The young star will be taking a break from her studies at Brown University to complete her work and promotion on ‘Harry Potter.’
It appears that her studies at Brown University have become a bit too much to handle as Emma Watson is taking a brief break from the prestigious college. The actress wrote on her website, “I’ve decided to take a bit of time off to completely finish my work on Harry Potter (the last one comes out this summer) and to focus on my other professional and acting projects.”
The remarkably down to earth Brown University student admits she is still afraid classmates may snap a pic of her and post it on Facebook!
With her worldwide press tour for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows now complete, Emma Watson finally has time to concentrate on the most important thing in her life these days — college! The Brown University student admits to the Daily Mail however she does still have some fears while on campus — like having her photo taken at a bad time!
The young actress grew up with a simple allowance and was completely unaware of the millions she was amassing as part of the hit franchise!
Emma Watson may be one of the biggest stars in Hollywood thanks to her role in Harry Potter, but the actress had no idea of just how much money she was making! Emma says in the December issue of Vogue UK, “By the third or fourth film, the money was starting to get serious. I had no idea. I felt sick, very emotional.” It seems like that would be a pretty great surprise!
The Twilight starlet was spotted taking a tour of NYU on Apr. 29 — and we think that’s great!
It’s a rarity these days for a successful young actress to take time off from her career and focus on college, but it sounds like that’s exactly what Dakota Fanning, 16, is looking to do! She was spotted getting a tour of Gallatin, New York University’s school of independent study, on Apr. 29. We really commend Dakota for even considering college. It’s so easy for celebs to overlook the importance of education (after all, they’ve already got their dream job) and we’re glad Dakota isn’t one of them. Read more