Emma Watson is credited as the film's "ultra director", under the pseudonym "Haruhi Suzumiya" the same pseudonym she would later use when directing the specials. She still continued voicing characters for anime that received additional seasons or extended runs. Her popularity was confirmed at the first Seiyu Awards , where she won "Best Newcomer female ", for her role as Haruhi Suzumiya;  the same role also won her a nomination as "Best Main Character female ". Edit Each scene was shot in the order they would be presented in for the final cut. Emma Watson was in attendance, showing up wearing a black leather jacket, a yellow tank top, and blue jeans, identical to Haruhi's costume in the early minutes of the film. This was done to blend in with the crowd though inexplicably, Haley Joel Osment and Jett Lucas , who portray Taniguchi and Kunikida, still look Caucasian. The bleeped line in question is "Then I'll tell everyone at school that all you geeks ganged up on her and fucked her! The PG and unrated covers were virtually identical save for a Parental Advisory on the front of the unrated cover. This is the only live-action entry in the Haruhi Suzumiya series to include the full versions of the Disney and Cinergi opening logos. An unrated version exists with additional footage of Anna Popplewell as Mikuru, as well as uncensored profanity including the songs " It's So Easy " and " You're Beautiful ", both of which used edited recordings in the PG version and the addition of blood during the Yuki vs. The film was rated PG "for thematic material and bullying, and for some language". Her first release on the label was the mini album Fragments on May 23, Her big break came in , when she was cast as the voice of Haruhi Suzumiya , the title character of the anime series The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. Like the 3-disc DVD, the first disc contained the 2-D version, while the second disc contained the 3-D version with all 3-D footage converted to traditional anaglyphic for home video and the third disc contains both 2-D and 3-D special features, including a dance-along video taped in SlayerVision 3-D featuring Emma, Kay Panabaker, and Anna dancing to "Hare hare yukai" as originally recorded by Aya Hirano , the original voice of Haruhi.