Emma Watson covers July Issue of US Vogue

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Jun 14, 2011

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Actress Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) was recently revealed as the cover girl for the July 2011 issue of Vogue magazine.

In an extensive interview with the fashion magazine, Ms. Watson discusses what life was like balancing Harry Potter and her education, her other projects such as the ethical clothing line People Tree, and preparation for her next film, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” The article also includes quotes from producer David Heyman, director David Yates, and co-star Daniel Radcliffe about their time working with Ms. Watson.

In time, the crew on the set of Harry Potter became Emma’s surrogate family, too. It was not just about bonding with her costars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint: Heyman’s emphasis on continuity ensured that year after year the same driver took Emma to and from Leavesden Studios, the same cafeteria lady doled out her eggs, and the same hairdressers combed her famous brown tresses. Emma grew close to the head of makeup, Amanda Knight, and would while away the hours experimenting in the makeup trailer. “That was my playground. I would sit and play with lipsticks, foundations, and eye shadows; and every now and then Amanda would let me do the extras’ face paint for the Quidditch matches.”

The entire article is available to read online and includes some fantastic new photos of the actress taken by photographer Mario Testino.





34 Responses to Emma Watson covers July Issue of US Vogue

Avatar ImageMariaKeis says: OhMyGodricsHallow she looks so pretty .. I need I need I need !Avatar ImageMariaKeis says: OhMyGodricsHallow she looks so pretty .. I need I need I need !Avatar Imagealexweasley12 says: wow shes really pretty ! Avatar Image2tal says: Ms Watson is smart and thoughtful with and without the war paint. These pictures make her look like so many others. She, as we each do, deserve something more unique and individual. Just one perspective!Avatar ImageLivi22 says: She's so pretty and talented! And so damn human! What would we do without our Emma?Avatar ImageDlcohm7 says: Picture #5 is my favorite.She is beautiful with or without all the paint yes.And she is a smart girl,so fame will never go to her head.Bless them all! Enjoy the girlie fun Emma!Avatar ImageEmmaria says: wooow she is pretty :DAvatar ImageEmmaria says: loving the color of her lips and her eyes wooow love it ;PAvatar ImageDobbys-socks says: wow, she looks so different!Avatar Imagehalf-bloodprince says: What's up with her hair? lol she is very pretty, and I look forward to reading the article. :)Avatar Imageemmawatsonfan13 says: Oh, wow! can't wait to get a copy!!!!! :D Avatar Imagerotfang07 says: Interesting and sad interview. Perfectionism is a disease. It's impossible for a perfectionist to switch off, which means Emma is in the fast lane to Bonkersville unless someone around her takes things in hand. Britney anyone? Avatar Imagekbicprez says: I’ve always enjoyed Emma’s interviews. She’s so bright and thoughtful. I’m sure she would make the same choice again, but she must feel wistful sometimes about what her life might have been without HP. I don’t think Leaky’s posted it, but there’s a behind-the-scenes video of Emma’s Vogue photoshoot. It's fun to watch. At the beginning, she talks about asking for and receiving 2 chickens for her 21st birthday. It’s VERY FUNNY!Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: I always love Emma's interview, its like talking to your best friend. And she looks stunning as always, I love the eyes.Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Emma is simply fantasticAvatar Imagegexpert says: Woh!!! She looks so different, I like that.Avatar ImageEmmasquared says: I wish I was one of the extras!!! I swear, we are so alike...other than the fact that she is so gorgeous, we would be such good friends if she would just notice me :(!!Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: My how she has grown!Avatar Imagesilverkacy says: When Emma Watson was young, she would come down to Hilton Head, South Carolina with her family. Her parents would go out and she would need a babysitter. My uncle's neighbor would do it. One time the old lady got sick and the Watsons flew down to take care of her. she has a sweet family.Avatar ImageDavidTheUnready says: love the interviews, amazing pictures Avatar ImageDobbys-socks says: i know this is off topic but how do i get a avatar? (sorry im new)Avatar ImageGiant Fairy says: oh my...who wrote that article?? Rita Skeeter????Avatar Imagekyrstalkris says: Congratulations to Emma! She is beautiful on the cover! She should think about becoming a model! I really love her Burberry photos! (e.g. my avatar!) She's so amazing and her interview is quite lovely! But, I can't believe she wears make-up! Her face is so natural-looking! =]Avatar Imagesboyer06 says: I. AM. GOING. TO. GET. THIS. WHEN. RELEASED!!! I CANT WAIT!!!Avatar Imagepaskunia says: She looked kind of tarted up in that first pic. That Tammy Faye lipstick job did not do her justice. But I understand she is trying out many things, so I'll give her a pass on it. The interview was wonderful, though. And I'm glad that whole ruckus about "3 points for Gryffiindor" was explained by her. Sounds like the scandal press were niping at her heels, as usual, looking for a story. No wonder she wants to lay low!Avatar ImageGraymayne says: Fascinating interview! It is illuminating to learn that being a teenager is difficult for everyone, regardless of financial circumstances. It is interesting that her rebellion was to insist on having a "normal" pattern of life, going to university at the right age and settling into the ordinary things of life and just disappearing into the crowd. Fame and fortune is obviously not what it seems from the outside, so be careful what you wish for.Avatar Imagechanngalambeatrice says: She's beautiful. But unmistakable? To a person who haven't lived in Western society (like me), she looks just as same as other actresses under the make-up!Avatar Imagemencia says: emma is a beautiful intelligent and hardworking woman. i really admire her work ethic and that she goes for what she wants in life. of the trio she is my favorite and i wish her all the success in life (which i wish for the other two as well). it was a great interview and it proves that we all have challenges in life no matter who we are, but the way we choose to handle them is what sets us apart from others. however she should learn to take time out for herself and relax as well. thank you to leaky for sharing the interview :)Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: I can't get the slideshow to advance beyond the second picture, but from what I can see, I don't like the Vampira look on her. She looks unhealthy, like she hasn't been outdoors in 6 months. Other than that, props to Ms. Watson for saying flat-out 'I'm a feminist.' I hope that all her young female fans take note. I also hope that at some point it will occur to her that obsessing over fashion and makeup doesn't exactly make one a great feminist role model. Just because some women are able to make a living off their looks doesn't mean that a woman's looks are the standard by which her contributions in life ought to be evaluated.Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: I can't get the slideshow to advance beyond the second picture, but from what I can see, I don't like the Vampira look on her. She looks unhealthy, like she hasn't been outdoors in 6 months. Other than that, props to Ms. Watson for saying flat-out 'I'm a feminist.' I hope that all her young female fans take note. I also hope that at some point it will occur to her that obsessing over fashion and makeup doesn't exactly make one a great feminist role model. Just because some women are able to make a living off their looks doesn't mean that a woman's looks are the standard by which her contributions in life ought to be evaluated.Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: I can't get the slideshow to advance beyond the second picture, but from what I can see, I don't like the Vampira look on her. She looks unhealthy, like she hasn't been outdoors in 6 months. Other than that, props to Ms. Watson for saying flat-out 'I'm a feminist.' I hope that all her young female fans take note. I also hope that at some point it will occur to her that obsessing over fashion and makeup doesn't exactly make one a great feminist role model. Just because some women are able to make a living off their looks doesn't mean that a woman's looks are the standard by which her contributions in life ought to be evaluated.Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: I can't get the slideshow to advance beyond the second picture, but from what I can see, I don't like the Vampira look on her. She looks unhealthy, like she hasn't been outdoors in 6 months. Other than that, props to Ms. Watson for saying flat-out 'I'm a feminist.' I hope that all her young female fans take note. I also hope that at some point it will occur to her that obsessing over fashion and makeup doesn't exactly make one a great feminist role model. Just because some women are able to make a living off their looks doesn't mean that a woman's looks are the standard by which her contributions in life ought to be evaluated.Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: I am so sorry for the multiple posts - I keep getting frozen screens and Bad Gateway errors, then suddenly they all appear at once. I wish there were a way to delete the extras. My apologies.Avatar ImageFarahey Sama Kabir says: No offense the cover creeps me out.

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