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.
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David Yates is currently in London to promote the upcoming grand opening of the Warner Bros. Leavesden Studio Tour and sat down for several round-table interviews with the world’s press and various “Harry Potter” fansites. During one of the sit-down interviews, two fansites, LeakyNews.com and SnitchSeeker.com, asked Yates about his upcoming projec with Emma, “Your Voice in My Head”. David confirms that Emma is attached to star in the drama and remarks that she is very excited to be so. He also drops some very flattering statements about Emma’s acting potential and feels that, with the right role, Emma could be “incredible”.
And in other “Your Voices in My Head”-related news, the role of the terminally ill psychiatrist who helps Emma’s character find the meaning of life is currently being offered to renowned actor, Stanley Tucci, Variety.com reports. The film has yet to be green-lit but Yates expresses interest (in the first video interview above) to beginning filming in the summer.
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.
Style.com is reporting that Emma will be fronting another beauty line with Lancôme, this time for their ‘Rouge in Love’ lipstick and nail colour range. In their mini-interview with Emma, they find out what beauty products Emma swears by and her favourite picks from her make-up bag. You can check out the entire interview here in the press archives.
Emma Watson hung up her wizard hat this summer after the final chapter of the “Harry Potter” saga his theaters – and the Brit beauty has wasted no time putting Hermione Granger behind her. She’s got two new movies: “My Week With Marilyn”, out next month, and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”, which will be released next year. And then there’s her new gig as the face of Lancôme’s Rouge in Love lipstick and nail polish range, which arrives in stores on Valentine’s Day (the actress already appears in ads for the French brand’s fragrance, Trésor Midnight Rose). Here, she shares her beauty essentials.
Lancôme Hypnôse Doll Lashes
“I’m big into Twiggy so I do bottom lashes and top lashes. This is really cool because it’s specifically designed to get that look.”
Lancome Bi-Facil Eye Makeup Remover
“Way before I became the Lancôme ambassador, I was using the Bi-Facil. You can just leave it on to soak up your eye makeup and it doesn’t feel like your skin is being stripped away.”
Beauty Icon: Mia Farrow
“Going backwards, I love the naturalness of Jane Birkin and the French actresses who don’t look like they are trying too hard – which is definitely the coolest. But Mia Farrow was the big inspriation for the haircut.”
Edit! Rumour revoked – Aussie actor Hugh Jackman confirms that Emma is “not associated” with the project to BroadwayWorld.com.
A few news sources are reporting that Emma is amongst a handful of Hollywood starlets who is “being courted” for the role of Cosette in Tom Hooper’s upcoming film adaptation of ‘Les Miserables’. ‘Les Miserables’ is a literary nineteenth century classic and the movie will be based on the Broadway musical; Emma is rumoured to be offered the role of Cosette. Excerpts from WhatCulture.com and NextMovie.com relating to Emma can be seen below.
Australian actors Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe have been confirmed for the film, and Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange in the ‘Potter’ films) are apparently in discussion for roles.
Please note the “RUMOUR” tag allocated to this post!
Casting is getting aggressive and industry tracking site It’s On The Grid report that Hayden Panettiere, Miranda Cosgrove, Lucy Hale and Emma Watson are being courted for Eponine and Cosette with Amy Adams and Rebecca Hall wanted for Fantine. WhatCulture.com
No other cast members have been announced yet, though actors who have been courted for roles include Geoffrey Rush for Thenardier, Helena Bonaham Carter for Madame Thenardier, Emma Watson for Cosette and Lucy Hale for Eponine. Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams and Rebecca Hall are reportedly on the short list for the role of Fantine. NextMovie.com
Thanks to adoring_emma at livejournaltwonew (tagged) outtakes from Emma’s photoshoot with Jacob Sutton have been added into the galleries. The first image from this photoshoot was previously released and was used in the March edition of ‘Vogue US’ to promote Emma’s organic clothing line collaboration with Alberta Feretti.
Also, “Naked Fashion – The Sustainable Fashion Revolution” book by People Tree is currently on sale now. Emma, along with other noteable fashion industy professionals, have contributed chapters for the book which discusses Fair Trade clothing and developing more fashion-conscious labels. For more information on the book and how to buy it, check out the official People Tree website.
Some of Emma’s co-stars and production crew members from “Perks”, “People Tree” and her latest rumoured project, “Beauty”, have spoken out about Emma and what it was like working with her.
Ezra Miller, who is acting alongside Emma in “Perks” as Patrick, has spoken about Emma’s role as the risque and party-loving Sam; Nina Dobrev, who is also in “Perks” and is playing Candace, has also talked to the press about Emma’s performance in “Perks” and mentions that fans will be shocked about with her character performance! Going back to Emma’s fashion endeavours, Safia Minney, the creator and founder of “People Tree”, has talked briefly about her relationship with Emma and how she and Emma came together to create Emma’s three lines with them; and finally, Guillermo del Toro – he confirms that they have met and discussed the project and expresses his interest in having Emma as the lead.
The more we hear about Watson’s upcoming flick, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, the more it sounds like exactly what she needs to prove there’s more to her than just Harry Potter…
“You better gird your loins,” Perks actor Ezra Miller told me the other day while promoting his newest flick, Beware the Gonzo. “When it comes to Emma people just have no idea. People have no idea what they’re in for. It’s great!” Read more at the source.
“The world has only seen her basically in one role—a pretty conservative, sweet, smart character, which is great,” Watson’s Wallflower costar Nina Dobrev told us earlier today while promoting her PSA for Puma’s breast cancer charity organization Project Pink. “But this one, she pushes the envelope in a different way than anyone’s ever seen her, which is really great. It’s a great role for her.”
“I think they’re going to be excited to see her in something else,” Dobrev says. “And see her spread her wings and try different things. It’s always exciting to see someone you love do something different and see a different side of them.” Read more at the source.
How exactly did the partnership with the actress Emma Watson come to be?
It was her mother that knew someone on our board – an Oxford Professor who works a lot on fair-trade. A meeting was set up and it went from there! I think we very much wanted the same things – a collection that spoke to younger people but also had the integrity of being 100% fair-trade. She was really creative, really open-minded and absolutely lovely to work with. We took her out to Bangladesh this time last year and she was stunned by the level of artistry and hand-skills that go into making product. She was very involved and thinks about things very deeply, which was just wonderful. Read more at the source.
How’s the tone of the Beauty and the Beast project coming?
Well, I met with Emma Watson about it because I’m very interested in doing the movie with her. She’s just perfect for the film, and we talked about the classic iteration of the tale. I love the sort of darker, beautiful, hopelessly romantic but Gothic take on the tale. We discussed this. Read more at the source.