The Harry Potter franchise has set young Brit Emma Watson up for life - she insists she never has to work again once the film series ends. The teenager, who plays Hermione Granger in the Potter movies, had no idea the franchise would make her rich beyond her dreams when she auditioned for the first film as a 10-year-old. She now earns a reported $4 million (GBP2 million) for each Harry Potter film. She tells America's Parade magazine, "Let's be honest, I have enough money never to have to work again, but I would never want that." The sensible teen reportedly held out for extra money to complete the Potter series of films. She refuses to comment on the salary rumours, but insists agreeing to make three more films was not something she took lightly. She adds, "People underestimate what a big decision this was for me. This is the next three or four years of my life. "Being in the spotlight and the lack of freedom are the sort of things that held me back."