Harry Potter's Emma Watson shares fancy dress throwback picture

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From Good Housekeeping

Emma Watson has paid tribute to Harry Potter author JK Rowling on her 54th birthday with a "sexy and scary" throwback pic.

The actress, who played Hermione Granger in the film franchise, shared a photo on Instagram of herself dressed as Wonder Woman alongside her Harry Potter co-star Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) and the author.

She captioned the pic: "Sexy and scary! You smashed this. All the love to you @jk_rowling. Happy Birthday!!!! Extra points to @Evy_Lynch for being the most perfect cat."

Evanna later commented on it: "Ahhhh I didn鈥檛 know this photo existed!!!!"

Coincidentally, Rowling shares her birthday with her most famous creation, Harry Potter, who turns 39 today.

Emma has recently wrapped filming on a new adaptation of Little Women, directed by Ladybird's Greta Gerwig.

The actress will play sister Meg March, alongside Meryl Streep, Saoirse Ronan, Laura Dern, Florence Pugh and James Norton.

The film is scheduled for release on Christmas Day.

Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

Meanwhile, rumours of a Harry Potter TV prequel series set in the Wizarding World were recently shot down by Warner Bros.

Speaking to fansite The Leaky Cauldron, the studio said: "There are no plans to develop the Harry Potter stories into a television series, reports to the contrary are entirely conjecture."

Previously, James and Oliver Phelps, who played Fred and George Weasley respectively, told Digital Spy that they thought a TV adaptation of the movies would be a bad idea.

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