'"Despite the "tipping point", when the producers admitted they had to "be sensitive to her needs and how important school was to her", Emma Watson happily decided to stay on for the whole franchise - but also got a good education, later attending Brown University.And while she had to take a two-year gap during her degree to focus on promotional duties for the films, she told , Radcliffe revealed that once filming for The Prisoner Of Azkaban had wrapped, he considered leaving midway through the series to try and audition for other roles:"By the third film, I thought, if there's a time to get out, it's now; there's still enough time for another actor to come in and establish himself…Emma giggled before she answered with a straight face: “No, no I wouldn’t, but I would definitely stay away from that as even just a thought process, really.” Her Beast co-star Dan Stevens, 34, added, “It’s not great.” Dan also got quizzed about his process to become the Beast.Allan asked if he went Daniel Day-Lewis style and took the Method acting approach to role when it came to the Beast’s hairy appearance.
Obviously, the questions were completely ridiculous, but Emma and Dan were both game to play along.No, because sheâd said it before a few years ago on TV.In an interview with FHM, he hinted that both he and Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry Potter, had tried to win favour with Granger, but declined to comment on which of the two was more enamoured with her. The 20-year-old, who suffers from severe arachnophobia, also spoke about the more "terrifying" aspects of fame.He added: I’ll be honest with you: it’s not something I’d say I’m dreading. “It’s taken me years to get used to being recognised in the street," he said. As for who has the worst crush on her – me or Radcliffe – I’d rather not say.” "We've known each other for 10 years so it was a bit like kissing my sister," he said.