Sydney: Emma Watson has said that she tries to make her movie choices from the heart.
The 23-year-old actress said that her decisions are based on what she loves and identifies with, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
She said that she is still studying, so she`d rather do something because it will look good.
So far her decision has meant the she has not done any more wizard films after `Harry Potter.`
Her first non-wizarding movie role was in a TV adaptation of Noel Streatfeild`s classic `Ballet Shoes,` since then she has starred in `The Perks of Being a Wallflower,` where her role was of a arty high-school outsider who helps the hero feel comfortable with his outsider status.