To mark the twentieth anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, HBO Max brought together some of the biggest stars in the franchise for a special reunion.
Emma Watson was obviously among the cast members, and after the successful reunion, she is sure she would like to be in another reunion 20 years from now.
The special, Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts, made its debut on HBO Max on New Year's Day.
During the show, Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, and other Harry Potter stars had a trip down memory lane during which they recalled the magic of the world they helped bring to life.
The movie franchise may have eight films, but it has since grown far beyond that. For instance, the prequel series was created based on Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them, a fictional text.
The reunion has helped prove that the franchise still has a lot of love from fans and cast members. In general, fans were quite receptive to the secrets shared during the special.
They included Watson talking about her crush on Tom Felton, who played the role of Draco Malfoy in the films.
Many can't help but wonder when the cast will meet again and share more secrets about being part of the popular movie franchise.
That is why another significant anniversary sounded like a brilliant idea, and Watson was all for it. When asked if she would be up for the 40th anniversary of the show, her answer was short but unquestionable: "Definitely."
Hopefully, someone is working to make sure that another reunion special happens.
Otherwise, Return to Hogwarts also got attention for a mistake in which Emma Roberts' picture was used to replace Emma Watson's image. That, however, was not enough to ruin the unique experience the cast members had as part of the show.
According to Watson, being on Harry Potter was both intense and emotional.
Still, the most outstanding experience was having fans see Watson, Radcliffe, Rupert Grint in the Gryffindor common room. Without a doubt, this must-have also been a monumental moment for the stars.
If the plans to have another reunion in 20 years were actually implemented, then it is apparent that many fans would tune in and enjoy the show. It is pretty clear that stars like Watson would be happy to come back after two decades.
Obviously, if the fortieth anniversary were a success, it would help prove how incredibly successful the franchise has been. Actually, with the many Harry Potter-related projects that might exist in the future, a reunion in 2041 might not be such a bad idea after all.