Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was the first time the series welcomed a British director as Mike Newell joined the team.
The film sees the characters truly become teenagers as hormones and emotions fly and for the first time Hermione and Ron begin to realise they have feelings for each other deeper than just those of friends.
And of course one of the greatest scenes in the film is the Yule Ball where we see Hermione finally take centre stage as she enters the crowded hall in a beautiful dress on the arm of Viktor Krum, much to the chagrin of Ron.
“ That dress! I felt such pressure, I cannot even begin to tell you. This was Hermione’s big reveal where she goes from being perceived as just bookish and nerdy to being beautiful. It’s the moment I suppose when Ron finally sees what he’s missing. But, I remember being terrified I’d fall down the stairs, everyone was watching me!” Emma exclaims.
The film follows the fortunes of Harry, Ron and Hermione as they go head to head with the Durmstrang boys and the Beau Batton girls in the Tri-wizard Tournament. The film also features a breathtaking scene as Hermione and other characters are seen to be tethered deep within the murky depths of the river, thankfully all achieved with prosthetic doubles. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire also welcomed young actor Robert Pattinson who played the role of Cedric Diggory. Sadly his character was not to survive, but this was not to be the end of his career!