July 18, 2016

Emma Watson promotes 'Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl'





22 comments:

Jozef said...

I would turn lesbian for her. And I'm dead sirius. Oh god what's ron with me :( she is so beautiful <3

Anonymous said...

That ring marks on her fingers though :D

PDXP said...

I hope she interviews Carrie (if not, as I've said before, collaborates with her on a project). Two of my favs.

Anonymous said...

Eden? Where did you find the first photo? Cause on twitter, instagram and facebook is only the second one :/

Eden said...

Our Shared Shelf's goodread page ;)

ALAN G. MILES THE ONE AND ONLY said...

Note the ring finger I don't think Mac and her doing good I believe will be looking at a single lady Watson soon

ALAN G. MILES THE ONE AND ONLY said...

I'm just saying what means are thinking. I can only be 50% wrong butt I can be 50%

ALAN G. MILES THE ONE AND ONLY said...

I'm just saying what means are thinking. I can only be 50% wrong butt I can be 50%

Anonymous said...

Eden, have you any idea if Emma Watson will be there : http://deadline.com/2016/07/elena-of-avalor-disney-channel-disney-junior-petes-dragon-1201788515/ ?

Eden said...

It's not a red carpet premiere, there's no event ;)

Ross Taggart said...

She dresses down for all the goodreads shots it's a way of showing she is being herself and not the "star". She was never engaged to my knowledge so her rings are not significant (or on the right finger) just took them off as part of the dressing down I mentioned has been doing it since she stared her activism.

Eden said...

She doesn't dress down, she just dresses "normal". And there's really nothing dress-up-y about rings in my opinion.

Ross Taggart said...

She is making a deliberate point of not being the image people see, that is the reason for taking of her jewelry going for the opposite of red carpet dressing which was what I meant. when she started to be an activist she had a whole life of images as a celebrity to counter.

Most people she was trying to reach only knew her as a movie star glamorous and perhaps unapproachable so it makes sense. In my opinion.

Eden said...

OR she's just not into jewelry as much as she used to. OR she only wants fairtrade jewelry and there's not as much choice. I mean, she's just in a garden, reading a book. Why would she dress up or wear fancy jewelries?

Ross Taggart said...

you are probably right Eden. But it is a publicity shot after all.

Josh said...

Yes Ross, but as you said, Emma is not like the other celebs that have to look perfect on each photo they take :3

Ross Taggart said...

I concede the point.

Anonymous said...

I see the point in her removing her rings before taking a photo, I just don't see why anyone thinks rings=jewelry. I keep thinking of those socialites dressed head to toe in furs and jewelry in every pic and Emma isn't one of those.

Ross Taggart said...

Just finished reading the book it was really good and worth a read if you can get a copy of the book.

Anonymous said...

I read the book too. At times there is a weird funny, but otherwise all the feminists seem to be saying the same thing. I put it down half way through. I was going to buy it, but burrowed it first just to read into it, but then decided against. For one thing too expensive.

Ross Taggart said...

All feminists are saying the same thing that is the point. But this book was about much more than that. but each to there own I suppose.

Anonymous said...

I guess I was looking for that spunk and spark in feminist thought- the Florence Nightinggale that changed soldier's suffering in the hardship of war, a Mother Teresa as a woman who dared to defy all cultural barriers of the of the cast system (controled reincarnation) and said Nope, I am getting the poor and downtrodden off the steet. Catholic women of America, who turned from the man's world and established Religious life in the USA to take care of the poor, educate the young. Believe it or not that was a feminist movement- especially in the black community, where women found themselves in groups to make a difference. There are many more such examples. I see Mother Teresa of Culcutta a model of Christian feminism.