Here is your first glimpse of Disney’s latest live-action remake, Beauty and the Beast, coming to theaters March 2017.
Emma Watson booked her deal with Lancôme in 2011, and the most recent dated ad I found featuring her face was from 2013. Hard to say how old the picture above is, or how aware Watson was of how her image would be used, but there it is selling a skin-lightening product.
Shia LaBeouf—you thought you had him, but did you ever?
In the midst of taking a year off to work on “personal development” and dedicate herself to feminism, Emma Watson spoke to Esquire U.K. for their “Women & Men” issue, discussing topics like equal pay, Photoshopped magazine covers, and clueless male feminists.
Emma Watson would like some time to read (how Hermione of her, right?). In fact, she’s so bent on her studies that she plans to take off the next year to focus on “personal development.”
After announcing her desire to start feminist book club, Emma Watson has finally decided on its name: “Our Shared Shelf.” How quaint. Watson officially launched the club on Goodreads and declared Gloria Steinem’s My Life on the Road as the first book. At the time of publication, the group has over 64,000 members.…
Help! Much like the character she is set to play, and a character she’s played in the past, Emma Watson loves books, so she’s starting a *feminist* *book* *club*. However, she is “almost certain” there are “more inspiring” name options out there than the ones she has (ahem cough Oprah).
According to a surprisingly detailed story at Page Six, Madonna’s children want little to do with their “controlling” mom. The Madonna-Guy Ritchie-Rocco saga has been ongoing and, according to unnamed sources, the recent custody disputes and Rocco’s refusal to spend time with his mother, are the result of her…
Miranda Lambert has a lot to say about her divorce from Blake Shelton in her new Cosmopolitan interview. Some of it has already been covered, but THANK GOD there’s more!
We’re still doing this, I guess! During the “Hot Topics” segment of her show Tuesday, Wendy Williams brought up the Kardashian-Jenner’s cover shoot for Cosmopolitan. She said:
Emma Watson can do very little wrong (I'm not going to say "nothing," in the interest of leaving some room for error). Even people who aren't fans have very little bad to say about her. So why is Watson so scared of starring in Beauty and the Beast?
Emma Watson held a Facebook Q & A session where she spoke openly about a range of topics, from gender inequality, to gendered stereotypes and harassment. Speaking live to publicize the HeForShe campaign, the actress spoke openly about her own experience with harassment after her much-praised 2014 UN speech.
While she wasn't at The Oscars last night, Emma Watson sure was keeping a good eye on the proceedings. And after she saw what Steve Carell was wearing, she sent him a really nice note about his choice of cufflinks for the ceremony.
Last week, Women's Day Australia reported that Emma Watson and Prince Harry had totally hung out and were going on "secret dates." This morning, Watson subtweeted the whole world about it:
According to Women's Wear Daily Australia, Prince Harry and Emma Watson are "having secret dates with each other and are getting to know each other quite well." Apparently Harry got some mutual friends to hook him up after Watson broke up with her previous boyfriend.
If you thought Kanye West would be content to sit out the Amber Rose/Kardashian war of 2015 (so far only slightly less bloody than 2014's Kardashian ass wars), think again. This morning on The Breakfast Club, 'Ye hit back at his ex girlfriend, saying, "If Kim had dated me when I first wanted to be with her, there…
Emma Watson has gotten dangerously close to type-casting with her latest role, in which she will play another bookish mouthy know-it-all with a propensity for large brooding men. Yes, Hermione has been cast as Belle in a live-action version of Beauty in the Beast (again).
UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson delivered her second HeForShe talk during a HeForShe program launch at the World Economic Forum at Davos.
It certainly has been quite a year for feminists (or maybe just the word "feminist") Over the course of the last month or so, the Ms. Foundation for Women and Cosmopolitan magazine held an online poll, asking readers to choose their top celebrity feminist. Congratulations to Emma Watson and all, but I don't know…
Maisie Williams, Game of Thrones' Arya and prolific/excellent user of social media, has greeted Emma Watson's now-famous feminism speech at the UN with some skepticism. In a new profile at The Guardian, Williams declares herself a feminist but that she is "impatient" (The Guardian's word) with "first-world feminism"…