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Gabby   —   The Circle

Hello hello! Emma’s latest film, The Circle, is available on DVD, Blu-Ray and On Demand as of today! You can buy it on various online stores, such as Amazon, iTunes, Best Buy and many more. After a quick research, we learned that the Blu-Ray copy includes a few special features about the making of the film – we have no idea whether Emma is featured on those or not. We’ll let you know when we find out!

Our gallery has been updated with high quality screen captures from the film.

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Gabby   —   Gallery The Circle

Emma attended the Paris premiere for The Circle tonight! The event took place at Cinema UGC Normandie, and she wore a white satin Miu Miu gown covered in crystals and blue floral print. During her visit in the city, Emma continued her sneaky business of hiding books in unsuspecting places, and the chosen one this time around was “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood. Have you found any of them yet? You better be organizing group hunts for this! We’ll be joining you all in spirit and positive thoughts since we live pretty far away. Our gallery has been updated with images from tonight’s event!

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Gabby   —   The Circle

Hello everyone! Our gallery has been updated with 30+ promotional stills from “The Circle”. The film is slowly premiering around the globe, with opening dates set throughout June in a lot of countries. Have you guys watched it yet? If so, let us know what you thought of it!

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Neide   —   The Circle

Variety has posted on their website a review of The Circle, which stars Emma, Tom Hanks and John Boyega. While the movie hasn’t had that many good critics so far, the publication highlights Emma’s performance in it. You can read all about it bellow (and under the cut)! Please beware that the review contains SPOILERS.

“The Circle” is a swankly sinister little mind teaser of a thriller. It’s a nightmare vision of what digital culture is turning all of us into, with all of our help. The movie, adapted from Dave Eggers’ 2013 novel and directed by James Ponsoldt (“The End of the Tour”), is about a corporation called The Circle that stores massive amounts of data — financial, medical, social, personal — about each of the account holders who belong to it. The company, based in the Bay Area, knows everything there is to know about you — but it’s all for your own convenience! You could call “The Circle” a dystopian thriller, yet it’s not the usual boilerplate sci-fi about grimly abstract oppressors lording it over everyone else. The movie is smarter and creepier than that; it’s a cautionary tale for the age of social-media witch hunts and compulsive oversharing. The fascist digital future the movie imagines is darkly intriguing to contemplate, because one’s main thought about it is how much of that future is already here.
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Neide   —   The Circle

Neide   —   The Circle