March 15, 2017

Emma Watson on first 'The Circle' poster



20 comments:

Anonymous said...

They photoshoped her so much she transformed into Kristen Stewart

Eden said...

I don't think there's any need for photoshop to make them look alike. I always thought Emma and Kristen could play twins if it wasn't for their eyes.

Anonymous said...

rather ironic tagline considering today's news :O

Anonymous said...

Hmm I think this poster is a bit boring, but can't wait to see the movie :)

Ross Taggart said...

This will be a great film and more relevant each day. Emma looks idealized but given the theme of the movie it is deliberate.

Ross Taggart said...

And we have a release date hope it is world wide but have not seen any confirmation as yet.

Anonymous said...

I always thought Emma and Kristen look alike. I remember at the time of Half-Blood Prince release I was reading a magazine and at the top of it was a photo with the trio, a friend of mine looked at it and said "Oh, I`ve never realise that the girl of Twilight and the of HP are the same person!!!"

Anonymous said...

Just because they both have good jaws doesn't mean Emma looks like Kstew, she really doesn't at all. Completely unique cheeks, eyes, nose, chin etc. This film looks pretty interesting.

Anonymous said...

I think they look a lot alike too, it's a matter of opinion.

Anonymous said...

And I think, Tom looks like Russel Crowe !

Anonymous said...

As the two young women got older, I had to double take at times to decipher who is wo´ho. Both of them are attractive young women, but Emma carries hues of natural elegance, which Kristen does not possess. I always thought Kristen looks kind of messy if not at times unwashed. Emma always looks fresh.

Alex said...

To posess special charm, you should spend your childhood in France. Jodie Foster and Emma did

PDXP said...

Yeah, now that they're older Emma and Kristen look more similar in their faces, especially on the photoshop-smoothed media. The big difference is that Kristen has a more blase/bored expression to me.

Anonymous said...

Even before the hack she was a strong supporter of less invasive media so its not surprising at all that should would do a movie based on that topic. Looks like its going to be really good. I actually think this might be her best acting role for me.

As to her actual photos they really are much ado about nothing in terms of content. Nothing more than the usual type of posing she does in various glamour outfits. Even though the bath vid looks like it could be her it would be incredibly hard to prove it since you cannot see the woman's face.

I still do not understand why any celeb would take those kinds of pictures and take the risk of someone hacking them to obtain them. The problem for these women is that punishing those who have hacked them really wont take away the embarrassment or humiliation they face when the photos or videos make their rounds on the web.

Sometimes the best deterrent is to not put that kind of stuff on film. Never really understood that line of thinking unless you are actually working in the erotica industry.

PDXP said...

@ Anon so you never sent a sexy video or picture to your partner? My girlfriend has sent me dozens. Celebrities shouldn't have to abandon all privacy and normal relationship activities just because they decided to be actors or musicians.

Not to point fingers, but that IS victim-blaming btw. Quite similar to the old saying regarding rape, that sometimes the best deterrent is to not "dress like a slut". No, the blame lies entirely upon the people who commit these acts of injustice and violence.

Anonymous said...

PDXP-

Uh no, ive never sent a sexy picture to my partner or vice versa.

Fortunately i understand the dangers of doing such actions and the consequences it can have. There is a difference between saying its someone's fault and saying "hey, you need to be more careful because there are some very shady people in this world".

The fact that you automatically went with the "victim blaming" card shows your ignorance about how society is right now. In fact, i never once said that the hackers should be given a pass nor not be punished because what they did. To me thats the obvious here.

I would always discourage a man or woman to not put photos on a phone or on the web where it can be hacked. I mean, if i advised you not to play in the middle of the highway because you might get hit and you did it anyway than i would say you share some of that responsibility for not heeding the warnings.

At the end of the day EW can put up whatever pictures she wants but for someone with her celebrity status the risk of being hacked goes way up. Do i wish it didnt happen? Sure. But thats not reality and anyone who ignores that simply does not understand the dangers of keeping stuff like that in harms way.

Again, its not victim blaming. Its about being responsible and taking precautions to avoid things like this. Using the example of blaming a rape victim because of how she is dressed is not even in the same hemisphere of the discussion. The world of the web is a scary and dangerous place at times, sometimes you have to take it in your own hands to ensure you are not leaving yourself exposed to stuff like this.

Ross Taggart said...

It is victim blaming to suggest a law abiding person has to alter there behavior to avoid criminal action anon. We suggest people buy bugler alarm not stop having a house to avoid break in.

These hacks are the same thing. Someone takes, posts or views these images they are criminals and should be punished. The victims are just that. The world is what we all make it everyday. Certain behaviour is unacceptable and the people doing those acts should be the sole focus of preventing them.

Anonymous said...

Well Emma does not present herself as sleasy, but other celebrities hacked pictures made one blush. This one way to get attention.

Anonymous said...

Ross-

"It is victim blaming to suggest a law abiding person has to alter there behavior to avoid criminal action anon. We suggest people buy bugler alarm not stop having a house to avoid break in".

Thank you for totally proving why its not victim blaming. No one has said that she cannot put pictures up (owning a house) but what is being said she should get a burglar alarm (not a good idea to put pictures up).

Thank you for totally proving my point.

Ross Taggart said...

You miss the point anon people can post anything they wish to there private space and should be satisfied it is safe to do so. When it is stolen that is the crime not the persons fault for posting.

Focusing on the criminal not the victim.