Early on in the life of the Harry Potter universe, there was some confusion over the name of one of J.K. Rowling's principal characters.
Emma Watson is set to join Greta Gerwig’s star-studded remake of “Little Women.” Sources say Watson is playing the part originally intended for Emma Stone, who was unable to join the project because of promotional obligations for the Fox Searchlight film and award season contender “The Favourite.” With production expected to start next month, Sony […]
The newly rebranded MTV Movie & TV Awards were handed out Sunday night. Beauty and the Beast won best movie, while star Emma Watson also took home the (newly non-gendered) award for best actor in a movie. Meanwhile, Stranger Things won the inaugural award for show of the year, while star Millie Bobby Brown was named best actor in a show.
Graphic designer and poster artist Matt Ferguson has built a reputation of creating stunning alternative movie posters over the last few years so we’re delighted to be able two share two of his latest creations for Disney’s live action ‘Beauty and the Beast’, and they’re absolutely beautiful.
This weekend, Beauty and the Beast is set to become one of the biggest releases of the year. The stars of the lavish, live-action remake of Disney’s beloved 1991 animated hit have been making the promotional rounds in advance of the movie’s debut — and one interview with Emma Watson turned out to be a particularly cute one, thanks to the participation of some furry friends. In the above clip, Watson gets distracted during her interview with Buzzfeed because she’s being smothered with tiny, adorable kittens.
Emma Watson first won over audiences in 2001 as lovable know-it-all Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Sixteen years later, Watson is set to star as Belle in the live-action remake of the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast, which opens this weekend. From Hogwarts to the Beast’s castle, let’s take a look back at the young star’s red carpet moments.
Emma Watson has become an outspoken feminist and activist. Watson seems determined to pick roles that align with her ideals, which would indicate why the Beauty and the Beast star turned down Cinderella but agreed to play Belle. Emma Watson’s love for books make her quite similar to Belle.
Actress Emma Watson has responded to recent criticism where people slammed her claims of being a feminist after a revealing Vanity Fair photo shoot. Former ‘Harry Potter’ star Watson is well known for her strong support for gender equality and is a proud feminist. Not only that but she’s currently a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador and a big advocate of the HeforShe campaign which calls for men to support the need for equality.
It’s not long until audiences get to see the anticipated animation-to-live-action adaptation of Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’; with the critics releasing their verdicts on the film.
Be our guest and feast your eyes on some of the amazing ‘Beauty and the Beast’ merchandise that’s been released to celebrate the release of Disney’s live action remake of the animated classic. The product range has launched at Disney Store and other retailers to mark the release of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ in cinemas 17 March.
Emma Watson has confirmed that before signing on to play Belle in Disney’s upcoming live-action ‘Beauty and the Beast’ film, she turned down the lead in 2015’s live-action ‘Cinderella’.
Oh god, why? WHY?? Just where does one start with this new Disney doll, on sale at US retailer JC Penney, and which is currently doing its very best to break the internet. Unveiled to tie in with the release of the forthcoming live-action remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’, it’s reputedly the likeness of ‘Harry Potter’ star Emma Watson, who’s playing Belle in the new movie. But once the resemblance to a certain Canadian popstar is pointed out, it’s all you can think about. when you order an emma watson doll online but a justin bieber doll in a yellow dress & a wig arrives instead pic.twitter. ...
Plucked from obscurity to star in the biggest franchise of all time, these young actors were barely tweenagers when they first appeared on-screen. See how they’ve changed…
Entertainment Weekly has released the first look images from Disney’s highly anticipated live action remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’. Starring Emma Watson as Belle, Dan Stevens as the Beast, and Luke Evans and Gaston, the first images appear in the latest issue of EW that hits newsstands this week.
Director Chris Columbus decided, at least at outset of production for Sorcerer's Stone, that Emmy Watson as Hermione should sport some artificial chompers.
Two stars were initially attached to Damien Chazelle film now considered by many to be the awards season front-runner