Watson: I can handle cold, wet sets
Emma Watson has revealed she was unfazed by the wet conditions on the set of Noah.
The actress, who plays Noah's adopted daughter Ila, admitted her experience on the Harry Potter films helped prepare her for the physical challenges of Darren Aronofsky's biblical film.
"It's useful having had a history of working with special effects, in terms of stamina. I'm used to having to do the same things over and over again in order to get it right," she told the Daily Express.
"I'm used to being outside in the freezing cold for hours and hours and then being soaking wet, and then having to run and then cry. I am very comfortable with all of that."
She also told E! News: "There's a lot of action but thankfully I didn't get hurt. I was really just wet a lot, rained on a lot.
"My character doesn't do that many stunts. It's the boys that do that stuff, so I just kind of watched the boys get hurt," she added.
Russell Crowe stars as Noah in the film, alongside Jennifer Connelly as his wife and Sir Anthony Hopkins as his grandfather.
Douglas Booth, Logan Lerman and Ray Winstone also star in the film, which will be released on April 4.