April 27, 2017

The Press Tour with Emma Watson [April 24, 2017]




17 comments:

Lisa said...

She looks tall! Very pretty :) I would not be able to pull of an outfit and make-up like this haha.

Anonymous said...

She looks gorgeous.

Anonymous said...

Lol it's a matter of angle,high heels and filters and if you are thin enough you can pull that of.no problem :P

Anonymous said...

She looks a pretty, unnatural doll. She has natural beauty. Red lipstick does her no favours.

Anonymous said...

She is stunning, my god. I don't get why she is always amazing in pre/post premiere and so boring just during premier. That white dress and the hair were so boring :( Also i noticed that she has been styling like an old lady since she starts dating Mack.

Anonymous said...

The brows and lips are wayyyy too much. Jumpsuit is nice, though.

Anonymous said...

Her lips are not that wide, makes her look botoxed, but the jumpsuit is beautiful and she wears it well.

Anonymous said...

Red!! Amem

Anonymous said...

Halleluja!

Anonymous said...

I saw this interview with Twitter boss on another site. Tom Hanks really puts the social-networking in the correct perspective. By the way, Emma wore the jumper and red lipstick at the interview. She was pretty but not gorgeous.

Ross Taggart said...

Looked great to me adjectives matter of choice. Emma got heforshe in as positive I internet contribution which balanced the debate which was getting a bit sided.

Anonymous said...

Hanks explained the virtues and dangers of social media according to the strengths and weaknesses of human nature. I think it is safe to say that Hank's life experience and age is able to contribute to such a discussion in a meaningful and pondering way. Her HeforShe was a one-sided perspective of the film. Anyone can be manipulated, man or woman, within the world of the Circle. Hanks speaks well about individual choice. An interview worth listening to. Oswalt Patton just talked about what social-media did for him. I guess that is a perspective and alright.

Ross Taggart said...

That's rather sexist view Anon though both actors contributed to the debate Emma's point about positive internet was well made.

Anonymous said...

I am a woman, but I intellectually considered both stances, and Hank's aguements about The Circle and human-nature were solid and existentially important to what it means to be human

Ross Taggart said...

Gender does stop you being sexist Anon we all have conditioning. I do not disagree with Tom Hanks point just thought Emma's brought balance internet is a tool used for good and bad.

Anonymous said...

Oh Ross, let other people have their opinion. You are allowed to have yours. exit

Ross Taggart said...

If we do that how do we effect change Anon. Not empty philosophy but peoples feeling. Just putting it out there.