Welcome to the most up-to-date and prettiest Emma Watson fansite. Emma has received worldwide recognition for her recurring role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movie saga; she has also appeared in My Week with Marilyn and the The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Along with her theatrical and television projects, Emma has a vibrant modelling career. She has appeared as The Face of iconic British fashion label, Burberry, as well as consecutive campaigns with French beauty group, Lancôme. Emma is also a passionate humanitarian working with the fair trade company People Tree to create an eco-friendly, organic clothing line.
"Rouge in Love" for Lancôme
Emma as The Face
Shot by Mario Testino
Campaign in stores 2013 images - information - news "Beauty"
Emma as Beauty
Directed by Guillermo del Toro
Filming Summer 2013
images - information - news "Noah"
Emma as Ila
Directed by Darren Aronofsky
images - information - news "This is the End"
Emma as Herself (cameo)
Directed by Seth Rogen
Summer 2013 release images - information - news "The Bling Ring"
Emma as Nicki
Directed by Sofia Coppola
Rumoured Cannes premiere images - information - news "The Perks of
Being a Wallflower"
Emma as Sam
Directed by Stephen Chbosky
On DVD February 12, 2013 images - information - news
Although previously shunning social networking sites, Emma has recently adopted means to communicate with her fans while she travels around the world, studies at Brown University and generally lives life as a regular girl-next-door.
Please note that while Emma does have all these places to communicate with fans she does deserve that her fans respect her privacy and that a healthy boundary between 'Emma-the-actress' and 'Emma-the-girl' should be maintained!
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Emma’s official website has been updated to inform fans that Emma will be answering acting- and career-related fan questions on Facebook. They promise that Emma’s responses will be on a “fairly regular basis” and you can submit your questions on this Facebook post.
Two answers have been posted thus far.
What’s happening with “Beauty and the Beast”?
Guillermo del Toro, the director, has just finished editing his last film and is working on the script and pre-production for “Beauty and the Beast”.
Answered 7 June 2012
Would you be interested in directing/producing?
Absolutely. I still have a lot to learn but I would definitely like to do something like this in the future.
Answered 7 June 2012
Are there any more fair trade collaborations on the horizon?
There has been a lot of speculation about my People Tree collections, with stories running that they ‘failed’ or that I was unhappy. This was really strange because I felt the opposite of this. From the two collections I did with People Tree overall sales were £446,000 which was a huge surprise. The collections generated work for 400 farmers, artisans and tailors! For me though, the most important part of the collaboration was that I was able to raise the profile of Fair Trade fashion which I think I did successfully. I visited Bangladesh to see the clothes being made and spoke with the factory workers first hand to understand what the real issues were so I would be able to talk about them in an informed and real way. In terms of other collaborations, I have decided I want to put all of my energy into my acting career but it was something I really enjoyed doing,learnt a lot from and am glad I did.
Answered 9 June 2012
What sort of movie roles are you drawn to? Would you do another blockbuster franchise?
I am definitely staying away from blockbuster franchises for a while! In terms of the type of parts I am drawn to, I need to be interested in the role, and who I would be working with. The director’s vision is key. Sometimes what’s on the page isn’t always representative of what a piece can ultimately become and a great director can take a good script to another level and make it incredible.
Answered 14 June 2012
Lucy in My Week with Marilyn was a small role – why haven’t you been taking lead roles recently?
The reason I hadn’t at that point taken on a full length part and had been doing some modelling work was because I did not have the time to dedicate to a lead role in a full length film as I have been studying for my degree. These smaller roles have also given me the time to learn a few different methods of film making. Smaller, more independent films sometimes allow more room for me to learn and grow.
Answered 16 June 2012
What would Harry and Ron say about Hermione being in Perks?
Harry and Ron aren’t real people and I think that is confusing for people sometimes but I hope that Daniel and Rupert would like the film ! I am no longer playing the role of Hermione even though I love her dearly! I played her for so long of course it’s going to be hard for people to detach me from her but I am Emma and an actress and I hope I have many different people’s stories inside of me. If I am lucky Hermione will be just one of many female characters I will play during my career.
Answered 20 June 2012
What’s the best advice anyone has ever given you regarding fame?
My mum said to me very early on in my career, “Never give anyone information that you aren’t comfortable discussing at any time, anywhere and with anyone – once you open the door on a subject it’s very difficult to close it.” That is very true and I am a very private person. It’s not always easy to follow but I try to keep it in mind. A film critic also once told me that acting was unlike any other in the entertainment industry – an actors job is to tell other people’s stories; to suspend an audiences disbelief and make them believe you are who you are portraying. That job is made almost impossible if your audience know too much about you, the actor, as a person. That has always stayed with me and the older I get the more I see the wisdom in it. However, as much as I might want to do that, I have to acknowledge that it’s not totally possible with the way my career turned out! People have watched me grow up and I think Harry Potter became more famous than I or I think anyone ever anticipated.
Answered 27 June 2012
What advice would you give to your nine year old self?
I think I would have asked more questions of some of the amazing actors on the Potter films – Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Gary Oldman, Emma Thompson, Helena Bonham Carter, Kenneth Branagh – everyone – but I was only nine!
Update: Emma did not attend the event as was reported. “My Week With Marilyn” did have a premiere at DIFF but only director Simon Curtis was in attendance.
Variety.com are reporting that Emma and her “My Week With Marilyn” co-stars, Michelle Williams, Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench, will be in attendance at this year’s Dubai International Film Festival. The group would be there to, obviously, promote the release of their dramatic biopic, “My Week With Marilyn”.
According to the Dubai Film Festival website, “My Week With Marilyn” will have a red carpet premiere at the festival on 13 December 2011.
“My Week With Marilyn” from U.K. helmer Simon Curtis also receives red carpet treatment with stars Michelle Williams, Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench and Emma Watson in attendence. Source.
Hopefully, Emma or her reps will release some sort of statement relating to this reporting. We’ll keep you updated as news and other information comes available.
The first clip from “My Week With Marilyn” featuring Emma Watson as Lucy the wardrobe girl has been released. In it, Colin Clark (played by Eddie Redmayne) persistently seeks out Lucy and asks her out; after a few flimsy excuses, Lucy finally agrees to Colin’s date. The clip can be viewed below (clearer clip thanks to Damian-Lewis.com!).
Also, two dozen new high quality photos of Emma at the London premiere of “My Week With Marilyn” have been added into the galleries. Aaaaaaaand that brings out high quality total for the evening up to 206! I don’t know about you guys, but I think that’s just enough, no?
And with the movie coming out in a few days, more and more “My Week With Marilyn” features and behind-the-scenes videos are starting to be released. One new video, which you can see here, features interviews with the cast and crew of “My Week With Marilyn”, as well as new scenes and clips from the movie. The video has new shots of Emma Watson as Lucy sharing an intimate moment with Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne).
A couple of nights ago, Emma attended the London premiere of “My Week With Marilyn” and lots of the international media were in attendance. As such, we’ve got a whole heap of interview tidbits and from the red carpet with lots of new Emma quotes about acting, Oxford, future projects and much more! Emma confirms in her People.com red carpet interview that she has projects (emphasis on the plural!) in the works but cannot talk about them as of yet.
In related news, the head costume designer on the set of “My Week With Marilyn” spoke recently to Instyle.co.uk about her project; in the interview, she talks about her inspiration for Lucy’s (Emma’s character) wardrobe and how she came about creating it.
“I’m studying and really excited about my next projects,” she said. “I can’t really talk about them right now, but I am going to try and fit in some film projects next year in between school.”
In My Week with Marilyn, which stars Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe, Watson plays Monroe’s wardrobe assistant, Lucy. After the Harry Potter films, she was thrilled to take a role that wasn’t quite as high profile.
“I loved it,” she said. “It was less pressure, but at the same time it was an interesting role, although it was a small role. I loved the script and loved the story, and I’m very interested in Marilyn, so I really wanted to do it.”
And Emma Watson’s character comes across as slightly naïve but fashion conscious. How did you go about defining her character through costume?
I’d found, in my research, an original cast and crew photograph of The Prince and the Showgirl. Emma was based on a real character and so there was a girl, or a couple of girls, that we could have chosen [from the photograph] so I just picked up on one girl and I based Emma on her because she feasibly could’ve been her. She was wearing a tartan dress, so I found Emma an original tartan dress – all of Emma’s clothes were vintage. I also wanted to introduce a touch of the American influence with Emma because the youth culture was just hitting at that period and we had Jimmy Dean, Marlon Brando, Sandra Dee. I wanted to pick up on that Sandra Dee type of character. Read more at the source.
Emma is attending the London premiere for “My Week with Marilyn” at this moment, the first photos are already released. We added the first batch in our gallery, keep an eye on this update because we will let you know when we add more. She looks stunning wearing a black skirt and a white glittery top from Jason Wu.
We’ve got a couple dozen of high qualities in the gallery already but we’re in the process of uploading over 100 more! Keep checking back!
UKPA have also uploaded a snippet from their red carpet interview with Emma. In it, Emma talks about how she can “definitely relate” to the celebrity of Marilyn Monroe and how much she can empathise with her position; she also talks briefly about University and working on future projects.
Emma Watson has said she can “definitely relate” to the character of Marilyn Monroe.
Speaking at the London premiere of My Week with Marilyn, Ms Watson, 21, who plays wardrobe assistant Lucy in the film, said: “I certainly feel a lot for her and for what she went through.
“I think she was just trying to find her feet in the midst of this kind of crazy circus that went on around her, and trying to find some sort of balance and some sort of normality in her life, and I can definitely relate to that.”
Ms Watson, wearing an embroidered white top by designer Jason Wu, said she was currently focused on her work at Oxford University, but she said of future projects: “There are a lot of things that I’m lining up.”