Not a fan of James Franco, but hey this movie looks hilarious.
The film centres on how the famed Hollywood stars James Franco, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride and Craig Robinson deal with the day of reckoning, which strikes during a party hosted by James Franco at his house.
What do you think of the movie? Will it be something that you wanna see?
Emma Watson is in CANNES where ‘The Bling Ring’ premiered. I am interested to see what the world has to say about it, as I can’t wait to see this movie.
Living in Southern California I remember watching the story unfold.
Emma Watson has talked about growing from Harry Potter.
Speaking before the premiere, Watson said: “Harry Potter feels like such a long time ago; so much has happened in the last three or four years, but obviously it’s still very present, it’s still being played in people’s living rooms. I’m not trying to run away from it … but it’s that I’ve had such an amazing three or four years having a chance to transform into new roles and work with new creative people.”
But what was more interesting was how she talked about celebrity. ‘Bling Ring’ director, Sofia Coppola, was born into celebrity, but it was thrust upon Emma due to the success of ‘Harry Potter’.
“There are celebrities that create a brand and create a business and a whole job, a whole life, out of other people’s interest in their lives, and then there are celebrities or people who have a craft or a trade,” she said.
“As long as people understand the difference then it’s OK. But there’s definitely a difference.”
Emma Watson Cover’s W Magazine’s June/July Issue »
Emma Watson is all grown up. She’s no longer the little girl we all knew from ‘Harry Potter’. But she definitely has grown into her own woman. She covers W Magazine’s June/July Issue and we have to say… WOAH!
We all know she’s at Cannes promoting the ‘Bling Ring’ – which we can’t wait to see. You can read a snid bit of the interview here, but for the entire thing, CLICK HERE.
Did her outfits help you get into character?
Who wouldn’t love to go to work in Uggs and very low-slung tracksuit bottoms? The iconic detail of Nicki is her tramp stamp. It’s a lotus flower, a Buddhist-like symbol just above her butt crack. Really classy![Laughs] And at one point I told the costume designer, “You can see my bra strap in this top; shouldn’t we pin it?” And she said, “No, sweetie—Nicki is all about her bra strap showing.” I was like, Right, okay, different mind-set.
When did you realize you were famous?
I lived in denial for as long as I possibly could. Until the age of 18, I would take the Oxford Tube, which is a public bus. Then it got to the point where the fact that I was on the bus would spread from one end to the other. I’d think, Why am I doing this to myself? Ignoring fame was my rebellion, in a funny way. I was insistent on being normal and doing normal things. It probably wasn’t advisable to go to college in America and room with a complete stranger. And it probably wasn’t wise to share a bathroom with eight other people in a coed dorm. Looking back, that was crazy.
I’m surprised you chose to come to America.
I’ve always loved America. When we came here with Harry Potter, everyone was so warm. Eventually, all of my friends were American, and I think that’s why I was attracted to playing Americans, even extreme ones like Nicki. When I’m presented with a character, I think, Hmmm…I have not had this experience. I don’t really know what this would be like. I’ll have the experience through the character.