The first reactions have landed for indie darling Greta Gerwig's new take on Louisa May Alcott's beloved novel 'Little Women'.
Actor turned writer-director Greta Gerwig is following up her Oscar-nominated film Lady Bird with a new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s seminal novel Little Women.Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet, stars of Gerwig’s semi-autobiographical first feature, are back for the film based on the 1868 novel about a family of sisters on their journey from childhood to womanhood, and they’re joined by Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, Meryl Streep, Laura Dern and more.
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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 […]
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How anyone could keep a straight face on the set of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is truly beyond us. Footage has emerged online of what Emma Watson had to act opposite in every scene she shared with former Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens.
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.
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Emma Watson might only have been paid a relatively minor salary of $3 million (£2.4 million) for playing Belle in Disney’s live-action remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’, but the movie should make her a fortune. In a shrewd business move, the Harry Potter star is said to have taken a profit-sharing deal with Disney, meaning that if the movie is heading for ‘Maleficent’-sized grosses, she stands to make north of $15 million (£12 million), according to The Hollywood Reporter. ‘Maleficent’ hauled in $759 million (£607 million) worldwide in 2014, and so far ‘Beauty and the Beast’ has made a monstrous $462 million (£369 million) since its release on March 17.