Emma Watson sends Harry Potter fans wild as she poses with JK Rowling

It’s been twenty years since they first met at Emma Watson‘s screen test for the role of Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film franchise.

And the actress was there to party with author J.K. Rowling as she marked her 54th birthday this week.

Sharing a snap on Instagram Emma, 29, posed with the writer and her Harry Potter co-star Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood, during the costume party.

Potter party: Emma Watson (right) dressed as Wonder Woman as she celebrated Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's (centre) 54th birthday with fellow Potter star Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood

Potter party: Emma Watson (right) dressed as Wonder Woman as she celebrated Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's (centre) 54th birthday with fellow Potter star Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood

Potter party: Emma Watson (right) dressed as Wonder Woman as she celebrated Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling’s (centre) 54th birthday with fellow Potter star Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood

Emma dressed in a Wonder Woman costume while Jo stood in the middle of the trio, sporting a glam black halterneck dress and gory makeup over one half of her face.

Evanna meanwhile looked gorgeous in green with sparkly cat makeup and her blonde locks styled into ears. 

An impressed Emma paid tribute to both Jo and Evanna’s costumes in her photo caption, writing: ‘Sexy and scary! You smashed this. All the love to you Jo. Happy Birthday!!!! Extra points to @msevylynch for being the most perfect cat.’

Emma first met Jo when she was auditioning for Harry Potter at just nine-years-old. 

After support from the author of the beloved books, Emma was cast as Harry’s friend and Hogwarts classmate Hermione, with Daniel Radcliffe scoring the lead role, and Rupert Grint completing the trio as Ron Weasely.

Emma and Jo worked together on the eight movies in the franchise from 2001 to 2011.

Iconic: Irish actress Evanna played Luna Lovegood in the films, landing the role during an open casting call in 2006

Iconic: Irish actress Evanna played Luna Lovegood in the films, landing the role during an open casting call in 2006

Iconic: Irish actress Evanna played Luna Lovegood in the films, landing the role during an open casting call in 2006

Since then Emma has combined her acting with studying and her activism, with her next movie project a big screen adaptation of another beloved book – Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women.

Rowling meanwhile has continued writing after penning her Harry Potter books, penning five novels for adult readers.

After having creative control over the Potter movies and working as a producer for the Deathly Hallows two-part installment, the writer also collaborated on the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them films.

Breakout role: Emma played Hermione in all eight movies, starring opposite Daniel Radcliffe as Harry

Breakout role: Emma played Hermione in all eight movies, starring opposite Daniel Radcliffe as Harry

Breakout role: Emma played Hermione in all eight movies, starring opposite Daniel Radcliffe as Harry

Evanna, a lifelong Potter fan, landed the role of Luna Lovegood during an open casting call in 2006 – marking her first ever professional acting role.

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Evanna has continued to act since the Potter film franchise came to an end, landing a number of roles in independent films as well as performing on stage in London and New York.

She also made the finals of Dancing With the Stars in 2018 while undertaking extensive charity work. 

Talented group: Rupert Grint completed the trio as Ron Weasely, pictured together at the Chamber of Secrets premiere in 2001

Talented group: Rupert Grint completed the trio as Ron Weasely, pictured together at the Chamber of Secrets premiere in 2001

 Talented group: Rupert Grint completed the trio as Ron Weasely, pictured together at the Chamber of Secrets premiere in 2001

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