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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I have added the movie screencaptures of Emma in ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ to our gallery. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, I definitely recommend it. Emma did an absolutely phenomenal job in this movie. You can view them in our gallery.
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Hello fellow Emma fans! I thought I’d take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Carmel and as Siobhan already said I am one of the three new Emma fans maintaining this website! I’ve been a fan of IHW.net ever since it was opened so I am thrilled to work on this now.
As for my update, back in January Emma attended the People’s Choice Awards where she won the award for Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress for her role in The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Tons of HQ photos have been added to our gallery including a portrait session that Emma did. Enjoy!
For the past couple of days Emma has been in London promoting her newest film, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”. On Wednesday night Emma taped her session with late night television host, Jonathan Ross, for his show, ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’, as well as pop artist Gwen Stefani and illusionist Dynamo. The interview will air on September 29 on ITV. Emma is wearing a purple leather Cushnie Et Ochs Resort cut out dress. A few quotes from the interview have also been revealed and you can read them below.
“Between the ages of ten and twelve I had a really terrible crush on Tom Felton, to the extent that I would go into work in the morning and look down the numbers on the call sheet to see if he was going to be in.
We love a bad guy, he was a few years older and he had a skateboard – and that just did it really. He totally knew (she had a crush on him) and the thing is that he’d tell everyone, ‘I see her in a younger, sisterly way,’ and it just broke my heart. It still does.”
“I didn’t know if I believed in myself yet as an actress, outside the role of Hermione, which I knew I could do, and I did for a long time. I didn’t know if I had other people in me or not.
I did doubt myself a little bit. I think I’d just played one person, who in many ways was similar to my own personality, and I played her for ten years and I got so comfortable doing that, that the idea of coming out and playing somebody else was terrifying.”
“She’s so innocent, she’s so good, that anything in contrast to her looks like crazy. I wear a pair of ripped jeans and they are like, ‘Emma Watson wearing ripped jeans, what would Hermione say?’ it’s like so scandalous.”
After a full, busy day of press and radio and twitter appearances, Emma has appeared at the London special screening/premiere of her newest film, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”. Emma looks absolutely adorable with her curled hair! She’s wearing a black Christian Dior peplum play suit and Dior black heels, and accesorised with Tiffany and Co. and Boucheron jewellery. A bunch of photos have been added to the galleries.
The behind-the-scenes video for the “Perks” crew’s photoshoot with Guy Aroch for ‘Nylon’ is now available! In the video, Emma, Logan and Ezra talk about the interesting styling for the shoot, having fun with the props, filming “Perks” in Pittsburgh, and taking over the hotel; there are also a great preview of adorable shots of the trio which will hopefully be released. You can see our previous posts on this cover here and here.
A brand new interview with Emma was published over the weekend in ‘The Sunday Times’ magazine, September 23rd edition. In the interview, Emma talks candidly about her life – the “Real Emma” against the “Fictional Emma” – and how she deals with constant invasions of privacy, picking roles, juggling her active filming and academic schedules, and coming to terms with herself and her situation. There are no new photos accompanying the interview. Scans can be read in our gallery and the entire transcript has been added to our press archives.
There is a little girl who comes from nowhere, dreams of landing the role in the film of her favourite book and it actually happens. Effortlessly, she ascends the ladder of fame and fortune. She has a fairy-dust-coated magical childhood filled with red carpets and movie stardom. There are no photos of her stumbling out of nightclubs drunk, no poisonous ex-boyfriends selling their stories; there is nothing lurid or shady or dark. She grows up. Her life changes forever. She discovers she can’t ride the bus any more but she can design her own collection of clothes, secure lucrative modelling contracts and have Capital Fun. She turns out to be beautiful, wealthy, powerful and in control. Despite her colossal fame, she remains grounded and beloved by all. She has, obviously, the perfect life. So why is Emma Watson crying into her scrambled eggs? “This book,” she says, shaking her head with disgust, “is total fiction.”
We are seated on a velvet brown banquette at a corner table in a grand hotel in New York. Breakfast sits untouched as she stares at her fact on the cover of ‘Emma Watson: the Biography’. She is dressed in a baggy jumper with her hair pulled back; her younger-looking expressive face currently registers anguish.
Previous interviews with Watson have portrayed her as a self-possessed, mature young woman who acknowledges her luck and gratitude in abundance. Perhaps, as she will later say, if I’d met her on a different morning, that side of her would have been present. But there is another side. Someone who remains, despite her best efforts, emotionally overwhelmed by the vibrations of fame.