A new video has been released from Emma Watson's cover shoot for Harper's Bazaar. The Hermione Granger actress introduces the video and talks about her initial difficulty acting the role of the harsher of the two contrasting looks featured in the photoshoot. You can watch the video here on YouTube or below.
The issue of Harper's Bazaar hits newsstands on the 7th of July.
Well — in the first part — she could be in Slytherin. In the second part — I wish she would let her hair grow back.
I agree with Girlraven, I wish she hadn’t cut her hair, I suppose she does look nice but for all of us who picture her as Hermione she just looked so much younger and more innocent with long hair, and her hair was so beautiful.
she ia amazing!!!!
The dress with the feathers was a bit wierd…But she looked great! good job Emma! I’d love to see her in a movie playing the antagonist, that would be fantastic!
In the black wig she looks a lot like Polly Walker as Lady Caroline in ‘Enchanted April’ (which, coincidentally, was directed by Mike Newell and also had Miranda Richardson and Jim Broadbent in the cast).
I hope she keeps the pixie cut – she really stands out in it and looks much more adult and sophisticated. The long hair was kind of childish and frumpy on her.
But most of all, as a role model for girls who calls herself a feminist, I hope she realizes at some point that it is damaging to women to keep on conveying the subliminal message that looks, fashion, hair and makeup are what matter most. Her efforts to market a sustainable clothing line are a step in the right direction, I guess.
she looked more like herself in the white than the black but she looked great in both
Beazle, she was acting. She had to play to different characters.
She said in an interview that she is growing it back out.
If you watch Sorcerer’s Stone and then this video you feel like you should go to jail……
She’s grown up so much!
I would have enjoyed watching the video more if the ‘background’ music had been toned down rather more when Emma was speaking, it was quite hard to hear what she was saying at times.
I don’t think there’s any harm in her being interested in fashion and makeup, she’s also eloquent and values her education, so she shows that it is possible to be clever and enjoy looking good if that’s what you want to do. Clever people have often been portrayed in quite a negative way in the past.
Regarding Emma’s haircut, so many people still seem to think she should have long hair (indeed some people still seem to think all women should have long hair), they still want her to look like Hermione and I think it’s about time people got over that, she is her own woman and should be allowed to do what she wants with her hair. It was quite a brave step to have that haircut, I bet Emma knew the kind of response she would get from many people but she did it anyway, good for her.
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