I love a scandal, don’t you? Anyway, various sources are reporting that the previous IMAX poster is not an official poster at all. Potter fandomites have been talking and discussing about a serious hot topic: did someone airbrush curves onto Emma?
The IMAX poster shows a difference in bust and waist on the Hermione character. A quote to make this look rather official and all that jazz:
“This is not an official poster. Unfortunately this image was accidentally posted on the Imax website. The mistake was promptly rectified and the image taken down.”
There is remarkable evidence for this (if you really want to see it, click here). If you want to do some more reading, don’t forget to check out this article. Hopefully WB will get back to us on the last poster released, in which Ginny doesn’t even look like Ginny.
And also, thanks to ootpmoviepics and ebonyserpent we have some new scans of Emma as Hermione! They include: the trio looking worried in the Hogs Head, Hermione looking worried and Hermione looking worried … again?
And that’s about it really …
“He was perfect for this,” says Emma Watson, who plays Harry’s friend Hermione Granger, as she sits in her trailer eating chocolate. “I don’t know if he could have directed any of the other ones. This was his story to tell.
He’s quiet, thoughtful, sensitive. Mike [Newell, director of Goblet of Fire] would sit in his chair and yell at us, or stand up and just be very loud and British. Whereas David will think for a bit, he’ll come over, speak a few words, keep it to a minimum. The thing that always comes up with David is finding truth in the characters, truth in the performance, make it real.