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
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Following up from our previous post, after the premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival Emma also appeared at the after party, hosted by vitaminwater. Emma looked adorable, decked out in the same outfit from the premiere, and had some fun with “Perks”-related quotes and chatting to the party attendees – one of which was Jared Eng from Just Jared!
Emma Watson and her “Perks” co-stars, Logan Lerman, Nina Dobrev, Ezra Miller and Johnny Simmons, as well as writer-director, Stephen Chbosky, were all in attendance at this afternoon’s premiere of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)! Emma wore a navy and white flowery print Erdem dress with simple black pumps; also, check out the her hair do – so pretty! Details and close-ups of the dress can be seen here, here, here and here; a close-up of her hair can be seen here.
Over 60 high quality images from the premiere have been added into the galleries. Massive thanks to Mayara from Logan Lerman Online and Jess from Isabel Lucas Online for donating these gorgeous pictures!
The “Perks” crew have been hard at work promoting the movie at TIFF and have sat down with media and journalists from all over the world in the past two days. The “Perks” crew will continue their promotional tour after TIFF and the Los Angeles premiere of the film will be on September 10 – unfortunately, Emma’s reps have confirmed that Emma will not be in attendance at the Los Angeles premiere. She will, hopefully, maintain her upcoming television appearances – she’ll be on ‘Anderson Live!’ (date still unconfirmed), ‘Live with Kelly!’ on September 13 and on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ on September 13.
This month’s edition of ‘Vanity Fair’ magazine includes a spotlight on “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”! Accompanying the brief blurb on the synopsis of the film is a brand new photoshoot image of the main three of “Perks” – Emma, Logan and Ezra – shot by renowned photographer, Ellen von Unwerth. Although only a tiny preview image was available on the official Vanity Fair website, a larger, clearer photo has been uploaded.
What is it about the Smiths that makes the melancholic 80s band something of a Bat Signal for cultured and cute vintage-wearing dream girls? In writer-director Stephen Chbosky’s new The Perks of Being a Wallflower, a wonderful film based on Chbosky’s own novel, the pixieish, Smiths-adoring love interest, Sam, is played by Emma Watson, in her first significant post-Hermione role. Sam’s suitor, Charlie, is played by Logan Lerman. Perhaps inevitably, he is a clinically depressed introvert who befriends Sam and her punky stepbrother, Patrick—the inestimable Ezra Miller—at a high-school football game. Charlie and Sam soon reveal their shared love of British glum-pop, including the Smiths’ “Asleep,” which is ironic, or appropriate, because the film details how Charlie finally wakes up thanks to Sam’s tender, nonjudgmental companionship. The metaphor is not as heavy-handed as it sounds.
If Hollywood were a high-school cafeteria—a tremendous stretch of the imagination!—the three young leads would most certainly sit at the center of the cool table. Watson and Lerman will next star in Darren Aronofsky’s big-screen adaptation of Genesis chapters 6 to 9, Noah, while Miller will play opposite Mia Wasikowska in Madame Bovary, providing an even greater service to teenagers than showcasing the triumph of the loner: giving them a way around reading Madame Bovary.
Emma Watson and “Perks” co-star, Ezra Miller, were both in attendance at this afternoon’s red carpet for the MTV Music Video Awards 2012. Emma wore at a extremely colourful Peter Pilotto knit dress with lace up Tom Ford heels. The pair also graced the stage with their prescence and introduced punk-rock band Green Day. First couple of photos have been added to the galleries – keep checking back for more updates!
Edit! We’ve passed the 60 image mark – all high quality! Big thank you to Luciana from Jessica Chastain Network, Mr Cavill and Kirsten Dunst Online for donating a lot of these photos, including the ones of Emma and Ezra presenting! Please visit her fantastic sites as a way of saying thank you for her donations. :)
As we told you on Twitter, Emma made her appearance on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ last night to promote “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”! During her interview, Emma talks filming “Noah” in Iceland and “The End of the World” in New Orleans, attenting uni and her major (confirmed, it’s English!), gets out of Zumba-ing infront of an audience, promotes “Perks” and tries to scope out whether or not David has actually seen any of the “Harry Potter” films. A new from “Perks”, featuring Sam and Charlie talking about relationships, is also attached to the interview. You can see the interview in its entirety here on Youtube.
Entertainment Tonight Canada sat down with Emma to talk all things “Perks”. In the interview, Emma talks about playing beer pong, discovering how to be an American teenager, how her Hermione fans will react to her new acting ability, Sam as “the world’s best flirt”. There’s also a few behind-the-scenes looks at filming some of the “Perks” scenes and a couple of new scenes.
MTV have uploaded the first official clip from “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”, as well as a recent interview with writer/director, Stephen Chbosky, on the filming process, casting his characters and fond memories on the set in Pennsylvania. The interview has some great tidbits from Stephen including the audition process to finding his perfect Charlie, Sam and Patrick, and some of the scenes that have been cut from the film. The Emma-related questions and answers can be seen below.
The clip is entitled “A Toast to Charlie” and features Patrick (Ezra Miller) toasting newcomer Charlie (Logan Lerman) from the first party in the book. The clip also gives us a clearer look at Emma’s American accent and also features co-star Mae Whitman. (And it isn’t region-locked, woo!)
In taking on this project, from writing the book, then the screenplay and then making your feature film directorial debut, did you have any hesitations? What were the conversations like with the studio in getting things off the ground?
I had no hesitations; I just had to wait to be ready. The book was so personal to me and I needed the time to get the distance, to work on my craft and learn from others. And then once I was ready, there was no hesitations I knew I was going to make this movie and I didn’t develop the script I just wrote it on my own on spec and then from the script I got the producers, from the producers we got Emma [Watson] and then we auditioned Logan and then we went to Summit. By the time we reached the studio, there was no hesitation, they were really excited about the project and they gave us the green light.
What were the original meetings like with the castmembers?
I met them through the audition process — Emma was an offer. I knew she was Sam. That was easy. Logan auditioned and every other person including the adults, every other person auditioned. The only thing I was looking for, I was looking for a terrific cast. I was looking for great actors, but most importantly, what I was looking for was great people, because I knew with something this personal to me, I wanted the drama onscreen and I wanted a family atmosphere on set and I wanted these kids to have the summer of their lives, because first, it’s good manners, and second, it’s going to lead to a better movie and then ultimately, it did. So just feel, you know?
What were the first days like on set? When did you start to see the actors gel?
In the way movie schedules work now, there wasn’t a lot of rehearsal period. The auditions become the rehearsal, and I just tried to create an atmosphere, maybe not so much on set because that was all about the work, but off set, where — for example, I’ll never forget the first day I brought Emma, Logan and Ezra and myself together. We had a beautiful dinner over the city, then I took them for the first time to the tunnel, I took them through playing this song called “Happiness” by Riceboy Sleeps and that was our bonding experience. Ezra and Emma bonded by learning all the dance moves to Rocky Horror for the homecoming dance. And then, as we introduced each castmember came to Pittsburgh to start doing their work, the kids just found each other and they made the Crowne Plaza hotel — which was literally 150 yards from the mall where I used to shop as a kid — they made it like a dorm, and they got in a lot of trouble.
Let’s talk about Ezra and how perfect he is as Patrick.
Ezra’s a force of nature. He is so free and he is generous and he is so nice, and we, God did we luck out because I had Emma and Logan really early on, I knew I had Sam and Charlie covered. Patrick was the wild card, we auditioned a lot of people, some really good people, but ultimately, he was the only choice for that part. And he brought so much life and freedom to the role, just I count my lucky stars. I cannot believe it.