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(August 01, 2017) Posted by 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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(July 31, 2017) Posted by Gabby   —   Site

Today is Harry Potter’s Birthday! It has been known as the International Harry Potter Day, and fans are celebrating all over the world. It also happens to be JK Rowling’s Birthday, and we hope she is having a beautiful one wherever she is! For those of you who don’t know or can’t remember, Harry’s date of birth was a very important detail in the book/film series, mostly because of a prophecy by Sybill Trelawney, which stated that a boy who could defeat Lord Voldemort would soon be born.

“The one with the power to vanquish the Dark Lord approaches… born to those who have thrice defied him, born as the seventh month dies… and the Dark Lord will mark him as his equal, but he will have power the Dark Lord knows not… and either must die at the hand of the other for neither can live while the other survives… the one with the power to vanquish the Dark Lord will be born as the seventh month dies….”

That, of course, explains why Lord Voldemort spent so much of his increasingly low enegergy after The Chosen One over the course of 7 books and 8 films. Join us in our celebration on Twitter using the hashtag #PotterDay!

(July 20, 2017) Posted by Gabby   —   Gallery Photoshoots

And our massive gallery update continues! We have now added missing photos from various photo sessions of Emma in 2007, 2008 and 2009. We have also stumbled upon a conundrum, and we’d love to hear your take on this: We have several photoshoots for which Emma posed while dressed as Hermione Granger, that were used during the promotion of the Harry Potter films by different magazines. They are currently in the “Photoshoots & Portraits” category, and we’ve started to wonder if it wouldn’t make more sense to move them to their respective films instead. Here are some examples: 01, 02, 03. What’s your opinion? Do we move them? Do we leave them where they are? We can’t decide what makes more sense, so please let us know what you think!

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(July 16, 2017) Posted by Neide   —   Press

Hello Emma fans! As you know, Emma has her own book club named “Our Shared Shelf” which you can join if you happen to have a goodsread account. She most recently interviewed Margaret Atwood, the author of The Handmaid’s Tale, which has been recently turned into a television show, not to mention it was Emma’s pick for May/June! Entertainment Weekly teamed up with Emma for this interview, and you can read the interview bellow! In our gallery you will also find scans from the issue.

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Many celebrities have book clubs, but none share the clout of Emma Watson’s “Our Shared Shelf,” which has picked up nearly 200,000 members since it launched on Goodreads in 2016. As Watson wrote when she made The Handmaid’s Tale her May/June selection, “It is a book that has never stopped fascinating readers because it articulates so vividly what it feels like for a woman to lose power over her own body.” Thanks to the recent Hulu series, Atwood’s 1985 dystopian novel has again soared to the top of the best-seller lists. Watson called up Atwood to discuss.

Watson: You were living in West Berlin when you wrote The Handmaid’s Tale in 1984; it was before the wall came down. Was being in a divided city a big influence on the novel or had you been thinking about it before you arrived in Berlin? I’d love to know how the novel came about.

Atwood: I had been thinking about it before I’d arrived, and at that time — when I was in West Berlin—I also visited Czechoslovakia and East Germany and Poland. They weren’t revelations, because being as old as I am I knew about life behind the Iron Curtain, but it was very interesting to be right inside, to sense the atmosphere. East Germany was the most repressed, Czechoslovakia the second, and Poland was relatively wide open, which explains why Poland was where the Cold War wall first cracked. So it was very interesting to be there, but it wasn’t the primary inspiration.

Watson: What was the inspiration, if you don’t mind me asking?

Atwood: There were three inspirations. First, what right wing people were already saying in 1980. They were saying the kinds of things they’re now doing, but at that time they didn’t have the power to do them. I believe that people who say those kinds of things will do those things if and when they get power: They’re not just funning around. So that was one of the inspirations. If you’re going to make women go back into the home, how are you going to do that? If America were to become a totalitarian state, what would that state look like? What would its aims be? What sort of excuse would it use for its atrocities? Because they all have an excuse of some kind. It would not be Communism in the United States; it would have undoubtedly been some sort of religious ideology—which it now is. By the way, that’s not an “anti religion” statement. Recently, someone said, “Religion doesn’t radicalize people, people radicalize religion.” So you can use any religion as an excuse for being repressive, and you can use any religion as an excuse for resisting repression; it works both ways, as it does in the book. So that was one set of inspirations.

The second inspiration was historical. The 17th-century foundation of America was not, “Let’s have a democracy.” It was “Let’s have a theocracy,” which was what they established in the New England states, such as Massachusetts. Harvard­—in and around which the novel is set —began as a theological seminary in the 17th century, and the Puritans excluded anybody who didn’t believe in their theology.

The third inspiration was simply my reading of speculative fiction and sci-fi, especially that of the ’30’s, ’40’s, and ’50’s, and my desire to give the form a try. Most of the ones I’d read had been written by men and had male protagonists, and I wanted to flip that and see what such a thing would look like if it were told from the point of view of a female narrator. It’s not that those earlier books didn’t have women in them, and not that women didn’t play important parts; it’s that they were not the narrators.
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(July 15, 2017) Posted by Gabby   —   Gallery Photoshoots

We are currently going through the photo sessions category in our gallery and adding lots of pics we didn’t have before! You may have noticed the additions from this past week, but we thought we should make an actual post about them so you won’t miss anything. Click on each thumbnail to view their respective albums!

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(July 12, 2017) Posted by Gabby   —   Uncategorized

Hello everyone! We are partnering up with Emma-Watson.Net in order to offer you a more comprehensive fansite experience! Seeing as we have never had a space in which you can socialize with fellow fans, we have decided to join the discussion boards of the longest running Emma Watson fansite online, and you can find us at forum.emma-watson.net. That’s a great place to talk about Emma’s films and side projects, and it currently has more than 2,400 members!