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Emma Watson Does Marie Claire 03.Nov.2010

Emma on Marie ClaireThe charming Emma Watson graces the cover of Marie Claire. She is plugging the end of the Harry Potter film series and her departure from a role she has played since she was like 8 by looking like an adult movie star (the good kind not the porno kind) on a woman's magazine. The beautiful Emma, who shows off her gorgeous pixie haircut and channels a young Mia Farrow, opened up to the mag about enjoying her time as a student at Brown University, the haircut and her need to not rebel.

On her hair: ? I? ve wanted to do it since I was about 16, and when Harry Potter ended in June, I just needed a change ? Watson said. ? It was quite symbolic for me. It? s very short; it was buzzed at the back and on the sides. And it? s really liberating that I can walk out without thinking about it.?

On being a student in America: ? The first year at Brown was about finding my feet,? she said. ? I found a great group of girlfriends, and now that I know how things work and what the professors expect, I? m really excited about going back for my second year, because I feel this time I can relax and enjoy it.? Watson is deeply grateful for the way she? s been treated by her peers. ? Brown has a real sense of community, and people are very protective of me,? she said. ? They really look out for me; they want me to feel like I? m part of it. I threw my 20th birthday party at Brown, and I didn? t even have to say to anyone not to put pictures on Facebook. Not a single picture went up. That was when I knew I? d found a solid group of friends, and I felt like I belonged.?

On not needing to rebel: ? I do things in my own way, but I? ve never felt any need to rebel,? she said. ? To be honest, I? ve always had far too much freedom. I had a job when I was 10. I started living on my own when I was 17 or 18. I? ve earned my own money; I? ve traveled the world. What would I rebel against? I? ve had so much freedom, sometimes it was hard. My parents wanted to protect me, but they had no idea how to. I had to learn as I went and make my own mistakes. I went from being totally unknown and never acting professionally to being in a major movie and being very famous. It all happened so quickly, I didn? t have any time to work things out. It? s been pretty scary at times.? Emma in MCEmma in MC