I just wanted to let you know I have been very, very busy these past months with work and stuff happening outside my laptop, but now that I am back I will try and update the site more often. Currently I am working on bringing you new photos of Emma and updates on her work.
Bear with me guys, by the end of the month this website will be 100% up to date, pinky promise!
Telegraph – Emma Watson, the Harry Potter actress, has recorded a series of romantic poems for a phone app of Allie Esiri’s The Love Book which will be released on February 14.
As Emma Watson’s romance with her rugby player boyfriend Matthew Janney goes into extra time, Mandrake hears the Harry Potter actress has the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for him.
Emma has recorded a series of romantic poems for an audio edition of Allie Esiri’s The Love Book which will be released on February 14. “Her people got in touch with me,” Esiri whispers at the launch at Daunt Books, Marylebone. “They told me she had fallen in love with the app and could she come and read some poems?“
Watson even recited some of her personal favourites for the new phone app. “She brought in some of the ones she really loved,” she adds. “She was so sweet.“
Emma Watson reads three poetries on this app : The Invitation by Oriah, The Guesthouse by Rumi and The Orange by Wendy Cope. She participated in this along with Helena Bonham Carter, Tom Hiddleston, Damian Lewis, Gina Bellman and Helen McCrory, who reads on The Love Book app.
Watch the newest behind the scenes video below from Wonderland Feb/March cover shoots with Emma as guest editor.
Variety – Emma Watson has joined Ethan Hawke in The Wwinstein Co.’s upcoming thriller “Regression.”
Alejandro Amenabar is directing from his own screenplay. Amenabar’s longtime partner, Fernando Bovaira, is producing for his company, MOD Entertainment, with Canadian producer Christina Piovesan.
TWC-Dimension will release the film in 2015. FilmNation Entertainment is handling international sales at Berlin.
The storyline is currently being kept under wraps.
Amenabar previously teamed with Dimension on “The Others,” which grossed over $200 million worldwide.
“I am passionate about Alejandro and his work and am so happy to be collaborating with him. I’m really excited by the challenge my character presents to me as an actress… I can’t wait to begin,” said Watson.
Watson’s recent credits since completing the Harry Potter films include “Bling Ring” and “This Is the End.” She will be seen next in Paramount’s “Noah” opposite Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly.
Watson has also been attached to “Your Voice in My Head” since September.
TWC-Dimension dated “Regression” for U.S. release on Aug. 28, 2015, after acquiring U.S. rights to the project at the American Film Market. At that point, the screenplay was described as being about a man who has no memory of sexually abusing his daughter, despite charges against him, and who may be part of a nationwide conspiracy.
“Regression” is the fourth title planned for release under the TWC-Dimension label following “Paddington,” “Murder Mystery” and “Passengers.”
Watson is repped by Markham Froggatt Irwin in the U.K. and WME in the U.S.
Looking very gorgeous in red Dior Couture dress, Emma attends The Golden Globes 2013 last night to present an award along with Chris Pine. And following the 2014 Golden Globe Awards, wearing Theory dress, she arrives at the InStyle and Warner Bros Post-Party held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills . I’ve added lots of the HQ photos of Emma from the red carpet and after party of 2014 Golden Globe Awards to the gallery. Will add more photos soon! And also I want to apologize for the lack of updates during my personal hiatus, but I’ll try to catch up with news and photos I’ve missed during my hiatus. Enjoy!
Public Appearances > 2014 >> January 12 | 2014 Golden Globe Awards – Arrival
Public Appearances > 2014 >> January 12 |2014 Golden Globe Awards – Red Carpet
Public Appearances > 2014 >> January 12 |2014 Golden Globe Awards – Inside
Public Appearances > 2014 >> January 12 | Instyle & WB After Party of The 71st Golden Globe Awards
Public Appearances > 2014 >> January 12 | Leaving Instyle & WB After Party of The 71st Golden Globe Awards
Also there are several videos of Emma from The Golden Globe Awards 2014 which you can check them below :
Check out the newest deleted scenes from “This Is The End” featuring Emma below
Deadline EXCLUSIVE – Stephen Chbosky, who directed Emma Watson in the sleeper hit The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, has re-teamed with the actress at 20th Century Fox on While We’re Young. Based on the Adena Halpern novel 29, While We’re Young will be scripted by (500) Days Of Summer scribes Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter. John Davis is producing through his Davis Entertainment banner. The log line: A 75-year-old woman, still feeling frisky and that she has far more in common with her 29-year-old granddaughter than with her stuffy 55-year-old daughter, is granted a birthday wish. She gets to be 29 again, for a day. She uses the time to go on an adventure with her now same-aged granddaughter. The film tells the story of three generations of women.
It’s a departure for Chbosky, who adapted his own coming-of-age novel The Perks Of Being A Wallflower and got a WGA nomination for the script. He also wrote the screenplay for the film adaptation of the Jonathan Larson stage musical Rent. Perks was a very important movie for Watson, as it allowed her to play a sophisticated young woman, warts and all, as she tried to create distance from Hogwarts and her childhood spent in the Harry Potter movies. Watson most recently starred in the Sofia Coppola-directed The Bling Ring, and will next be seen in the Darren Aronofsky-directed Noah for Paramount Pictures and New Regency. She’s separately attached to star in Guillermo del Toro’s live action Beauty & the Beast for Warner Bros and Your Voice In My Head. She’s also attached to star in and executive produce Queen Of The Tearling for Potter producer David Heyman at Warner Bros. Watson is repped by WME and Markham Froggatt Irwin, and Chbosky by WME.
Earlier this week, Emma attended the New York City Premiere of ‘Gravity’, a movie directed by Alfonso Cuarón. Wearing a very pretty J. Mendel Spring 2014 Off Shoulder Two Tone Mini Dress and J. Mendel Spring 2014 Criss Cross Metallic Pumps, she looks so gorgeous on the red carpet. I’ve added lots of HQ photos from the event to the gallery. Enjoy!
Benedict Cumberbatch was voted the sexiest male movie star in the world, according to the results of a British magazine reader poll released today, while Emma Watson took the honors of being the sexiest female movie star on earth.
Other top hotties in the guys’ category included Tom Hiddleston, Henry Cavill, Ryan Gosling (who only came in at No. 4?!), Robert Downey Jr., and Chris Hemsworth.
As for the sexiest ladies? Scarlett Johansson came in at No. 2, followed by Jennifer Lawrence, Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway, Emma Stone and Mila Kunis.
“It’s a great result for British stars, but what’s clear is that it’s less important to have lots of casual fans and better to have a dedicated hard-core,” said James Dyer, editor of Empireonline.com. “The Cumberbabes, Hiddlestoners, Twi-hards and Cavilliers all made their opinions heard! This list also reflects the continuing popularity of superhero movies: six of the top ten men have played superheroes and five of the top ten women have appeared in comic-book movies.”
For the full list of sexy celebs, check out Empireonline.com.
KFTV – Shooting is due to get underway in November on the big screen adaptation of Your Voice in My Head, with Emma Watson attached to star.
The majority of the shoot will take place in New York, with the possibility of a few days in the UK and Turkey. Francesca Gregorini directs.
English journalist Emma Forrest has written the screenplay, based on her own memoir of the same name. Examining themes of love, loss and breakdown, it centres on the tragic death of her psychiatrist and the collapse of her relationship which followed.
The film comes from Benaroya Pictures in LA and Ruby Films in London and is produced by Scott LaStaiti, Alison Owen and Faye Ward.