It's always that big question as to whether or not a child star will have an adult career. With the trio of Harry Potter stars, however, the answer has mostly been yes. Daniel Radcliffe was the star of the critically and commercially successful Woman in Black, and now Emma Watson is starring in The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Now, things keep looking up for Watson, because she's now been cast to be in Noah.
Noah, for those who haven't been following the news, is Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky's new bible epic starring Russel Crowe as the builder of the ark. Logan Lerman (also starring in Wallflower) and Douglas Booth have also been cast as Noah's sons, Ham and Shem. Watson is supposed to play Lia, a girl who develops a bond with Ham.
And as for Ron Weasley actor Rupert Grint, the next major picture he has lined up is...well...two out three is good, right?