Emma has teamed up with Disney to promote this year’s “Magic of Storytelling” campaign, which aims to provide books for children who cannot easily access them on their own. Moviefone has listed a few ways to donate and help the cause, such as purchasing eligible books at magicofstorytelling.com, sharing selfies in front of books and shelfs using the hasthtag #magicofstorytelling and more. It is a beautiful campaign and well worth checking out.
The first extended TV spot for Emma’s upcoming Beauty and The Beast has been released! It features a closer look on Belle and Beast’s relationship, and you can watch it below. Happy Holidays, everyone!
Earlier today after the release of the official trailer of the movie, the Beauty and the Beast cast and director were live on facebook to answer some of the fans questions. You can watch it bellow!
Source | Before she transformed into a golden-gowned princess, Belle was a French villager in a blue apron and peasant blouse. The look, though perhaps not quite as iconic as that yellow ball gown, is nonetheless memorable. When Emma Watson brings the bookworm heroine to life in the live-action remake, she’ll revamp Belle’s dresses too.
Disney recently shared another look of the new Beauty and the Best with sketches of the set and costumes, including Belle’s blue-and-white apron outfit. The drawings for Watson’s dress turns out to be a little grungier than the original, paired with boots and even a few dish towels strung at the belt instead of Belle’s dainty basket. Her perfectly bowed updo is also transformed into a loose pony, making her look even more realistic.
For more sketches, take a look at HelloGiggles.com. You can also find a sneak peek if you download the original animated Beauty and the Beast (which is 25 years old this year) oniTunes, but a few previews on the film, which is set to release in 2017, are out already.
Last week, Disney released a first look of Watson and her co-star Dan Stevens reading their lines together as Belle and the Beast:
Ahead of its World Premiere, the first official trailer for Emma Watson’s “Colonia” has just been released online. Watch it in full below:
Disney’s annual D23 Expo is currently taking place, and yesterday was the “Beauty and the Beast” presentation. It was only brief, but it did feature a lovely video message from Emma Watson, discussing how much she enjoyed making the film. Watch it in full below:
As part of her ongoing #HeForShe campaign, Emma Watson has recently spoken to British Vogue about sexism within the fashion industry. You can watch the video below:
The publicity for Emma’s latest film “Regression” seems to have begun today, with the first official trailer and poster being released. You can view the poster in the gallery and watch the trailer below. “Regression”, a psycho-drama, follows Angela Gray (Watson), a woman who accuses her father (Daniel Dencik) of sexual abuse. He submits to the investigation by Hawke’s detective, although he has no recollection of the alleged events. “Regression” will be released in UK cinemas on October 9.
The first teaser trailer for Emma’s upcoming film “Regression” has been released by Universal Spain, and you can watch it in full below: