October 31, 2015

Emma Watson in NYC [October 30, 2015]



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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think she forgot to put on her shoes. I have similar slippers. The clothing does not fit: pullover, short coat and slippers. Oh well!

Anonymous said...

I think I am beginning to lose interest in her. Rupert Grint is going to be producer and main character for comic- picked up by NBC. Emma is tapping on too many doors,which is beginning to get boring.

Vicky George said...

I'm sorry to say that I tend to agree with the two Anons above. Not a good look Emma and I also have found I am beginning to wonder just where her career is going, indeed she may be wondering that herself. The reviews for Regression were bad and the few I've seen for Colonia are not a lot better. I would like to see Colonia but only because historically speaking I would find the story interesting. Sadly I have no interest in Regression at all. BatB we will definitely see but that's only because we love Disney films.

Sadly Emma is not as outgoing as Dan Radcliffe in fact even shy Rupert seems to be more comfortable when he's out and about. In business we say that if you haven't "made it" by the age of 30 then you are not likely to at all I think that would apply even more to teen actors. If I was Emma I would seriously consider doing a FULL course at RADA, not a one year study, and learn some of the tricks of the trade. I doubt Emma could cope with a cockney accent or Liverpool one like Rupert did.

One final comment, both Dan, Rupert and indeed all the other HP actors are never rude to their fans and always make time for them, something Emma does occasionally but not often enough and slowly but surely they are falling away. I shall still follow this blog because I like to watch all the HP actors and see what they are up to but I would be less than honest if I didn't say that I am somewhat disillusioned with Emma and her career.

Anonymous said...

So you will only support Emma when she get good reviews etc? Bye then, but dont come back when she's on top of her game.

Vicky George said...

I shall indeed welcome some good reviews. :)

Simona Pa said...

Emma is a good actress and she made intelligent moves in her career and in her life so far. I've always read good rewiews about her work, unlike Grint, and I appreciate her both as an actress and as a person for her sense of responsability. If you don't like her choices, it's only your problem: she'll live through this, dont' worry.

Anonymous said...

Regression and Colonia may not have received good reviews, but Emma's performances were praised, it is more important to her as an actress. Also Regression is doing at the box office. And please I'm not a fan of comparisons, but most of Grint's films were terrible at the box office and moreover they had bad reviews. The last movie that Dan did were poorly at the box office. And Horns also got bad reviews. As for the rest of the young cast, their careers do not come close of the relevance of Dan and Emma careers. Emma filmed two movies with high expectations this year and is the leader in both, Emma is doing fine.

Anonymous said...

i agree with Vicki, I think all thee of the HP young adults would benefit from RADA. I especially would like to see Rupert do that, just be cause he is a natural talent. But for all we know, he has probably done so or is doing just that, but not making any wind about that.
I am beginning to think more and more that Emma is just fluff, beautiful, who wants to be a renaissance woman, but only talks about it. When I heard her TIME interview and her I want to write, to act...lla allala... but where has that come to- sure a few films of which I have no interest what soever, because I do not watch that stuff. I watched a docu on Colonia some years ago. I am informed, and do not care to hear anymore. Those are the kind of people that destroy other people and proclaim nothing of the true faith.
Well anyway, I wish Emma the best. so fare I liked her the best in Noah,Perks and Tales of Desperaaux... oh yes and Ballet Shoes.
I also believe that Emma is tittering in the Glitz world. Grint is tapering his path slowly. I wouldn't be surprised at the end if he is really the one who writes something in the end- like a comic tale. I have heard that he is a very talented artist.

Anonymous said...

I thought just that. I could see him creating his own comic. He has such a smart sense of humor.

Anonymous said...

Emma is learning her craft slowly but surely. Basically,it's not how good or bad she is but how far she's come since her Harry Potter days. I don't know other HP stars to compare her to. Also her UN stint is going a long way and HeforShe is really good.
Gaining lots of recognition again slowly but surely.
Emma's a long way to go. She has all the good going for her.

Anonymous said...

I do not mean to pull down, but I really do think that time at RADA in Text and Performance would do her immense good. She needs to find a balance in her emotions on screen, and that is practicecd. A couple of times I thought in NOah- oh please Emma- the emotions were just to much and a bit wooden. As a whole though, I liked her in Noah.
I hate it when some of these actors say that they went to film school on set- that just is not true. Acting is a craft that needs to be properly learned like any other craft. Look at Meryl Streep she got her Master at Harvard's Drama and Acting studies, and most of us would agree that Meryl Streep is the best. Cate Blanchett also excellent also studied theater and acting. The best learned the craft step for step and then discovered their own interpretation of emotions fitting to the story. Very few are as good as Jennifer Lawrence, Leo Dicaprio and Johnny Depp without acting studies. I still do not believe that Jennifer does not do some studying- if only in private with a tudor. She is just too good.