So what's next for the stars of the popular Harry Potter movie series. Well, Emma Watson for one plans to go back to school. The British actress said that she would return to Brown University to complete her degree, reports the Associated Press.

Watson, who plays the pretty, intelligent, wand wielding, Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series, told the Virginia-Pilot that she plans remain enrolled at Brown even though she will study at England's Oxford University in the fall, stated the report.

She will be returning to Providence in 2012 to complete her studies at the prestigious Ivy League school.

Watson, 21, left Brown earlier this year, saying that she wanted to give all her time to the final Harry Potter film and other acting opportunities, added the report.

The release of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 marked the Harry Potter movie series. The movie grossed an estimated $168.6 million domestically from Friday to Sunday which beat the earlier record for best opening weekend set by 2008's Batman blockbuster The Dark Knight.

Watson's two films -- The Perks of Being a Wallflower and My Week with Marilyn -- are in post-production stage. While My Week with Marilyn will be released later this year, The Perks of Being a Wallflower will be screened next year.