Emma Watson actually wrote a note during 'Philosopher's Stone' scene
It might be coming up to a decade since the main Harry Potter movies came to an end - but that hasn't stopped fans from all over the world rewatching the entire franchise from start to finish and dissecting each and every little scene.
Check out this 2001 interview with the three main stars of the Harry Potter movies: Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint:
The latest scene to become the focus of attention from Potterheads the world over is the one - in the very first movie, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - where Hermione Granger (played by Emma Watson) simply sits at her desk taking notes with a quill and parchment paper.
While in the background of the scene, Watson was tasked with acting as though she were jotting down notes - like the studious pupil we know Hermione to be.
Take a trip down memory lane with this 2004 interview with a 14-year-old Emma Watson:
As the scene was shot wide, Watson didn’t actually have to write anything, but - because of a handful of eagle-eyed viewers - we now know she did.
In fact, if you zoom in enough, you can see exactly what she wrote.
"My name is Emma Charlotte Watson," Watson begins. "I am 10 years old and playing the part as Hermione Granger. I am in a Tranfiguration (sic). I love this pen (quill)."
Young Emma also made some notes about her teacher, Professor McGonagall, played, of course, by the legendary Maggie Smith. "Professor McGonigal (sic) (the cat) (Miss Peacock) is beautiful," she continues. "(She) is black and white. I wish I had a cat as a teacher."
Evidence of Watson's 'note-taking' during filming has received over 526k likes on Twitter and has since been turned into a meme.
How's that for some early noughties' nostalgia?