Now that she's reunited with all her ‘Harry Potter’ cast members, Emma Watson says she would return for another reunion in 20 years. As last year marked the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, HBO Max decided to unite some of the fantasy franchise's biggest stars for a reunion special. Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts debuted on the streaming service on New Year's Day and saw those like Watson and Daniel Radcliffe sit down on the original sets to look back on the magic of the Wizarding World.
The Harry Potter franchise has grown beyond the original 8 movies, with Warner Bros. later developing a prequel series based on the fictional textbook ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and ‘Where to Find Them’. However, if the ‘Harry Potter’ reunion proved anything, it's that there is still a lot of affection for the saga of the Boy Who Lived. Fans were thrilled by the new revelations that emerged from the special, such as Watson talking about her crush on Draco Malfoy actor Tom Felton. Now many are wondering just when the Harry Potter cast can assemble again.
Another major anniversary seems like a good time, and Watson evidently agrees. In a recent interview with Vogue, Watson was asked if she would return to Hogwarts for another reunion in 20 years - or, for Harry Potter's 40th anniversary. Her answer was simple, but perfect: "Definitely." Someone better book those sets right now!
Return to Hogwarts might've featured an error where a picture of Emma Roberts, not Watson, was used, but there's no denying filming the special was an extraordinary experience for everyone involved. Watson said in the same interview it was both emotional and intense.