Sep 12th, 2011
New promotional still of Emma and Eddie from ‘My Week with Marilyn’
A new promotional photograph from the upcoming biopic film ‘My Week with Marilyn’ featuring Eddie Redmayne as Colin Clark and Emma Watson as Lucy, the “Wardrobe Girl”, has been released and can presently be found in our galleries. ‘My Week with Marilyn’ is set to have its world premiere in New York in October at the New York Film Festival and will be released worldwide (limited) in November.
Sep 11th, 2011
Emma “being courted” for Tom Hooper’s ‘Les Miserables’? – REVOKED
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
Sep 9th, 2011
Emma covers French ‘Elle’ – October 2011
Emma is on the
September October cover of French ‘Elle’ Magazine. The official French ‘Elle’ Facebook page uploaded the image earlier today and it features a brand new photo and photoshoot for Emma. We’ll updated with more information as it becomes available. Check out the photo here in our photo galleries.
Scans from the feature have been added to the galleries, thanks to Watson Uncensored, and a rough translation (raws from WU; please note “rough” in the previous sentence – Google Translator had fun with this one! :D) has also been added below. The feature was shot by Jan Welters and a selection of photoshoot images can be found here in our photo galleries.
Later: A better, less fractured translation of the article has been added thanks to LoveEmmaWatson. Check it out below.
Later: A few more scans from the feature, including the article itself plus a tribute to Emma’s various styles, have been added to the galleries, thanks to Adoring Watson. You can check out the latest uploads in the album here.
Emma Watson, 21, is jumping around to a song by the Talking Heads
It’s 4 pm. The music has been blasting in the studio since 10 am this morning and Emma Watson, 21, is jumping around to a song by the Talking Heads. This morning, she was jumping around to songs by Rihanna and Fleetwood Mac. She came with her iPad so that we could listen to her playlist. At no moment did she complain nor get tired. That which all people of her age group do, she does not, except when sitting at a table where she eats with her eyes locked on to her iPad screen. She knows how to work. A child who, supposedly, was diagnosed with hyperactivity in primary school. Even her look is lively and sparkly: so much intelligence can be felt in and around this young person. The photo shoot is over, everyone applauds Emma. I start asking myself how I’m going to conduct this interview with AC/DC blasting in the background, when she suggests to me that we go outside where it is calmer. Change in ambiance. Here we are below the studio. We eat strawberries in silence. It’s nice. I look at her differently. The little tiny minuscule pimples that are barely noticeable on her forehead. Her eyebrows. Her eyelashes. Her perfect teeth. It’s Emma Watson, famous worldwide since the age of 12. On the cover of Teen Vogue at the age of 15. Her hand imprints in Hollywood at 18. Her fashion icon status since 2010 (according to UK Glamour). Her status as highest grossing actress of the decade. An impressive fortune at her entire and sole disposition for about a year. Her teenage clothing line, Love from Emma. So many fans that even Lancôme, who hired her to be the face of their new perfume “Trésor Midnight Rose”, is in shock. In 15 days, the new muse had about 15 million articles written about her on the web.
She keeps up the buzz on Twitter and Facebook.
In addition, the girl plays the game, she keeps up the buzz on Twitter and Facebook, and is making Lancômea relatable brand. Emma Watson makes you want to live life. Her life. Even I want to smell like Hermione. It is even rumored that little girls in the entire world want to go to college just because Emma does. The reason this young girl has such an impact is because she is not easily influenced. First question: “What is easy to decide to become the face of a perfume?” She answers: “I was always a bit wary about exposing myself with out a clearly defined role. However, I looked at the previous women who had worked before me with Lancôme. They have never changed anyone. They take you as you are. So I accepted. I decided to trust them.” And in the end the entire campaign shot by Mario Testino shows Emma exactly for whom she is. I ask her why, if she decided to trust, did she want to do her own makeup: “I prefer to do it myself instead of portraying someone else’s image of myself. I started in this business when I was very young and learned that if you don’t want to get eaten alive you have to show who you really are all the time.” This is also one of the reasons why she tweets and has a Facebook.
Emma lives for the most part far from her parents
She prefers to speak for herself rather than let others do it for her. For her make-up, she like adding some eyeliner and mascara behind the professional make up artist’s back. After having done the Burberry campaign and now Lancôme, she recognizes that being a model is much more difficult than being an actress, “Because being a model does not come from any source of inspiration in you.” Nevertheless, she models very well, just like everything else she does. She says that her strength is that she knew how to stay grounded. Emma lives for the most part far from her parents (who are divorced and remarried: she is the eldest of 7…) since the age of 10. She is also known and recognized everywhere she goes. “I’ve been dreaming for years about meeting people who don’t know who I am, to see what others think I’m worth without knowing anything about me.” She has, in spite of everything, still managed to keep her personal life private. “I learned early on the right reflexes. There are three: watch and learn from other people’s mistakes (everything you shouldn’t do), never go clubbing, and say ‘no’ very quickly to prying questions.” She struggles with success in order to not be an “it” girl and spends many nights reading and studying for her classes. She’s currently entering her third year of History and English and does not have a lot of free time (she has two movies coming out ‘My Week With Marilyn’ and ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’). She usually borrows clothes for special events as to not worry and if not she invests in simple clothing items, not black, “because it’s sad and too easy,” and often in French brands. “A.P.C, Isabel Marant, and a lot of Agnes B … the obvious things you guys create, you, the French, which such elegance and simplicity. I never manage to be like a French girl, it looks like you are free in everything.”
Short Hair, Sweet Victory!
About a year ago, Harry Potter having just ended, she asked herself what she would really like to do in order to celebrate. Without telling a soul, she went to the hairdressers. She said: “Cut everything.” Obviously, the hairdresser didn’t dare touch Hermione’s hair. She insisted. He cut. “All the experimentation that teens get to do, I couldn’t. At least here I could and did. Short hair, sweet victory!” What do you plan on doing later on? “One day, but really later on, really not any time soon, yes, I’d like to have a family…” She’s also been thinking about writing, she paints… but she is too intelligent to ignore that fact that we can be a little ridiculous saying these things, so she apologizes. She admires Joni Mitchell and Patti Smith. Today, she has an agent, who is here to take Emma wherever she would like, taking into consideration, of course, her meetings and obligations… Bonne Route, smart girl.
Sep 7th, 2011
Emma at the 2011 GQ ‘Man of the Year’ Awards – September 6
Emma made an appearance, and presented an award, at the 2011 GQ Man of the Year Awards in London last night. She’s wearing an Alexander McQueen tartan dress and Christian Louboutin spikey pumps. Photos of the night have started appearing online and you can check out our high qualities here in the photo galleries.
She presented an award to Mario Testino, the photographer who shot her Burberry campaigns and her recent Lancôme campaign in Paris.
Sep 6th, 2011
More from Emma’s shoot with Jacob Sutton for ‘Vogue US’
Thanks to adoring_emma at livejournal two new (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.
Sep 5th, 2011
New Emma photoshoot image from 2010 plus “Naked Fashion” available now
A new photoshoot image by Joseph Chi Lin for TIME Magazine has come available online; this photo was taken just after Emma’s ’10 Questions for Emma Watson’ interview with TIME. You can check it out below or you can access it directly here in the photo galleries. Three not-so-new-but-clearer pictures from Emma’s 2005 shoot with ‘Teen Vogue’ have also been added to the galleries.
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.
Sep 4th, 2011
New Emma outtakes from ‘Seventeen’ Magazine
Outtakes from Emma’s photoshoot for ‘Seventeen’ Magazine have come online recently and can now be found in photo galleries here. Most of the new photos are previously seen photos from magazine scans, including this newish one from Emma’s ‘Seventeen’ cover, but this one is brand new.
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