Emma Watson Wins Constellation Award
July 15, 2008, 02:31 PM
Congratulations are in order today for actress Emma Watson who won a Constellation Award as “Best Female Performance in a 2007 Science Fiction Film, TV Movie, or Mini-Series,” for her performance as Hermione Granger in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.” The Constellation Awards, which are said to honor “the actors and producers behind Canada’s favourite Science Fiction TV series and movies,” were presented over the weekend in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with a “Best Performance Male” award also going to actor David Tennant (Barty Crouch Jr. in GoF) for his starring role in the hit TV series, Doctor Who. Well done Emma and David!
Well, that’s nice for Emma, but I’m one of those who think she just cannot act. She’s beautiful and seems like a lovely person, but sadly her acting is way too pretentious and shallow. Somebody has said that since the second film Emma’s been acting herself, not Hemione, and I completely agree. So for me, she doesen’t deserve the award at all. I hope that she’ll develop, especially since, apparently, she keeps getting roles on her looks and popularity (you know, Emma’s got so many fans that if she’s starring in a movie, it’s expected that the movie will get a lot of viewers and thus a lot of money.) it would be nice that she’d act well on those films too. I wish her good luck.