Emma Watson "terrified" on Harry Potter set
The star admits some scenes were so real she was scared
The actress said that on set explosions were particularly frightening.
Despite wearing plugs to protect the eardrum, the actors were so close to the detonations, they could still hear them.
Co-star Rupert Grint said to Empire magazine that at times the set seemed like a war zone as the explosions were very realistic.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is released nationwide on July 15th.