Here are some outtakes of Emma, Rupert and Daniel’s shoot for Entertainment Weekly back in 2009! Love the Emma & Rupert ones!
Photoshoots> Photoshoots from 2009 > Session 014
After some personal debate, Emma Watson has made it clear she intends to continue her acting career after the end of the “Harry Potter” series with this summer’s “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. 2.” In so doing Watson already filmed a small role in “My Week with Marilyn” with Michelle Williams and she’s set to star in the big screen adaptation of “The Perks of a Wallflower” alongside Logan Lerman. Today, Summit Entertainment has come on board to co-produce and release the picture giving it a significantly higher profile.
“Wallflower” has been adapted for the screen and will be directed by Stephen Chbosky who wrote the original novel in 1999. It follows a young man (Lerman) trying to deal with his mental illness and the suicide of his best friend all while experiencing the joy of a first love (Watson). Chbosky is best known as the co-creator of the cult TV series “Jericho” and for adapting “Rent” to the big screen.
In a statement Erik Feig, Summit’s President of Production, remarked, “Every so often you read a book that reminds you what life was really like at a particular age in all its wonderful and terrible details or if you’re lucky enough to read it at the right time in your life, it can change the course you’re on and make you think things are actually going to be O.K. ‘The Perks of Being A Wallflower’ is that book and we are thrilled for the opportunity to turn it into that kind of movie as well. We know we are off to the right start with Stephen directing, with Emma and Logan starring, and with our talented producer team.”
John Malkovich, whose company shepherded the project, is on board as an executive producer.
While Watson won’t return to the screen until the “Harry Potter” series ends this July, Lerman will soon be seen in another Summit production, “The Three Musketeers.”
Production on “Wallflower” is expected to begin this summer.
The Harry Potter film franchise will receive a special British film prize this month, to recognize the popular saga’s lasting effect on U.K. cinema.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announced Thursday it would present the film series with an award for outstanding British contribution to cinema.
“The Harry Potter films have not only created stars in front of the camera, but have also highlighted the expertise within the British craft and technical industries, supporting a vast array of jobs throughout production,” the academy said in a statement.
J.K. Rowling — who authored the blockbuster novels that inspired the films — and producer David Heyman will accept the honour at the academy’s annual BAFTA gala in London on Feb. 13.
Since 2001, the Harry Potter film series has charted the coming of age of a young wizard, portrayed by Daniel Radcliffe.
The franchise will conclude in July with the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2.
An international phenomenon, like Rowling’s books, the films have made more than $6 billion US at the global box office.
Introduced in 1978, the BAFTA award for outstanding British contribution to cinema has previously been presented to filmmakers Mike Leigh and Kenneth Branagh, the visual effects team behind 1978′s Superman and British film studio Pinewood Studios.
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In what will be her third and final collection with the Fair Trade fashion brand the collection takes on a more mature look.
The main collection will officially launch on 28 February 2011 to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight and promoted through a special mail order catalogue with Emma Watson modeling throughout.
“I designed the collection last year after I’d started university in the US. Safia, People Tree’s founder, and Misato, People Tree’s designer, came out to work with me in Rhode Island. Together we decided on all the colours, fabrics, shapes and craft skills. Most of all, we took care to design a really wearable collection that truly celebrates the traditional skills of People Tree’s Fair Trade groups around the world.” said Emma Watson.
A preview collection of 9 styles goes on sale today featuring jersey harem pants, blazers and draped dresses as well as a striking silk gingham check dress and a polka dot tea dress.
People Tree (Youth) > Spring/Summer 2011 – Outtakes
I’ve added a photoshoot outtake by Harry Crowder. According to Crowder’s twitter this photo was shot in Emma’s home on December 30th, 2010!
Photoshoots> 2010> Session 012
I’ve added outtakes from the Mariano Vivanco shoot! These outtakes were used in several magazines!
Photoshoots> 2010> Session 011