Red hair. Vacant expressions. Tatty second hand book. You must be the Weasley’s.
Top Ten Favorite Fictional Characters
↳ 4. Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)Are you sure thats a real spell? Well, its not very good, is it? Of course I’ve only tried a few simple ones myself, but the’ve all worked for me.
Bonnie Wright attended a screening of her directorial debut, Separate We Come, Separate We Go - 11/27
“When I saw that scene from The Goblet of Fire where she stood in front of the steps with Daniel Radcliffe at the dance, and the way that she cried and the way that she was vulnerable—I just had an instinct about her as an actor. She got better every movie—we all saw that. The icing on the cake for me was meeting her. I know these characters so well because of the book and the screenplay and whatever part of it that I have actually lived, whether it’s the people that inspired it or whatever, that when it came to casting, I just knew. It’s hard to describe. It could be something as simple as, in the case of Emma, I knew how much she had to prove to herself. I knew how much longing she had to break out of the Hermione part, and to show herself more than anyone else had allowed her.” - Stephen Chbosky, author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
If I hadn’t plucked up the courage at nine years old to go to my first audition for Harry Potter I wouldn’t be here speaking for my generation about issues such as world hunger. Be apart of the IF campaign and change the lives of people living in poverty. (x)
It is our choices, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities
Imagination is not only the uniquely human capacity to envision that which is not, and therefore the fount of all invention and innovation. In its arguably most transformative and revelatory capacity, it is the power that enables us to empathize with humans whose experiences we have never shared. — J.K. Rowling