Burberry London, Lancome (2011), Katherine Alexander Jewellery Her role as “Hermione Granger” in Harry Potter series.
2001 film Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Released as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in India and USA) for her role as Hermione Granger.
It's irresistible fun watching them grow up onscreen.
Radcliffe comes into his own as Harry, giving the role scrappy humor and surprising depth.
Cuaron knows how to loosen up his pubescent wizards as they head for their third term at Hogwarts.
They dress and sass like modern teens with hormones raging.
Not only is this dazzler by far the best and most thrilling of the three Harry Potter movies to date, it's a film that can stand on its own even if you never heard of author J. Cuaron's 1995 would do with Harry (Daniel Radcliffe, 14), Hermoine (Emma Watson, 14) and Ron (Rupert Grint, 15) on the road to puberty. Screenwriter Steve Kloves, ever faithful to Rowling, doesn't mess with overt sex, though it must be something of an in-joke that Harry is first discovered under bedcovers playing with his wand.