Even wizards make mistakes, but this one is a bit more dark magic than light magic – during HBO Max’s Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts In particular, a childhood photo of Emma Roberts was used instead of a photo of Hermione Granger herself, Emma Watson.
After tweet the un fan Noting that the bug went viral on Twitter, the producers of Return to hogwarts promised to fix things. “Well known Harry Potter fans!” the producers said in a statement to Weekly entertainment. “We were brought to our attention by an error in the editing of a mislabeled photograph. New version soon “.
Return to hogwarts marked the 20th anniversary of the first Potter movie, Harry potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, gathering the cast members for some magical nostalgia. The special also revealed some behind-the-scenes bombshells, from Watson’s childhood crush on co-star Tom Felton (who played Draco Malfoy) to the reveal that Watson considered leaving the franchise before the fifth film.
“I think I was scared,” the actress told fellow actor Rupert Grint about her initial hesitation to end the series. “I don’t know if you ever felt like you reached a tipping point where you were like, this is forever now. The fame thing had come home in a big way. “
Ultimately, however, Watson said that no one had to convince her to stay aboard the Potter Movie (s. “The fans really wanted you to be successful and we all really supported each other,” he said. “How good is that?”
Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts is now available on HBO Max.