The first photos from Emma’s Ad Campaign for Lancome are now up in the gallery!
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Who’s that gorgeous mystery man sniffing Emma Watson, we wonder? As if we could be any more envious of the star, Emma smoulders in her latest campaign for Lancôme. The advert was shot by Mario Testino for the launch of new fragrance Trésor Midnight Rose, which is set to be launched in Boots stores across the UK on 21 September 2011. We can’t wait to get our mitts on a bottle – can you?
The star shocked many when she began modelling for Burberry, and created an ethical range of pieces with People Tree. Her fans were more used to seeing her as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter, so it took some getting used to.
Emma has explained working with People Tree seemed a natural progression for her as she’s been interested in the environment from a young age.
“I had a very inspiring teacher when I was at school. I did a lot of course work on the developing world, Fair Trade and natural disasters,” she explained. “It really developed my interest and then I met Safia Minney who’s the CEO of People Tree and we had really good chat. I want to make a difference. It’s really nice to contribute.”
Emma also surprised many when she cropped her signature long locks into a short pixie ‘do. It was something she’d wanted to do for a long time but couldn’t until Harry Potter filming had finished
“Oh my God it’s great! I just roll out of bed, it’s very low maintenance,” she told Shout magazine.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — “Harry Potter” star Emma Watson says she plans to return to Brown University to complete her degree.
The British actress who plays Hermione (hur-MY’-nee) Granger in the “Harry Potter” series tells The Virginian-Pilot that she remains enrolled at Brown even though she’ll study at England’s Oxford University in the fall.
She says intends to return to Providence in 2012 to complete her studies at the Ivy League school.
The 21-year-old Watson left Brown earlier this year, saying she wanted to devote her time to the final “Harry Potter” film and other acting opportunities.
The final chapter in the series premiered last week, setting box office records. It took in an estimated $168.6 million domestically from Friday to Sunday. That beats the previous best opening weekend of $158.4 million for 2008′s Batman blockbuster “The Dark Knight.”
Harry Potter star, Emma Watson, is being lined up to star in a new version of the classic fairy tale, Beauty and the Beast. The next in a long line of adaptations of the classic story, in which a merchant’s daughter falls in love with a rich but hideous beast, is thought to already be in pre-production.
Denise Di Novi, the producer of Crazy, Stupid, Love told Comingsoon.net that she is developing the adaptation with Guillermo Del Toro.
Del Toro, director of Pan’s Labyrinth and Hellboy, is currently working on the monster movie, Pacific Rim, after passing The Hobbit back to the original Lord of the Rings director, Peter Jackson.
Little is known about the project thus far, but it is believed that the picture will retain the original setting and period rather than update the tale, like in Beastly, the re-imagining released earlier this year.
Emma Watson’s next film, and her first since the Potter franchise ends, will be the Marilyn Monroe biopic, My Week with Marilyn, which stars Michelle Williams as the iconic film star.
The final film in the Harry Potter saga, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two is in cinemas now.
Thanks to my friend Renee we have more images of Emma from the recent Harry Potter issue of Entertainment Weekly.
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