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(March 31, 2020) Posted by Neide   —   Press

Emma recently had the opportunity to interview Valerie Hudson, author of “Sex and World Peace”. If you follow Emma on instagram, you’ll recognize this book as the one she highlight on International Women’s Day, on March 8. It’s also “Our Shared Shelf”, Emma’s book club that you can join as long you have a goodreads account, pick for April! Teen Vogue teamed up with Emma for this interview, that you can read below!

It probably takes a lot for Emma Watson to be starstruck, but that’s how the iconic Little Women and Harry Potter actor says she felt when she spoke to Texas A&M professor and author Valerie Hudson.

The two recently hopped on a call to discuss Hudson’s book, Sex and World Peace, which Watson received a copy of from Gloria Steinem and which she highlighted on her Instagram for International Women’s Day. They ended up having a sprawling conversation on everything from the power of being happily single to Watson’s work with the United Nations Women HeForShe campaign to why men just don’t listen to women enough.

Teen Vogue published their conversation, below.

Emma Watson: This is so cool. I’m starstruck!

Valerie Hudson: I sort of feel the same way. One of my daughters is currently reading the Harry Potter series, so every time she finishes a book, we get to see the movie, and of course, you know, you are their heroine.

EW: Ah, I love that. You are such a badass. Your book, it exploded my brain — I think that’s the most accurate way that I can put it! What prompted you to write it?

VH: When I went to graduate school in international affairs, you could have taken my entire coursework and never known there were women on Earth. It was that woman-less.… The idea that national security could have something to do with women would have seemed ludicrous, absolutely ludicrous. And I was a product of that. And it really wasn’t until my eyes began to open, I began to ask questions. I began to read things that had hints.

One of the things you discover very quickly is that if you say, ‘I think national security has something to do with women’, people say, ‘Oh, you know, come back when you’ve got some data; don’t tell us these stories.’ It’s too dismissible without data. That’s why we took the data route.
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(December 13, 2019) Posted by Gabby   —   Videos

Vogue has released a new video featuring Emma! She talks about being teased by her friends for not packing lightly, and then shows everything that’s in her bag! We’re definitely questioning some of these decisions over here 😂 but the video is so cute!

(December 08, 2019) Posted by Gabby   —   Videos

A new video of Emma talking about “Little Women” has been released! She talks about the freedom that director (and fellow actress) Greta Gerwig gave her actors during filming and how rare that was, the importance of having a story centered around women and much more. This is definitely worth a watch, specially for those of you who, like ourselves, have been missing Emma’s interviews.

(December 08, 2019) Posted by Gabby   —   Appearances

Emma was at the World Premiere of “Little Women”, in New York City, last night! This event marks the first time she was seen with the other actresses playing the March sisters in the film – Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen – since they filmed together in 2018. Emma also shared a few pictures of herself on the set of the movie on her Instagram prior to the event – you can find these pictures, as well as those of her at the premiere, in our gallery.

(December 04, 2019) Posted by Gabby   —   Photoshoots

And at last! I’ll be honest, I had kind of forgotten this photoshoot ever happened… but Emma’s photos for the Pirelli Calendar 2020 have finally been released! She’s featured on their website, and our gallery has been updated with the images.

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PAOLO: You know we are preparing a new version of Romeo and Juliet, and we are looking for Juliet. Have you ever been to Verona?
EMMA: No, I’ve never been to Verona.
PAOLO: Do you see Juliet more as an innocent girl or more as a rebel?
EMMA: She’s both, she’s a paradox. She’s incredibly innocent, but I think that innocence gives her her strength and her wisdom. I think she’s not been tainted by the world yet, or told that things aren’t possible.
PAOLO: Do you believe in eternal love?
EMMA: I bloody hope so, I think so. Yes. I’m definitely holding out for that.
PAOLO: Has no one ever asked you to play Juliet?
EMMA: Many times.
PAOLO: And why did it never happen?
EMMA: It felt a little… on the nose. I wanted to try and do different things.
PAOLO: Do you think you’re ready now to play Juliet?
EMMA: Maybe. It’s just… dying on stage every time for months at a time seems tough.

Emma gets on ‘stage’ to perform.

PAOLO: Now you are on stage Juliet!
EMMA: Now I’m on stage.

(November 04, 2019) Posted by Gabby   —   Photoshoots Press

Emma is on the cover of the December issue of British Vogue! The beautiful photoshoot was shot by Alasdair McLellan, who’s worked with Emma many times before. This is a big contribution to the promotion of the movie “Little Women“, which stars Emma, Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen, and is currently set to premiere at Christmas. Our gallery has been updated with images from the issue!

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The age of influence, it’s said, is upon us. Whether on the front row or on the front benches – or simply leaning over our smartphones – we have more eyes on each other than at any time in history. As is also often said these days, it’s a lot.

Of course, in the fashion industry and across social media, the concept of an “influencer” has evolved in a few short years into one that we all fully understand. Many influencers are now stars in their own right, while millions more around the globe, armed with a new handbag and a winning filter, continue to strive for clicks and likes. It’s an important sea change, but I do sometimes wonder how many are doing anything truly useful with this modern superpower.

Emma Watson is one woman getting it right. Since she was cast as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter franchise 20 years ago (aged just nine), she has been one of the most recognisable faces on the planet. Famous in practically every corner of the world, she accumulated influence the old-fashioned way; coming of age in the digital era means she now finds herself with a cross-platform following of over 100 million engaged and devoted fans.

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