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Emma has been confirmed to be appearing in two new movies!
As we mentioned some months ago, Emma has been attached to The Perks of Being a Wallflower for quite some time and will begin filming the movie soon. It is set to be in theatres in 2012, though this seems to be a tentative date for now. [Source]
Emma will also be playing the character of Lucy, a wardrobe assistant, in the upcoming movie My Week with Marilyn, a new movie documenting a week of Marilyn Monroe's life. Though it is not a very large role, it seems that we'll be able to catch a glimpse of Emma in this film even sooner than in "Perks" because it's slated for 2011, so it's definitely something to look forward to. [Source]
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Date November 11, 2010 Time 5:00pm (GMT) Location Leicester Square cinemas Notes You will need a film premiere ticket as invite only although you can be part of the action from behind the red carpet. [Source]
Baby, look at her now! With Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince hitting Sky Movies Premiere / HD on October 22, “Sky Movies Magazine” chats exclusively to feist female wizard Emma Watson and, over the page, her co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, about growing up in the spotlight, the perks of fame and what comes next …
Hermione is “the ultimate girl”, according to the woman who plays her.
Emma Watson’s come a long way since she first popped up on cinema screens as Harry Potter’s angelic (albeit precocious) school chum in 2001. With six record-breaking “Potter” films including October’s Sky Movies premiere “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prine” under her belt and the final duo, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 and 2″ opening in November this year and July next year respectively, the 20-year-old Watson has been ferociously productive. You’d expect her to hae time for nothing more than wand-waving.
But you’d be wrong; while Hermione Granger is without a doubt the brains of the trio, she’s by no means the only one with smarts. Hard-working Emma’s gone from “Potter” to A-Level success and is now studying at Brown University in the U.S.
If that wsn’t enough, she’s become quite a fashion icon. Gone is the gawky teen and, in her place, a sophisticated young woman rarely abesen from the catwalk front rows. She’s even tried her hand at modelling, picking up a contract for fashion line Burberry.
Today, Watson is back modelling the Hermione Granger: Outdoors collection. As security keep a careful eye out for tabloid snappers, we catch up with her and the rest of the “Potter” cast on a freezing day of filming in Burham Beeches.
Taking a break from the lends and the endless carpet of fake snow for a chat and the chance to duck into the warmth, Watson is as easy to talk to as she is serious about what she does. What’s clear is that she’s loved every minute of the journey so far but, with so many options in fron of her - acting, fashion, academia - the starlet is undecided about where her future will take her …
Do you feel like you’re at the end of a journey? I feel really pressured because I feel like this is my last go, my last shot. I don’t want to have any regrets. I want it to be the best performance I’ve ever given. I want to know that I’ve done the best that I can possibly do. It’s really strange.
Are you thinking about what you’re going to do after? I really think I need to recharge my batteries and go and be me for a bit.