"I kind of felt that maybe my anxiety was about, 'Oh, I'm going to be seen as badly portraying this character,'" shared Wright.
Bonnie Wright, who starred as Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potterfranchise is opening up about the pressure of adapting a character from a beloved book series and how the lack of screen time can be "disappointing."
"Like, 'Oh gosh, will I do justice to this character that people love?' So that was always hard to do, especially when, inevitably, a lot of the scenes of every character were chopped down from the book to the film," she continued.
"So you didn't really have as much to show in the film."
"Sometimes that was a little disappointing because there were parts of the character that just didn't get to come through because there weren't the scenes to do that," added the actress, 32. "That made me feel a bit anxious or just frustrated, I guess."
Wright also noted that there "was no room for much change in those scripts," and she never complained about the character's role to the producers.
"There were a million executives going through them all," she shared. "I think what I maybe took, which I don't take so much to heart now.
"I kind of felt that maybe my anxiety was about, 'Oh, I'm going to be seen as badly portraying this character,'" continued Wright. "Rather than realizing that I wasn't really given the opportunity to do that. So it wasn't really my fault, exactly."
"Fans do share that disappointment and they do it in a way that is like, 'We know it wasn't you. We just wanted more of you," said Wright. "And that's the same of every character. If only they could be five hour long movies."