Krum's date at the Yule Ball, much to a jealous Ron's disdain, looking unexpectedly beautiful at the ball to boot.[17] The proper pronunciation of her name (Her-my-oh-nee) is interjected into the plot when she teaches it to Krum; the best he can do is "Herm-own-ninny," but she has no problem with it.[4] She later gets into a heated argument with Ron after he accuses her of "fraternising with the enemy" in reference to her friendship with Krum. Hermione also tirelessly campaigns for the rights of house-elves by forming the Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare (SPEW), but she is the only vocal opponent of the enslavement of house-elves, as Ron vehemently reminds her, "They like being enslaved!" She supports Harry through the Triwizard Tournament, helping him prepare for each task. Near the end of the term, she stops fraudulent tabloid reporter and Animagus Rita Skeeter, who had published defamatory materials about Hermione and Harry during the Triwizard Tournament, by holding her captive in her animal form (a beetle) in a jar.[18]

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Hermione becomes a Gryffindor prefect along with Ron, and befriends Luna Lovegood, even though they share the exact opposite ideologies,[19] but their friendship gets off to a rocky start after Hermione chastises Luna's father's publication: "The Quibbler's rubbish, everyone knows that." She also lambasts housemate Lavender Brown for believing the Daily Prophet's allegations of Harry fabricating stories of Voldemort's return. Later, with Luna's assistance, Hermione blackmails Rita Skeeter into interviewing Harry for an upcoming issue of The Quibbler. Attempts to ban the magazine from Hogwarts are futile as the story spreads quickly through the school. One turning point in the series is when she conceives the idea of secretly teaching defensive magic to a small band of students in defiance of the Ministry of Magic's dictum to teach only the subject's basic principles. Hermione gets an unexpectedly huge response, and the group becomes the nascent Dumbledore's Army. She is involved in the battle in the Department of Mysteries and seriously injured, but makes a full recovery.[20]

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
New Potions professor Horace Slughorn invites Hermione to join his Slug Club.[21] She helps Ron retain his spot on the Gryffindor Quidditch team when she secretly jinxes Cormac McLaggen, causing him to miss his last save attempt during Keeper tryouts. Hermione starts developing more feelings towards Ron, but when he romances Lavender instead, she attempts to retaliate by dating McLaggen at Slughorn's Christmas party, but her plan goes bust and she abandons him midway through the party.[22] Ron and Hermione continually feud with each other until he suffers a bout of poisoning from tainted mead, which frightens her enough to reconcile with him. Following Albus Dumbledore's death, Ron and Hermione both vow to stay by Harry's side regardless of what happens.[23]

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Hermione is a valuable help in Harry's quest to destroy Voldemort's remaining Horcruxes. When she, Ron and Harry are captured by Snatchers who are on the hunt for Muggle-borns under the Ministry's orders, Hermione passes herself off as "Penelope Clearwater" and a half-blood to avoid persecution, but is then taken to Malfoy Manor and tortured by Bellatrix Lestrange for information on how they came to possess the Sword of Gryffindor (which Bellatrix believed Snape sent to her vault in Gringotts) before being rescued by Dobby, along with Harry and Ron. She later uses Polyjuice Potion to impersonate Bellatrix when the trio attempt to steal Hufflepuff's cup from Gringotts. Hermione and Ron share their first kiss after Ron says they can not order the house elves to die for them, and they join Dumbledore's Army in the final battle against Voldemort and the Death Eaters, during which Hermione destroys the cup in the Chamber of Secrets with a basilisk fang.[24] In the final battle in the Great Hall, Hermione fights Bellatrix with the help of Luna and Ginny Weasley. However, the three of them are unable to defeat Bellatrix, and stop fighting her once Molly Weasley orders them to back off.[25]

Nineteen years after Lord Voldemort's downfall, Hermione is married to Ron and they have two children, Rose and Hugo.[26] She begins her post-Hogwarts career by working in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures, where she is instrumental in greatly improving life for house-elves; she has since moved higher up in the Department of Magical Law Enforcement while ensuring the eradication of oppressive pro-pureblood laws.[27]
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