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Not normally into bows. But when they’re used like this and worn by Emma Watson, there’s not much to complain about. This is not a prom bow with ringlets. It’s not a hair bow with ringlets. It’s a skirt bow. It’s a bow that IS the skirt. Which, in about 2 years, will actually make it to the prom. Full Story
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Emma Watson wore a Dior Couture dress with an open back and pants underneath. If your mom watched the Globes, she’s already called you to complain about it. Emma Watson wore almost garish makeup. It was a little too bright and a little too much. Emma Watson knocked back wine, barely noticing whether or not you were looking at her through the camera’s pushy-pushy face. Full Story
The big movie release this month is Catching Fire. There was a time however that November belonged to the Harry Potter movies. The first and second films in the franchise came out in November. Out of the series of 8, a total of 4 of them were November opens. So I associate November with Harry Potter, and London too, since I was sent there for junketing several years in a row, both for the theatrical releases and the DVD launches.
It felt right then to see these pictures of JK Rowling with Emma Watson this November at a fundraiser for Lumos on Saturday at the Warner Bros Harry Potter Tour. The event raised over a million pounds in support of orphans around the world. You know who else was there?
Even though she had two movies out this summer, I feel like it’s been a quiet one for Emma Watson. Why is that? She just wasn’t up in our faces that much, right? This is not a complaint. It only means that when we do see her, it’s exciting. Here she is at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London tonight. Full Story
(Lainey: as you know, we don’t just call it Paris Hilton on this site. The proper way to refer to it is Hollywood Ebola Paris Hilton. I have made those adjustments to Dean’s piece below.) What goes into landing a Teen Vogue cover? Are the politics as fraught and gossiped about as the fight over the cover of American Vogue? I'd guess not, but still, there's definitely a certain status to it. Full Story
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NO. It seems impossible. And your first instinct is to argue because that’s our Hermione. It’s Emma Watson. She can do Burberry and Rodarte, she can be Chanel and Christopher Kane, and even though Emma is many things and has been described many ways, she’s almost never been called. Full Story
As expected, The Bling Ring will be screened at Cannes but not in competition. Not that that matters. All that matters, really, is that Sofia Coppola and her actors will represent on the tapis rouge. Hermione will be on the Croisette for the first time. Here’s Emma Watson in London this weekend walking around with a friend, not unlike the way her character in The Bling Ring walks around West Hollywood, only she’s not wearing celebrity-stolen goods. Full Story
There’s a sofa in here for two! I might still be able to quote Pretty Woman, line by line, as disturbing as it is now that I’m not 16 anymore and thinking how awesome it would be to be a prostitute given a credit card by a rich dude in a Lotus. Oh Vivian Ward. Oh Julia Roberts. I know, I know, Julia Roberts. Full Story
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Miley Cyrus stepped out with blue hair she calls platinum the other day after it was widely rumoured last week that fiancé Liam Hemsworth was cheating on her with January Jones. I’m not saying Liam isn’t... But that story wasn’t sourced. That story originated because the paps were standing outside a party and shot them getting into a car together. Full Story
Remember Winona Ryder’s shag in Reality Bites? It’s one of my favourite hairstyles of all time. And you can’t quite get there when you cut it deliberately with that in mind. The best shags are the ones that happen naturally in the process of being grown out. Emma Watson is growing it out. Full Story
I have to begin by confessing that I have not read The Perks of Being a Wallflower. And I can safely say that I regret letting it slip through the cracks. Because if a movie this good came from a book, I can only imagine how transformative that book must be. As a movie, The Perks of Being a Wallflower will go down as one of the great coming of age classics. Full Story