By Michael Slezak
Updated September 25, 2006 at 11:36 PM EDT

This just in from the Office of Straight-From-The-Set! Movie Buzz: Newsweek caught up with Emma Watson on the set of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and the 16-year-old actress sounded noncomittal about reprising the role of Hermione Granger for the final two installments of the blockbuster film series that made her famous. Of course, since Watson doesn’t speak our language, we decided to call in a British-to-American translator (with a minor in teen lingo) to help us determine what’s the big idea.

Quote: ”Every film is such a huge production, and it’s a long time.”
Translation: ”I am, like, so totally over the Harry Potter look. Black robes? Neckties? Haven’t these wardrobe people ever heard of Juicy Couture or Jimmy Choo?”

Quote: ”Daniel and Rupert seem so sure…”
Translation: ”Let me break it down for you: Only one of us is getting hotter with each progressive sequel. And it ain’t Maggie Smith.”

Quote: ”I love to perform, but there are so many things I love doing.”
Translation: ”I’m currently in the studio with Lindsay Lohan’s producers, working on my major label debut, I Belong to the Me I Am (Super Raw).”

Quote: ”I’ve been given such an amazing opportunity, but I’ll just have to go with the flow.”
Translation: ”I am so locked in to playing Hermione till I’m 37, not even my firstborn and a kidney could get me out of it.”