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Alan Rickman had issue with Emma Watson's 'dictation' but praised Daniel Radcliffe

Emma Watson's diction according to excerpts from his diary.The late actor, who sadly passed away in 2016 from pancreatic cancer shared accounts of his intimate life and career in his journal over 25 years which will be released to the public next month.In the book, Madly, Deeply: The Diaries of Alan Rickman, Alan recounts his numerous off-set encounters while also sharing his honest opinion on Harry Potter and his co-stars.READ MORE: Harry Potter fans flock to King's Cross Station to celebrate Back To Hogwarts dayAlan who played Professor Snape in the Harry Potter franchise was clearly unimpressed with Emma's articulation while depicting the role of Hermione Granger which he described as "this side of Albania at times."Sharing his thoughts on Daniel Radcliffe who played Harry, Alan said: "I still don’t think he’s really an actor but he will undoubtedly direct/produce."While filming commenced on Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Rickman wrote in frustration: "These kids need directing. They don’t know their lines."However the Die Hard star was full of praises for director Alfonso Cuarón and said he did "an extraordinary job".He added: "It is a very grown-up movie, so full of daring that it made me smile and smile.

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