This trend continued after the initially released Sorcerer’s Stone and on through The Chamber of Secrets and The Prisoner of Azkaban. It actually made a lot of sense. In both the books and their on-screen adaptations, Miss Granger was then merely a brainy girl with a love of books and little interest in the male gender and post-adolescence. The result? Her geeky appearance. Not until the hormone and puberty infested Goblet of Fire did this witch begin to truly dazzle looks-wise. If one recalls correctly, they will remember that this particular installment of the franchise was when the romance making truly began as the boy wizard himself, Harry Potter, experienced his first crush with Cho Chang. More importantly, Hermione found herself caught in a triangle with her best friend Ron Weasley and the foreign born star athlete Viktor Krum. In order to present all of these various infatuations together, the story presents the “Yule Ball” where each student must ask another to be their date on the dance floor.
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However, it is necessary to return from the nostalgia of the past to the present. Emma Watson, as previously mentioned, has recently taken the lovely golden brown locks, which contributed so much to her appeal over the years, and had them replaced with a more boyish, “pixie” style.