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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Continuing on from our previous update on this weekend, another video was shown during the weekend where David Barron, producer of the “Potter” movies, talks about the final shot filmed for the “Harry Potter” movies. The final shot was infiltrating the Ministry of Magic with Harry, Ron and Hermione disguised as Ministry members in order to get the locket off Umbridge. Video can be seen below.
Other videos have been released but they don’t feature Emma extensively. You can see those at Emma-Watson.net.
Before we post our New York premiere master page (at the right time, this time!) there are a few straggling bits of Emma news that have been floating around the internet lately; things like new interviews, press videos and random new photos – in conclusion, lots and lots of new Emma goodies! First up on the agenda – gallery additons!
Similarly, lots of brand new videos featuring Emma have also started to crop up all over the internet with many television stations airing their “Harry Potter” specials to tie-in with the movie’s release. France’s TF1 have released their “50 Minutes Inside DH:Part 1″ special (click the video as embedding is disabled), as have Belgium’s (?)Germany’s Holland’s RT4 “Behind the Magic” featurette. Also, Friday saw round-table interviews with the cast and crew of “Deathly Hallows” – videos from this press conference have also been added, as has audio; audio downloads are available via SnitchSeeker. Bliss has sent over the iPad exclusive video for the Vogue photoshoot – it was recorded off her iPad with her camera, so the quality’s not fantastic, but it’s still new footage! Thanks so much Bliss!
We’ve also added all the ‘Access Hollywood’ videos and ‘TV Guide’ video series into our makeshift video archive. Lots of Emma and Dan discussing the now famous Harry/Hermione kiss in part one, plus more of Emma talking about her hair, her performance and her involvement in ethical fashion.
And now to wrap up this post with some article tidbits! Emma has updated her Twitter informing us that she’s done with press in the UK and is ready to jet off to the US to complete her “Deathly Hallows” tour before she retires for the year and settles down back at Brown. Plus Time Magazine need your help and are enlisting fan questions for their interview with Emma. And finally epilogue reshoots are scheduled for December with Dan and Emma confirming this sometime during their press tour in the UK.
That’s London done, now off to New York! Wearing my favourite trench that Christopher Bailey @Burberry designed for me. Love it! x Source
With her role as Hermione Granger in the blockbuster Harry Potter movie series, audiences around the world have had the rare opportunity to watch the young British actress Emma Watson grow up on screen with every subsequent Potter movie. Since her acting debut in the series’ first film, 2001′s Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone, Watson has starred in all six installments and has been featured in an advertisement campaign for British fashion house Burberry. Lodge your question?
“I mean, you can imagine, we stopped trains when they said we could do the scene. I mean, we are special – we are ‘Harry Potter,’” Watson says in an intentionally sarcastic and light-hearted tone. “We only had two days to shoot it and we needed so much more time than that. We have reshoots at Christmas.”
So, to make it clear, Watson and Radcliffe’s journey in the world of “Harry Potter” still has a few more days to go. Watson declares, “It’s not over. It’s not over yet.” Read more …
Last bit – I promise! We’re currently “Site of the Month” over at Toby Regbo Online, so big thanks to Vicki for the award! Toby Regbo is an acclaimed British actor who is set to play young Dumbledore in the first and second parts of “Deathly Hallows”!
Hello, hello all! Lots of stuff to get ready before we’re hit by the media tidalwave that is gonna hit us once “Deathly Hallows” premieres on Thursday in London and then again in New York on Monday. Bare with us cause we’ve got a whole heap of stuff to report! Oh and if you don’t see certain bits of news on the main site scrounge around our Twitter page as we obssessively reTweet anything that relates to Emma appearances!
Firstly, as far as we know the photocall and official press conference for “Deathly Hallows” will be either today the 10th November or on the 12th November – Emma, Rupert and Dan have done their first round of preliminary press junkets with radio media personalities (including CBBC’s Newsround team) and are set for a couple more days of official press at Claridges. Emma is also set to appear on the ITV1 “Daybreak” morning show with Jason Isaacs on the 11th November; the London premiere will be held on the afternoon of the 11th with the stars beginning to arrive at approximately after 4.15ish.
Two photos from the press conferences have been released and it looks like they could be from different days. We’re not sure when these days were so we’ll just post ‘em here and hope answers will find their way towards us in the end. Credit for the photos goes to @rickyboleto and @poon_hound.
A video from the first junket has been added and can be viewed below thanks to Sky News. It not only give us a some more Emma quotes but also a glimpse at a new outfit.
Watson adds, “It’s challenging in every way – physically, emotionally. They’re away from home. They’re isolated, they don’t have any news. They don’t know what they’re doing. They’re pulling at shreds. Dumbledore has hardly left them anything to go on.”
[...] But when director David Yates calls cut, the tone changes instantly and the young cast are drawn together like magnets, chatting and grinning from ear to ear. No stars rushing to their trailers here. Between takes, they stay and chat excitedly (we caught a rather surreal conversation between Watson and Bonnie Wright about what soup they were going to have for lunch. Country vegetable apparently!). Read more?
Watson confirms, “It was pretty funny, especially when David had to take us aside and say, ‘I just want to remind you that this scene is not about which one of you can run the fastest.’ But I definitely gave the boys a run for their money,” she smiles. Read more from “The Deathly Hallows”
Meanwhile, something else has caught Hermione’s eye, a headstone with a strange symbol on it: a circle in a triangle with a line through it. Before she can show Harry, however, she senses they are being watched. Surprisingly, the figure that emerges from the darkness is a frail, old woman, who beckons them to follow her. Read more from “Where It Began”
Nevertheless, Hermione is unprepared for the fight that erupts between Ron and Harry. When Ron ends it by deserting them, she is heartbroken. Watson attests, “She is devastated and feels abandoned. His jealousy and accusations also betrayed her trust.” Read more from “The Forest for the Trees”
The trio Apparates to Shaftsbury Avenue in the heart of London’s bustling Piccadilly Circus and the West End theatre district. The scene was shot on the actual site, which Watson says was “surreal. It was incredible to see traffic at a standstill on one of the busiest streets in one of the biggest cities in the world.” Read more from “Nowhere Is Safe”
To save her parents, Hermione makes an impossible choice. In a scene that is only alluded to in the book, she leaves her home behind, taking her parents’ memories of their only child with her. Watson says, “Hermione knows that by siding with Harry she is putting her parents in danger. The only way she can protect them is by completely cutting them off, so she removes their memories of her, which is tragic because she is losing her mum and dad forever. I was really charmed by the way Steve Kloves wrote the scene. It was moving and also brings home the magnitude of the sacrifice Hermione, and also Ron, are making for their friend Harry.” Read more from “Family Gatherings”
“Harry, Hermione and Ron don’t have a home anymore,” notes Emma Watson, who returns to the part of Hermione Granger. “They are always on the move and, worse, they are being hunted, so they don’t know who to trust. But the stakes are high, so they have to be brave.” Read more from “The End Begins”
Partially continuing on from our latest video megapost, WB. have released 13 new character/actor interviews online and one of them, obviously, features Emma talking about the movie; she talks Horcruxes, the Deathly Hallows, the Lovegoods, and filming in Piccadilly! These interviews have been mashed up and edited into various featurettes. The video is available here on Youtube, courtesy of Snitch Seeker.
There’s also a brand new featurette floating around, entitled “The Characters”. It’s about 4 minutes long and it’s one of the exclusive clips that Xfinity/Comcast are releasing progressively throughout the month in the lead up to “Deathly Hallows” premiering next week.
A brand new 10-minute video has appeared online from the Dutch program RTL-4. The featurette has new interviews with the cast (new outfit for Emma!) plus lots of gloriously spoilery footage and behind-the-scenes shots. It’s quite an interesting interview and the Trio really are adorable as they discuss their last days on set, filming “Deathly Hallows” and much, much more!
Entertainment Weekly have released their upcoming cover online and it features none other than Harry Potter! In this new spread, the team at EW exercise the tear ducts of most Potter fans by presenting a startling reminiscence with the cast; the article follows the rise of the Trio and includes new quotes from the pint-sized stars from way back during their initial movies. Emma’s, in particular, highlights her total insecurity and uncertainess about continuing acting; the article also features new quotes from the adults of “Potter” and their views on the megastars Dan, Rupert and Emma.
As the years went on, Watson became increasingly conflicted about whether she wanted to keep playing Hermione – or even wanted to be an actor at all. “Emma’s really bright, but very tough on herself,” says Helena Bonham Carter, who plays Death Eater Bellatrix Lestrange. Going to university was always at the top of Watson’s priority list – she would go on to earn top scores on her A-level exams, the British equivalent of the SATs – and she fantasised about an ordinary life with school and friends the way other kids fantasise about being a movie start.
[...] A year late, in August 2010, she had made it through her first year at Brown (being occassionally dogged by paparazzi) and was preparing to head back to school for her sophmore year. Now, at 20, she sounded, for the first time in yers, like the animated, enthusiastic girl she had been at 11. Sporting a chic new pixie haircut – the only time she’d been able to pick her own hairstyle in 10 years – she gushed about her freshman year. “It feels wonderful,” she said. “I have such a structure when I’m working on Potter. I get told what time I get picked up. I get told what time I can eat, when I have time to go to the bathroom. Every single second of my day is not in my power. Being at college, i took pleasure in the smallest things. Like, ‘I’m going to wake up at 10 o’clock if I want to.’ Or ‘I’m going to eat a sandwich now.’ It was so liberating! I’d be smiling to myself, and my friends woulds say, ‘Emma, what’s wrong?’ And I’d say, ‘I don’t know. I’m just … happy.’” Read more …
And more photographs featuring Emma and her pixie!crop have appeared online. The Trio have appeared in the Japanese magazine ‘Cut’ to promote “Deathly Hallows”; all three have brand new photoshoot pictures! Two scans have been added into our galleries thanks to Snitch Seeker (they also have Dan and Rupert’s photoshoot pictures available).
Edit: Added a clear photoshoot-esque (ie. non scan) picture to the mix.
“The first film is really high tension. Really focusing on the relationship between the three of them; the dynamic in their friendship, and what it feels like for them to be outside of Hogwarts and on the run. The last one is just breakneck speed, the whole thing. I think the audience won’t breathe for two hours. It’s so intense. Lots of action. Really exciting. Amazing visual FX. It will be mindblowing.”
“Weirdly, the last thing I filmed was a very tiny scene of us having to jump into a fireplace, although the fireplace will be done in FX. We were just jumping onto crash mats really. It felt very, very strange. Emotional. It felt like a moment in history.” Read more …