Emma's quotes to remember

DISCLAIMER: This blog is my opinion. I'm not saying everything I say is true but I'm not making anything up. I pride myself on using facts, evidence, sources, and deductive reasoning. I'm not an inside source but I was not born yesterday. I use Emma's words showing her inconsistencies with what she says versus what she does. Everything she says is actually the opposite of who she is when you pay attention to what she actually does. She preaches about being honest and true to yourself when she isn't. She claims virtues and convictions she doesn't adhere to. She constantly portrays a false sense of modesty, morality and ethics that she never follows. It's not her actions that bother me. She can smoke crack for all I care. It's all her deceptions that built up her fake persona she gets lauded for. She is more of a brand than being the genuine article. Emma is a prettily weaved illusion designed to trick you. She is a celebrity (they get so much attention in society) and she is pretty (beauty culture obsession), and these days that’s as good as being a god (celebrity worship syndrome). This blog was not created to point out what an awful human being she is. I don't believe she's a horrible person but when it comes to a stereotyped fake celebrity she fits the mold perfectly. This blog was created as a push back to the mindless adoration and to point out what others refuse or fail to do. I don’t know Emma the private person but what I do know is Emma the public person (celebrity) is full of contradiction, hypocrisy and deceptions. Her entire public persona is built on being the anti-celebrity but in reality she's ever bit of the fame hungry attention seeker she claims not to be. Celebrities should be looked at as products. They're trying to sell us (the consumers) something by using the same marketing ploys we see in ads every day. They make millions doing this. We have every right as consumers to call bullshit when the product does not work as advertised. Celebrities made a choice to be public figures and can walk away anytime they wish so anything they put out there is up for debate.

QUOTES OF EMMA'S TO REMEMBER: "There seems to be this feeling that all of us were bursting to break out of these images we had created but that’s never been the case (2009)." and "I do not think I "ought" to be a model of reference for my fame. But I want to do something good by using my public image and reputation (2009)." and "Actually, I'm quite shy, I've never liked attention and money. I feel myself a little bit like Finding Nemo's Dory. I just keep swimming and don't turn around to watch the mess (2010)." and "I think you should be yourself because otherwise, you'll be on the wrong path and the results are not gonna be pretty (2010)." and " It's very weird. I have to kind of like switch heads. Sometimes I manage it seamlessly, and other times I feel rather all over the place. I explained to a friend that sometimes I feel a bit schizophrenic, like I have a split personality (2010)." and "In terms of a role model the cleanest way to live as a human and artist to be true to yourself (2011)." and "Never have something to hide or lose (2011)." and "Fame was never something I ever aspired to and it's not something I aspire to now really (2011)." NEW ONES (I find these new ones peculiar because I've said she's fake and a brand repeatedly since February 2011: Is she trying to come clean?): "Let’s say there’s a side of me, the one represented in the media, that does not match who I really am in private life. (2012)." and "It kind of does feel that way [like I am a brand]. That’s just something I’ve come to realize, that there’s a public persona (2013)." and "When you’re playing someone else and you’re playing a public persona for the media, you almost lose your own identity and who you are." and "I try my best to be as authentic as I can. I try to be real, but I also understand there’s a distinction between the me that walks red carpets, and the me that is just myself, at home (2013)." and "Similar to you, I used to try to hide what I was doing, and I would end up in these awkward positions where I would have to go and do something [for work] but I would say I was doing something else. I would try to hide that I had a car picking me up—I would hide the car around the corner so that people would think I was walking. All of these elaborate kinds of schemes to pretend I was like everyone else (2013).”

ONE MORE EMMA QUOTE TO CONSIDER from an interview in 2009, "Did you ever steal any of the props? “Yes, I did. We were doing a scene in Gringotts and there was all of this plastic gold that’s in there, but Dan, Rupert and I spent like the whole week smuggling it out for crew members who wanted souvenirs. They weren’t giving any of it away, so we nicked it. We were actually competing in the end and I got really good at it. I looked like the innocent one, so they nobody really noticed me, but they checked the boys. So I think I got about four or five pieces out. That was funny.” And that's the just of it. Emma looks to innocent to be anything other than what she makes herself up to be. It makes doing this blog rather difficult at times because people do not want to believe Emma is anything but honest. There is also the issue of Emma stating for years she is just like the fictional character Hermione. People get confused between Emma the actress and Hermione the make believe character she was portraying. They are nothing alike.

OTHER QUOTES: "The great thing about Emma is that she's a chameleon that can communicate anything you ask." - Mario Testino. "Any actor who tells you that they have become the people they play, unless they’re clearly diagnosed as a schizophrenic, is bullshitting you.” - Gary Oldman. "The image is one thing and the human being is another...It's very hard to live up to an image, put it that way." - Elvis Presley. "It is much easier to be honest than to be caught up in a bunch of lies. At least this way, you know who you are." - Mila Kunis

WELCOME: This is a place where you can freely speak your mind far from the fan girls, fan boys, stans, and Potterheads. As long as I am motivated to do this blog I will continue to post when I feel like it or can. I consider this a hobby, and like so many hobbies you can get bored with them. It's not a normal hobby (lol) but it's always been fun pointing out all her deceptions, contradictions and hypocrisy. I quit this blog twice. The longest was for ten months. It killed this blog because everyone that commented is gone. It is what it is.

Two pages to check out and one forum:
1.) meettherealemmawatson.tumblr.com
2.) emma-what-son.tumblr.tumblr.com (no affiliation)
3.) emma-what-son.forumcommunity.net (no affiliation)

March 30, 2014

Emma Watson criticises 'dangerously unhealthy' pressure on young women

From theguardian.com March 2014

Emma Watson has criticised the "dangerously unhealthy" image projected by the fashion industry and said the pressure to look perfect has taken its toll on her. The actor has also described her doomed attempts to merge into the background as a student at an American university, where she found herself being trailed everywhere by British photographers.

After the recent New York premiere of Noah, she tweeted a photograph of the array of cosmetics – and a guardian angel pin – that she said were essential aids to her flawless appearance, and another of herself in a backless dress captioned: "I did NOT wake up like this." The actress said she is better at taking criticism these days than she once was. "As a younger woman, that pressure got me down, but I've made my peace with it. With airbrushing and digital manipulation, fashion can project an unobtainable image that's dangerously unhealthy. I'm excited about the ageing process. I'm more interested in women who aren't perfect. They're more compelling."

Watson became famous playing Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies and has been constantly in work since. She is about to start filming a thriller, Regression, by Alejandro Amenábar and is also trying to complete her degree at Brown University, Rhode Island. She enrolled in 2009 for what would have been a four year course, but has taken several breaks for film work, and spent a year studying at Oxford. "After Harry Potter, all that mattered was university," she said, in an interview with the Sunday Times. "It wasn't always easy to break down barriers, as having men from the British press following me with cameras didn't help my mission to integrate. The American press, by contrast, "afforded me so much privacy", but her fellow students recognised her at once. "On the first day, I walked into the canteen and everyone went completely silent and turned around to look at me. I had to say to myself 'it's OK, you can do this'. You just have to take a deep breath and gather your courage."

GUARDIAN COMMENTERS SAY:

So something like this Burberry campaign she did a few years ago? Hypocrisy at its finest. She flaunts with the fashion industry and enjoys its perks all the time, but hops on the 'female beauty' bandwagon and enjoys a moan when it suits her. I'd find her socially conscientious pleas convincing if she hadn't profited in the hundreds of thousands (if not millions) from the big, bad, evil fashion/beauty industry. A few years ago, Emma Watson appeared in high-profile advertising companies for posh Paris fashion house L'ancome. I'm guessing she was handsomely remunerated for her 'work'. Certainly she was not forced into letting her photo shopped image be used to market expensive cosmetics and perfumes. Did she only discover how 'oppressive' the fashion industry is when L'ancome cancelled her lucrative contract?

Ms Watson is essentially a third-rate actress, and her pronouncements on large and complex issues, such as the pressures on women, are so idiotically vapid that one is brought to conclude that she really can have very little aptitude for higher education. I mean, her comments are hardly indicative of an educated person, or even of a moderately literate or intelligent person. By the way, I understand that she spent a year at Oxford as a visiting and/or exchange student while enrolled at Brown. How come? She is a British national, and so by rights she should not have gone to Oxford on a visiting/exchange student programme, irrespective of whether she happens a student at an American university. If I am wrong about this, then I should like to have some explanation as to her status at Oxford, and how she came by it. Otherwise, I suppose that one might be forgiven for thinking that it is yet another case of a once respectable academic institutions bowing down before the false idols of celebrity and money. (This is quite apart from the fact that all that one has read about her since she began life as a student concerns her acting career, her modeling and her various boyfriends.)

SOME COMMENTS FROM THE DM ARTICLE

Notice how it's always people who are very aware of how attractive they are that babble on about how it's okay to have physical blemishes? I'd like to see an ugly person say the same thing. Only someone young, beautiful and with her whole life before her can say that, and mean it. Sometimes, her comments maKe her more stupid. Get lost and Wingardium Leviosa. What a daft thing to say. But, then again, this is coming from someone who can't seem to finish uni. I feel like I've aged about 10 years reading this article. Annoying girl. Not only annoying, but also pretentious and disingenuous.

^None of this is my words. It from commentators from two sites

emma-what-son posted many more so check out her page



Here's what I think

As for what she is saying about Brown it's a complete 180 from how she described it before 2013. In 2013 she started to elude to the fact it was not as great as she made it out to be. She gushed how wonderful her experiences had been to so many magazines. Now I think she's looking for pity and to have excuses why she never stayed at Brown. She preached how she was staying put. I am so fucking tired of having to post quote after quote proving my point with this when she lies time after time. She is not honest! What the truth is doesn't matter because she always lying. It's a constant thing with her.

As for the pressures on women she is really a piece of work. The guardian commenters summed it up nicely. She had no problem attaching herself to Burberry and Lancôme. She's had no problem giving them praise and talking about fashion and make-up in just about every interview. That part where she talked about photo shopping and air brushing. Just wow! Did she see the Wonderland magazine she edited? Some photos it didn't even look like her. She'll continue allowing her image to be manipulated no matter what. She thinks she’s aging? She still looks 15 without all the make-up and photo shopping. Last year she was stopped at JFK because they thought she was a unaccompanied minor. Did you know one of the product she pushed when modeling for Lancôme was an anti-age cream? That's the dumbest comment in her entire interview.

But really she's said this kind of stuff the last three years and most notably in 2011 where she had a various quotes about body image and being comfortable in your skin. I wont bore you with those quotes since I have before. She gets lauded for those comments and people place her in role model status but when you closely look at it they were just words that meant nothing at the time other than to make people think, “Emma is so anti-Hollywood!! She’s a role model for women and young girls” but meanwhile she never believed in any of it in the first place. At the time she said those things she was at a more healthier weight than she ever was. In 2011 you can tell she either stopped working out or ate more. I thought she looked her best then. Now she’s back to stick thin and even surpassed it a way IMO is unhealthy. She sending a bad message to women.

From standard.co.uk July 2011, “She sees modeling as an extension of acting, in fact - just playing a role - but is conflicted about its demands. “I think the pressure the media and the fashion industry put on women to look a certain way is pretty intense. There’s a certain tyranny to trying to achieve that kind of beauty. I don’t know, I’m maybe not the best person to speak about this because I obviously completely adhere to it,” she laughs nervously. “

^She really needs to start taking her own advice and quit being a judgmental hypocrite. Not just with this topic but everything she tends to speak out against that she does it herself.

Recently she tweeted a photo of all this make-up and I posted this on my tumblr days ago



^Same phone in this photo is what they're using in the bottom photo that I also posted on tumblr

She said something else recently (Sunday Times interview) that is just typical Emma. I covered this a few times.

From emmawatsonbelgium.blogspot.be March 2014, "For someone who has starred in eight blockbuster movies and is worth an estimated £30m, she is endearingly modest about how green she felt leaving Harry Potter behind in 2011. Emerging from that magical machine was “really intimidating”, she says. “I’d done two tiny plays when I was, like, six and eight, but I wasn’t driven to act. I wasn’t doing Oscar acceptance speeches into a hairbrush."

Yeah it might have no been a hairbrush but who knows she could be lying about that. She'd practice her speeches in mirrors.

From telegraph.co.uk July 2007,  "Pauline is utterly obsessed with being an actress and I was just like that when I was younger. I dreamt of it. I practised speeches in front of mirrors. Whenever there was a part at school, I went for it. I was probably a bit of a show-off in the sense that any chance to get up and be seen, I did it. I was such a drama queen. I used to wail and moan and cry, and little things were blown up into being big things. I don't know how my parents stood it, really. I've grown up a bit. I've had to. I actually really want to be an actress, a proper actress who makes it her career. I'm always expecting to be found out and I thought, If I'm no good, now is the time to find out."

She really wants people to think she all of a sudden wants to act. What I think is she is really trying to distance herself from her lack luster post Potter career by making it out like she now wants to act and that’s why she has no lead roles because her resume does not equal her hype. The last few years she’s separated herself from “always wanted to be an actress” to “I was not sure”. She’s being disingenuous as usual and people believe it. Plus she said she did modeling so directors and producers would look at her differently so that's why she used Burberry and Lancôme. And she did a course at RADA in 2008 so if she was not sure or didn't want to than why did she do these things?

One more thing from the Sunday Times interview

From emmawatsonbelgium.blogspot.be March 2014, "It’s about as close as she’ll get to revealing anything about her newest relationship, with Matt Janney, rugby hunk and Oxford’s most eligible bachelor. “I can’t comment on it, I’m sorry,” she says, suddenly jumping up and hastily bundling her things back into her bag, which has exploded across the sofa beside her. “I’m trying to keep my private life sacred, although I don’t want to lock myself up and never go out. So I guard it, because I don’t date people who are famous, and I don’t think it’s fair that, all of a sudden, intimate details of their personal life are public as a direct result of me. I find that so uncomfortable, and I wish there was a way I could protect those people, but it’s not in my control.” When I suggest her boyfriends are consenting adults, she looks worried. “But you don’t choose who to love, who you have feelings for, do you?” She throws her phone into her bag and retreats home to pack, as she’s flying to LA. Just a normal girl, then, off to present an Oscar."



So she can go to international magazines and complain she can't find a man or that men are intimidated by her? She had in the past before Will Adamowicz. It was in almost every one of her interviews for a few years. So she can use Matt Janney (this new guy) on a beach in a bikini PDA session as a publicity stunt to cover up her ex boyfriend being caught rolling coke bombs and also use him to product place an iPhone in Madrid but she wants to keep it private? And she doesn't date famous guys? What about Johnny Simmons (Young Neil) and George Craig (Front man for rock group One Night Only)?  If you can Google their name and you see them in movies or music videos, they're famous.

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Check these old posts out

Emma says people were confused
Emma almost quit acting
Emma worries about looking good
Emma was all alone at Brown

March 23, 2014

Emma Watson has stalkers and a bodyguard

From dailymail.co.uk March 2014, "Harry Potter star Emma Watson has hired a former NYPD officer as  a bodyguard to protect her from obsessed stalkers. The actress – thought to be worth £23  million – is believed to be paying the female officer £90,000 a year after a number of incidents of threatening behaviour towards her. The latest came as Emma, 23, right, was working on her new movie Noah, when an over-zealous ‘fan’ duped studio security staff and got on to the set. Emma, was left screaming, believing she was in danger, and filming had to stop.

The British actress, who played Hermione Granger in the Potter films, is now constantly shadowed by blonde former New York Police Department officer Denise Morrone. A source said: ‘The  one person Emma is never without is Denise. 'Emma has had problems with stalkers in the past and, because of her wealth, there is always the threat of kidnap. 'She pays for her bodyguard out of her own pocket and Denise accompanies her everywhere, even when Emma is out for dinner. Denise is always there, making sure she is safe.’ Another source said: ‘Denise is on high alert for one particular stalker who tracked Emma down on the set of her latest film. She is very discreet and very good at her job. She is always there looking after Emma, but you wouldn’t know. ‘She makes sure Emma has plenty of space and freedom. If they are at dinner, Denise is part of the gathering, but is always on duty.’

The new arrangement marks a departure for Emma, who has seemed determined to try to live a low-key, normal private life unencumbered by a security detail. Post-Potter she went to Brown University in Rhode Island, New England, and Worcester College, Oxford, to study for a degree. When she has appeared in public she has had no visible entourage. A spokesman for Miss Watson, who has homes in  London and New York, declined to comment."

^That's what the dailymail says but here below is what Emma said at the time.

From fansshare.com October 2012, "There was a lot of fuss made recently about the fact that a man who has been stalking Emma Watson managed to get onto her set before being chased off into the woods. It was claimed that Emma was terrified by the incident and feared for her safety.  However, it appears that the claims were not true, as Emma has spoken out about the “incident” stating that nothing of the sort happened. Emma felt that she needed to let everybody know what’s what and hoped to clear up any confusion about the stalker situation. Watson took to her official Twitter account to say, “Ok. Few things to clear up. I was not terrified by a stalker in the woods. And he was not fought off by martial arts experts.#whowrotethisstory”.

I don't get this DM article because Emma has had this bodyguard for ten years. I think this might be a great big dose of media sensationalism or maybe a planted story so everyone will go, "Aww poor Emma" because she has said some really dumb things lately.

I've seen photos of Denise (the older blonde lady we always see her with) with Emma as far back as 2005

Here they are outside the Regis and Kelly show (USA) in 2005 and to the right currently in 2014

emma-what-son:

Denise: “No, Emma, I told you: no alcohol befor the premiere….” Emma: “Damn old bitch……”

pfff hahaha

^She still looks 15 doesn't she?

I've seen one or two candids of Denise with Emma at Brown. I've read an article from a Brown website (thank anonymous for tipping me off) where they were talking about her bodyguards on campus that followed her around.

Here's Emma, some guy and Denise at Brown in the fall of 2010 (I can't find the others)



Here she is talking about stalkers in her GQ interview from last year

From gq-magazine.co.uk May 2013, "Did you have stalkers? 'Yes. I do have people who show up from time to time in different parts of the world. I've never really known how to respond; I've never really known if I should be afraid or not. This is how I put it into perspective: thousands of women all over the world have to deal with feeling afraid when they walk home from the Tube, on their way to work, when they go out for a drink. Feeling not safe isn't something that is singular to me or my experience as a woman, and I don't think any of these people mean me any harm. They just tend to be people caught up, who don't really realise what they are doing, and I think it is very important that I don't allow it to isolate me further, to be another reason why I shouldn't go out and meet people or walk down the street. Weird guys sometimes take it too far, and that is it. I just keep a friend with me. I don't have a full-time security guard or anything like that. Even at university I went everywhere completely alone, which looking back was probably a pretty ambitious thing that I tried to do there, but somehow I got away with it. There were times when I did feel stressed and anxious and could probably have done with a bit more support. At the same time I would rather make my own mistakes and learn what I need. I think it is so easy when you get famous to just disengage from having a life and that can make some things really dangerous.'"

Remember she told rookie magazine she used to lie about walking to places but had a car waiting for her? She was trying to make it seem she has this normal life. I reckon this could be another little white lie about not having a full-time guard because we've seen Denise with her for years. She's the woman that pushes people away and pulls her from signing autographs and even refuses people.

How about other instances like Glastonbury where that big muscular man tailed her everywhere. At airports when Denise is not there she has men which looks to be bodyguards to me. When she went to the Box Night Club she had a bodyguard. They're rare shots because most candids are just of Emma and Denise or Emma and a friend or boyfriend. You really think Emma travels alone?

For example



Last photo from 2011: Check this out and seethe altercation

You rarely catch her bodyguards photographed other than Denise who looks more than just a bodyguard. I think she's more like a bodyguard/assistant. I bet they are always around but you wouldn't know it. I'd go as far as saying they probably follow her from a distance to make it seem like she's really by herself.

Here's something she said in 2009 and it was really stupid

From wonderwall.msn.com July 2009 (interview with Dan, Rupert and Emma. she started brown in Sept 09) In this film, Ron has sort of a stalker girlfriend. Has it ever gotten strange where you're dating people who are more interested in dating Harry, Ron or Hermione rather than yourselves? Emma Watson: "I'm dating my stalker, actually."

It's dumb to even give a stalker the time or day in a magazine discussing them. It will probably embolden them by fueling whatever twisted fantasies they have in their head. If it were me I would not even mention it.

In 2010 she said this

From digitalspy.com November 2010, "Emma Watson has revealed that she and her Harry Potter co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint used to hide from their security guards. The actress admitted that she "hates" having bodyguards and prefers to deal with the attention she receives on her own. Watson explained: "I hate having bodyguards and when we were younger, Dan, Rupert and I used to try to hide from the people trying to keep an eye on us." The 20-year-old went on to say that she now feels comfortable traveling on public transport by herself. She added: "Now it's like, 'Really, I'm fine'. I take the train and the bus and, if I don't dress up too much, I'm usually fine. Occasionally people stop me but I'd rather deal with that than not go out at all. That'd be really tragic."

In her most recent interview for Elle she said this

From snitchseeker.com March 2014, “So while Radcliffe reportedly rarely leaves his house without a bodyguard, Watson memorably began her college career by moving into the freshman dorm-the very definition of exposed. She lopped off her hair, appeared in a student production of Chekhov. There were moment, she says, when she thought, “I don’t know if I can do this. Or if this is sensible anymore.” But she held firm, turning down high-profile work that would interfere with her studies. “I just don’t want a life where I can’t have a life, “she says. “And so I’ve been just unbelievably stubborn about it.”

^Peculiar and then this article comes out about her hired bodyguard. Could it have been Radcliffe's people saying, "Hey, wait a minute" and then ratted Emma out?

That last quote, the newer one, is of course a total contradiction from what she said about Brown before. I don't know it's that's the truth or this is some rouse to plant the idea she was heckled out of college life. I don't know but one thing is for sure I don't believe most of what comes out of this girls mouth. I'm like those towns people that had it with the games of the little boy that cried wolf.

As for the stalking it's the only thing I'll give her sympathy for. I think it would suck. If it's an over zealous stan or a weirdo I don't think it's cool. If you like or even dislike her there are still lines you should never cross and that includes invading her space. She's just one fake ass actress that lives in her own head that plays make believe and makes millions off it. Then of course she complains about it and manipulates the media and her fan base to cover up "the real Emma Watson". She's a prettily weaved illusion designed to trick you. There is no such thing as the perfect person and just because she is pretty it does not make her perfect girlfriend material. Stans and weirdos please understand this.

Check out this post I did

March 20, 2014

Emma Watson gets drunk and scales a fence naked

In her new interview for Elle Emma admitted something that correlates a tweet from a witness from in July 2011 on location filming Perks of being a Wallflower

From snitchseeker.com May 2014, "Among her exploits: She dated a costar Johnny Simmons, and she broke into a swimming pool at 3 A.M. "It was at a hotel," she reports happily. "It had a gate around it. My friends turned around and basically, I was gone. And the next thing they saw was me seven feet up in the air, scaling this fence." This, apparently, is not as out of character as we might suppose. Watson says coyly: "I shouldn’t be able to get away with what I’m getting away with."

Here is the tweet from July 2011 and here is a POST I originally posted it in at the time

" $*MarieChristine; Saw get so drunk that she got naked n climbed the fence to go into the swimming pool at my friend's hotel......http://twitter.com/#!/_MarieChristine."

So it was true. I'm not posting the quotes here (I'll link the posts with them below) but to generalize this is a girl that claims to be shy and doesn’t like to party and doesn’t drink to have a good time because it makes her really sleepy and she’s just so boring she says and blah, blah blah. She sucks people in with these statements are herself that makes people like her. It's not just about drinking and getting drunk but everything. Nothing about her is genuine in any shape or form. She is a fraud.

In a recent interview for Wonderland Magazine Emma admitted like she always has which has been one big lie that she's boring and doesn't like being the center of attention.  

So in her Wonderland magazine Emma says she shy, socially awkward and a introverted person. For some reason I don't believe her. There are certain things about her that leads me to believe she is not shy or the least bit introverted. The first part of this question asked her straight out as she ever wanted to go off the rails and get drunk and she talked about getting a tattoo but never fully answered that question. The follow up question which is split below in two parts was, "But you’re not as puritanical as that, Emma"

So let's look at some thing

1.) From wonderlandmagazine.com Feb 2014, "The truth is that I’m genuinely a shy, socially awkward, introverted person."

Posing half naked

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For years Emma has said she was shy.

From topcelebrityheadlines.com June 2011, "I’m shy." From zimbio.com May 2011, "It's really hard to have a love story for me. I'm a famous actress. And I'm shy." From digitalspy.com October 2010, "Actually, I'm quite shy. I've never liked attention." From iheartwatson.net June 2011 “I still feel shy, but I feel more like I can accept it.”

Her come hither looks which I limited for space reasons. There are many and I left out new ones from the Noah premiere. This is not a trait of shy and introverted people.



I doubt a truly shy and introverted people are going to say they'll strip to gain approval for anything.

From mtv.com November 2010 (NYC Deathly Hallows) When we caught up with Watson just before she ducked into the theater, we informed her that 90 percent of our viewers had given her wardrobe choice — a specially made Calvin Klein gown — an enthusiastic thumbs-up in an MTV News online poll "Awww, really? Wow, that's such a high percentage!" she exclaimed. "Wow, I aced it, obviously. That's great." While 90 percent is definitely a high number, what might she do in order to get the full 100 percent of viewers' approval? "I don't know, take it off?" she quipped.

Then there is her modeling which doesn't strike me as someone that is shy or introverted.



So shy and introverted she can tell a radio host some guy thinks she looks good naked

From nudography.com 2008 'Harry Potter' film actress Emma Watson has said she would do a nude scene in a future film or stage role if the script called for it. Watson got on the topic of getting naked on BBC's Live Five radio "I think it's wonderful that Daniel is willing to be so brave for his craft. It's a big risk doing something like this while being so internationally known, but he's a true professional". When asked if she would ever bare all for her art, Watson replied, "Yes, absolutely. I would do it if the script called for it. I guess I would be a little nervous, but I've been told I look good naked, so I guess I've got little to worry about". When Shaffer asked Watson who thinks she looks good naked, she playfully said, "Now, now! I won't say. But I trust his expert opinion."

Then there is her attention seeking along with her sultry poses and outfits she sometimes wears. Below is a series of photos from the Cannes for TBR. Everyone is walking up the steps arm and arm but Emma stops to grab the spotlight. Once she takes the arm of a cast mate she can't stop turning around smiling, giggling and waving. Once she gets to the top she hooting and hollering and then blows a series of kisses as her cast mates walk inside. This is not someone that is shy and introverted.



Claiming she wished she did more naughty things is yet another example of what a shy and introverted person would not say.

From harrypotterfan.net Nov 2010, "I wished I’d done more naughty things. Three months ago I cut my hair and at that moment I felt I became a woman. I’m ready to start taking risks. I feel less girlish than ever." ... cough ... cough...  From emma-watson.net September 2013 (GQ awards), “Given the perilousness in the journey from child star to adult, any award with ‘Woman’ in the title is frankly a relief!” <---- thought she, "I’ve never been in a terrible rush to be seen as a woman.”

Then there is the choices of some of her outfits. If you're shy and introverted you're not going to show some flesh and you're certainly not going to show some flesh on TV or at a strip club. The last thing you want to do is draw attention to yourself. You'd be more than happy to dress modestly. There are just a few and I limited them for space reason as well. I left out her recent plunging neckline outfit from the Noah premiere in Madrid and many others like her famed 2009 HBP premiere wardrobe malfunction outfit.

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From Elle magazine April 2011 iheartwatson.net, "Does having short hair make you dress differently? ’I think it’s made me bolder in my fashion choices. It’s allowed me to dress more sexily.’” cough ... cough... From omg.yahoo.com W magazine May 2013, “I’ve never wanted to grow up too fast: I wanted to wear a sports bra until I was 22! The allure of being sexy never really held any excitement for me. I’ve never been in a terrible rush to be seen as a woman.”

Never heard of a shy and introverted person want o dress more sexually because of a haircut.

Then there is her constant blowing of kisses which she does a lot of which all the classic pin ups like Marilyn Monroe ands other used to do. I guess it has nothing to do with shyness but introverted people are not going to go around blowing kisses at people or into the camera.

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Then there are moments like this. Who does this? Shy and introverted? I think not. This is begging for attention and just plain weird.

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Blowing kisses, posing, giving that sultry look and just enjoying all the attention is not the trait of a shy and introverted person.

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Now the only thing I believe her on is the socially awkward part.



Now to the second part of that quote

2.) "At a big party, I’m like Bambie in the headlights. It’s too much stimulation for me, which is why I end up going to the bathroom! I need time outs! You’ve seen me at parties, Derek. I get anxious. I’m terrible at small talk and I have a ridiculously short attention span."

I doubt this is true. She loves to be the center of attention on red carpets. She loves the attention. So why would parties be any different? At Coachella (bottom left photo) she was moshing at some points on stage.
 
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This video shows her dancing on stage but there is another I lost of a video shooting down from the stage over Emma's head and you can see she's in plain view of the thousands in attendance. When I find it I'll post it. Shy and introverted people that can't take all the stimulation like she says would not put themselves out there amongst strangers and onlookers. If so, what kind of shy and introverted person is that?

To see her drunk/leaving clubs and to read her contradicting quotes about drinking click these links below

Emma doesn't like to party
Emma never goes clubbing
Emma can drink like sailor
Emma lied about not drinking at Brown

So basically like so much I covered on this blog by exposing her BS this is yet another example

One more thing and it's a quote I've posted many times but she keeps on changing her tune

In this new interview I started this post off with she also said

From snitchseeker.com May 2014, "I was being offered roles that I didn’t feel were very complicated," she says. "Women that were a bit one-dimensional. Roles that required me to be one thing. Real women never are." So, rather than embrace mediocre work, she hid out in Providence, Rhode Island, emerging only for projects that would both stretch her muscles and challenge her public persona."

But yet she said something different during her time at Brown

From aceshowbiz.com  November 2010 She tells U.S. magazine Parade, "I get some amazing offers to act, and sometimes it's hard to say, 'No, I'm going to stay here and do my homework.' People are like, 'What do you mean she's not available?' This college experience is really important to me, and I won't give it up."

And yet it was not about roles at all two years ago. It was about her studying

From nytimes.com September 2012, Why hasn’t she done more films before now? “I think at first I didn’t because I was always either studying or filming, I didn’t have time to go off and do other films or other things to sort of show people that, Oh, she is not just Hermione, she is an actress and she can go and do these other parts and roles."

So which is the truth and which is the lie? 

So Sam in Perks and Nicki in TBR were complicated roles that she ended up leaving two Universities for? How about her small role in MWWM that took her a little over a week to film?




 

March 6, 2014

Emma Watson says J.K Rowling's quote about Hermione ending up with Harry was taken out of context and it was a joke

From mtv.com/news may 2014, "Watson also seemed somewhat pessimistic about the longevity of the popular pairing, sharing at the time, "I think there are fans out there who know that too and who wonder whether Ron would have really been able to make her happy." But Watson's tune may have changed just a bit, as the starlet took to the red carpet at tonight's Oscars (her first time attending the big show, if you can believe it) and told MTV's own Josh Horowitz, "It was a real shame, because the quote that she gave was completely taken out of context."

Emma change her tune? Noooooo way she would never do that!! =)~

MTV left out the part where she said it was just a joke

From ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com March 2014, "It was a real shame, because the quote that she gave was completely taken out of context, and if you read the whole interview it was completely not how it was framed but it was actually kind of a joke."

You know the funny part is? This is the Wonderland Magazine that Emma herself guest edited and Emma herself conducted the interview with J.K. Rowling. How could it be possibly taken out of context or even be considered a joke? There is nothing in the writing that suggests it's a joke. Maybe if the interview was conducted by video you could see their facial expressions that would tip you off that they were joking. This is typical Emma changing her tune but only because the HP fandom lost their shit over fictional characters. JK and Emma are back tracking now. I don't really care because to me it's a book made into a movie but this is Emma deceiving others as usual.

Actually I read the entire interview and what is being taken out of context and where is the punch line? Here is the part of the interview with JK about Hermione ending up with harry instead of Ron.

From ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com Feb 2014

Emma: I thought we should discuss Hermione... I'm sure you've heard this a million times but now that you have written the books, do you have a new perspective on how you relate to Hermione and the relationship you have with her or had with her?  JK: I know that Hermione is incredibly recognizable to a lot of readers and yet you don't see a lot of Hermione's in film or on TV except to be laughed at. I mean that the intense, clever, in some ways not terribly self-aware, girl is rarely the heroine and I really wanted her to be the heroine. She is part of me, although she is not wholly me. I think that is how I might have appeared to people when I was younger, but that is not really how I was inside. What I will say is that I wrote the Hermione/Ron relationship as a form of wish fulfillment. That's how it was conceived, really. For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione with Ron.

Emma: Ah. JK: I know, I'm sorry, I can hear the rage and fury it might cause some fans, but if I'm absolutely honest, distance has given me perspective on that. It was a choice I made for very personal reasons, not for reasons of credibility. Am I breaking people's hearts by saying this? I hope not.

Emma: I don't know. I think there are fans out there who know that too and who wonder whether Ron would have really been able to make her happy. JK: Yes exactly.

Emma: And vice versa. JK: It was a young relationship. I think the attraction itself is plausible but the combative side of it... I'm not sure you could have got over that in an adult relationship, there was too much fundamental incompatibility. I can't believe we are saying all of this – this is Potter heresy!

Emma: I know, it is heresy. JK: In some ways Hermione and Harry are a better fit and I'll tell you something very strange. When I wrote Hallows, I felt this quite strongly when I had Hermione and Harry together in the tent! I hadn't told [Steve] Kloves that and when he wrote the script he felt exactly the same thing at exactly the same point.

Emma: That is just so interesting because when I was doing the scene I said to David [Heyman]: "This isn't in the book, she didn't write this". I'm not sure I am comfortable insinuating something however subtle it is! JK: Yes, but David and Steve – they felt what I felt when writing it.

Emma: That is so strange. JK: And actually I liked that scene in the film, because it was articulating something I hadn't said but I had felt. I really liked it and I thought that it was right. I think you do feel the ghost of what could have been in that scene.

Emma: It's a really haunting scene. It's funny because it really divided people. Some people loved that scene and some people really didn't. JK: Yes, some people utterly hated it. But that is true of so many really good scenes in books and films; they evoke that strong positive/negative feeling. I was fine with it, I liked it.

Emma: I remember really loving shooting those scenes that don't have any dialogue, where you are just kind of trying to express a moment in time and a feeling without saying anything. It was just Dan and I spontaneously sort of trying to convey an idea and it was really fun. JK:  And you got it perfectly, you got perfectly the sort of mixture of awkwardness and genuine emotion, because it teeters on the edge of "what are we doing? Oh come on let's do it anyway", which I thought was just right for that time.

Emma: I think it was just the sense that in the moment they needed to be together and be kids and raise each other's morale. JK: That is just it, you are so right. All this says something very powerful about the character of Hermione as well. Hermione was the one that stuck with Harry all the way through that last installment, that very last part of the adventure. It wasn't Ron, which also says something very powerful about Ron. He was injured in a way, in his self-esteem, from the start of the series. He always knew he came second to fourth best, and then had to make friends with the hero of it all and that's a hell of a position to be in, eternally overshadowed. So Ron had to act out in that way at some point. But Hermione's always there for Harry. I remember you sent me a note after you read Hallows and before you started shooting, and said something about that, because it was Hermione's journey as much as Harry's at the end.

Emma: I completely agree and the fact that they were true equals and the fact that she really said goodbye to her family makes it her sacrifice too. JK: Yes, her sacrifice was massive, completely. A very calculated act of bravery. That is not an 'in the moment' act of bravery where emotion carries you through, that is a deliberate choice.

Emma: Exactly. I love Hermione. JK: I love her too. Oh, maybe she and Ron will be alright with a bit of counseling, you know. I wonder what happens at wizard marriage counseling? They'll probably be fine. He needs to work on his self-esteem issues and she needs to work on being a little less critical.

Emma: I think it makes sense to me that Ron would make friends with the most famous wizard in the school because I think life presents to you over and over again your biggest and most painful fear – until you conquer it. It just keeps coming up. JK: That is so true, it has happened in my own life. The issue keeps coming up because you are drawn to it and you are putting yourself in front of it all the time. At a certain point you have to choose what to do about it and sometimes conquering it is choosing to say: I don't want that anymore, I'm going to stop walking up to you because there is nothing there for me. But yes, you're so right, that's very insightful! Ron's used to playing second fiddle. I think that's a comfortable role for him, but at a certain point he has to be his own man, doesn't he?

Emma: Yes and until he does it is unresolved. It is unfinished business. So maybe life presented this to him enough times until he had to make a choice and become the man that Hermione needs. JK: Just like her creator, she has a real weakness for a funny man. These uptight girls, they do like them funny.

Emma: They do like them funny, they need them funny. JK: It's such a relief from being so intense yourself – you need someone who takes life, or appears to take life, a little more light heartedly.



^This post made Ron cry, lol

I really don't care who ended up with who because it's a movie. I lost no sleep over it or thought about it much until I read the quote of Emma changing her tune as MTV pointed out.

I will say this. In the Half Blood Prince when Ron was in the Hospital after mistakenly consuming a love potion meant for Harry there was an exchange between Hermione and Lavender Brown where Hermione said, "I've always found him interesting" meaning Ron. There was also that scene in DH2 where Hermione said she couldn't destroy the horocrux and it took Ron to coach her up to do it. There was that scene after that where they were looking for Harry using the marauders map and Ron remembered what Hermione told him about the room of requirement not being on the map and she was surprised he remembered. Then there was the Order of the Phoenix when Ron tricked Malfoy and the rest of them (with a spell of which I forget) and they got away while Hermione and Harry lead Umbridge into the Forrest. When Hermione came back she was impressed by him. I think Ron and Hermione would be just fine if they were real. They actually compliment each other by being total opposites. I'm sure true Potter fans have better examples for Ron and Hermione.

Btw Emma was about Ron and Hermione for years and years. I'd post the quotes but I think true Potter fans know this to be true so there would be no argument there. It's something me and Emma fans probably agree on. I think hell just froze over.

As for what Emma said about Ron making Hermione happy and stuff. In my opinion she's purely speaking from her own taste in men since she goes for the Viktor Krum's (Matt Janney/Tom Ducker) and Cormac McLaggen's (Will Adamowicz/Jay Barrymore). Emma is more of  mix of Sam (Perks) and Nicki (TBR) than she was ever Hermione. Emma would never date a Ron Weasley in real life. It's beneath her and there would be a reality gap between them since Emma lives in her own head and is out of touch with normal people.

So really that statement is a full on Emmione moment where she's doing her thinking for a fictional character that is totally different from "the real Emma Watson". I've said this numerous times. If Hermione were real she would not think too kindly of Emma.

Shy and introverted post is coming one of these days. I keep on saying that but it is. I put this post together in 15 minutes. I've been working on the other one for two weeks on and off by procrastinating with it mostly. It's not that complicated I'm just being lazy getting all the photos and quotes together I need.

And while were on this shipping business

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She supposedly interviewed JGL in Wonderland Magazine but it was not formatted like her other Interviews where she talked just as much as the person she was interviewing so this leads to believe she actually didn’t interview JGL. It was a straight Q&A without it reading like a conversation between two people in the same room like the others. And JGL has done Wonderland a few times in the past so I don’t think this was Emma’s request. Then they presented together at the Oscars. Coincidence or more Hollywood smoke and mirrors? Fans are shipping (weirdo movement) these two and it was all for show. Ok I’m going to join this weirdo movement of shipping! JGL and Dan forever!!


 

February 25, 2014

Emma Watson finally comes clean about Hermione Granger

This has to be added to my blog. I missed this because I quit doing this blog at the time of these two quotes from adelaidenow.com. The last Hermione post I did was 6/10/12.

From the very beginning of this blog I said Emma used the personality and character of Hermione to create her public image. She has constantly been confused with that character. I also said it seems like she mind fucked herself because of all the contradicting quotes of  'I'm just like Hermione' to trying to separate herself from Hermione and then saying how she has to figures out who she is because she was someone else for ten years. I did six disorganized and repetitive posts on this that have many quotes. Yeah sorry about that, lol. She's a repetitive interviewer so that's the only other excuse I have. 

From adelaidenow.com Nov 2012, "Watson has been a famous person for 13 of her 22 years. Her tearful manner reveals she is not hardened to the realities of it. "I started off at the beginning of the [Harry Potter] series adamantly protecting my own sense of self and my identity as Emma," she says. The book has now been placed, cover down, in the space between us. "I was this nine-year-old who would be sat in these interviews going, 'No, I'm not anything like her, I'm different because of this and this and this - at nine." She sighs. "People would say, 'You are really Hermione, aren't you?' and it went on and on till it got to a point where I said, fine. It's easier for me to say we're one person because that keeps everyone happy. I'll go with that." ... but then ... From dailyrecord.co.uk June 2011. Emma reflects on the end of an era, how much does she feel she has in common with Hermione, a bookworm who has become something of an action girl? Emma said: "I probably started out more like her and got less like her."  ... of course a different take where she started off more like Hermione but this is no surprise she does this all the time.

First let me say, "I TOLD YOU SO!" Second you need to click the link to this first post and read this interview. It's like hearing nails on a chalkboard to me. There's so much BS in it and then there is her whining which is annoying. So.... here she is trying to make it seem like she was this innocent little nine year old of which is pure bullshit. Yeah she was innocent at nine and much more honest and of course likable but twenty-three year old Emma is not. She was still "adamant" by the second film and did not realize the impact of using Hermione for her public image until she was older.

From iheartwatson.net Nov 2010 (from emmawatson.com) "This was my second film and by now Leavesden Studios and the people there had become like a second family. I remember being adamant that I wasn’t like Hermione with her tweed skirts and bushy hair. But, as I grew older I realised she was the greatest role model a girl could have." ... and ...  From iheartwatson.net BBC May 2006, "It feels sometimes I don’t really have to act anymore, as I’m so close to her and know her so well. And there’s so much of me in her, and her in me that, it feels I’m barely doing anything sometimes. So, I think it’s been wonderful and I’m very fond of Hermione’s character and I think that she’s turned into someone that a lot of people can identify with and I think she’s a great role model."

Emma did not really start to compare herself to Hermione until after the third film. She realized something. Somewhere around GOF promotion she inherited Hermione's love of school when before she said she didn't like it or was obsessed with books like Hermione. She made the decision to be disingenuous about it in her middle teens. That's a far cry from being a nine year old child. Why? Because what she said with Hermione being a role model. She used that to gain appeal and it created her current public image. When HP started to near the end she started to distance herself a bit but not fully since she often went back to "I'm just like Hermione".

From iheartwatson.net July 2009, "That’s one of the strangest things. I’m sort of — well, not public property, maybe, but there’s no sort of social barrier. The fans are quite forthcoming actually! They all feel they know me. But I’m not Hermione. For one thing, I’m not very good at math at all." ... probably because you kept on saying you were just like Hermione so therefore that's why then and still to this day they think you're just like Hermione. From justjaredjr.buzznet.com November 2010 (Marie Claire Mag), "Playing Hermione just came so naturally; I had a real affinity for her. I felt like I knew exactly who she was. Like me, she’s very loyal and determined, she’s very intelligent, and she has a lot of guy friends, as I do. Her eagerness to please and to have the right answer is definitely like me. I’m a perfectionist, so my bossiness definitely comes out."

This is telling

From adelaidenow.com Nov 2012, "To go from obscurity to being one of the most famous girls on the planet, earning millions of dollars - an entire childhood spent oscillating between a film set and a classroom - an identity crisis was inevitable. "That's why I'm crying. I don't know how to juggle this leap: from a safe character I played, and a safe persona I had, to promoting this new character in Perks."
 
Why is she crying? Ever notice these types of fan fiction interviews she gets so emotional? She either gets really mad or she's crying and she's always the victim of some first world privilege problem. She was afraid of losing a good portion of her fan base because she can no longer use Hermione as a crutch or a reference to her personality. She has to take on other roles and rely on being Emma the actress and not Hermione Watson or Emma Granger. Yet her next film was The Bling Ring playing naughty Nicki. Way more worse than Sam which was not that bad.


In June on 2012 she said this interesting little quote of which I don't believe a critic had this discussion with a nine year old Emma. I think possibly this is where the idea came from. A film critic gave her the bright idea to use Hermione a fictional character to her advantage.

From facebook.com/emmawatson June 2012, "A film critic also once told me that acting was unlike any other in the entertainment industry – an actor's job is to tell other people’s stories; to suspend an audiences disbelief and make them believe you are who you are portraying" ... and she basically admits to it ... From iheartwatson.net (Io Donna: March 2011) "I do not think I "ought" to be a model of reference for my fame. But I want to do something good by using my public image and reputation." of which is Emma being just like Hermione.

Like I said it mind fucked her because she was living a lie (the first quote is from same interview I started this post off with)

From adelaidenow.com Nov 2012, "I felt like I was schizophrenic, living two completely different parallel lives. And that messes with you. I wanted to start fresh - but you can't - I can't divorce the side of me that is an actress and a public person, right? I have to accept that all the sides of me are part of me and I have to find a way to bring them together a bit. I tried to keep them separate but it's too much of a head-f ... " ... Yes she tried ... From express.co.uk 2007, "There is Hermione. There is Emma. There is a private life and a professional life. I never mix them." ... but then in that same year she admits to mixing them ... From telegraph.co.uk  2007 "In many ways, it's hard to separate her from Hermione Granger. 'Yes, it is, isn't it?' she says all in a rush. 'Sometimes even I get muddled which one I am, because I know Hermione so very well" .... but then ... From facebook.com/emmawatson August 2012, "I always had quite a strong sense of who I am, but it's nice coming through this and feeling like I still managed to maintain my own sense of identity away from something that potentially could have overwhelmed." ... she's something else, lol (rolls eyes).... From musicrooms.net June 2011, "It's very weird. I have to kind of like switch heads. Sometimes I manage it seamlessly, and other times I feel rather all over the place,” she told USA Today. “I explained to a friend that sometimes I feel a bit schizophrenic, like I have a split personality. "

More examples where it leaves no doubt

From collider.com Nov 2010 , "Parts of my personality have slipped into Hermione and parts of her personality. I’m sure have like unconsciously affected me. I’m sure. I’m positive." ... and ... From huffingtonpost.com Nov 20th 2010 Watson acknowledged there has been some "cross-pollination" between herself and Hermione and says she will miss playing the role tremendously — but it's time to enter a new stage. "I think for now I need to, for my own peace of mind, need to say, 'OK, this is over, you need to move on,'" she said, "For my own sanity I need to hang up on her." She went onto to say, "I wish I knew myself as well as I knew Hermione, because I feel as if like I know that character like the back of my hand." ... and ...  From thisislondon.co.uk July 7th, 2011, "There is something existentially weird about seeing her own image everywhere, on billboards, pencil cases, Lego sets. "I have to bear in mind that it's not me, it's my character. It looks like me; but it's not me. It's Hermione." She repeats it softly, like a spell. "It's Hermione, Hermione." Hermione." ... and ... From ontheredcarpet.com July 2011, "I have spent more of my life being someone else than I have being myself," the actress told the UK Newspaper The Daily Mirror in an interview at the premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2."

Then there is this

From dailymail.co.uk October 10th 2011, "We had a bit of a thing a while back,"  Made In Chelsea's Francis Boulle the 22-year-old reveals to this week's Heat magazine "She’s a very different person to who she is in the media. That’s what I liked about her – she’s very interesting.' ... and ... From rupertgrintpress.com April 2006, " Jo: And if I can just throw a load of names at you and you give me a word each, to describe various characters that you work with. So first of all, we’ll start with Daniel. Harry Potter. James, one word…James: How about two words? Music lover.Jo: Okay, Rupert? You don’t have to be so nice. Rupert: Hyperactive. Jo: Yeah okay that figures, having met him. Rupert: He’s really funny actually. Jo: Okay, Gary Oldman, who plays Sirius…Rupert? Rupert: One word…cool. Jo: Okay, Robbie Coltrane… James: Sound. Rupert: Robbie, he’s hilarious, he’s really funny Oliver: I’ll have to say tall then, change it a bit. Jo: Okay, Hermione…Emma Watson… Oliver: Different, in a sense. Different to her character, totally. (Thanks to emma-what-son for this last one)

But yet through all that she still held onto being just like Hermione one last time

From vogue.com June 2011, "Her words could just as well apply to what is happening around us. The increasingly febrile atmosphere is, frankly, terrifying as word filters through that Hermione Granger, Emma’s alter ego (who will make her final appearance in this month’s Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2), is in the building. As Hermione’s perpetual adolescence has given way to Emma’s young womanhood, the fashion world has taken notice. Having played the same character for ten years, Emma could not help falling prey to self-doubt. "Hermione is so close to who I am as a person that I’ve never really had to research a role," she says. I’m literally rediscovering what it means to be an actress."

The vogue quote was the last time she compared herself to Hermione. After that she began separating herself with that DH2 premiere quote from the daily Mirror. She eventually went on to calling Hermione like a sister and started referencing her as a role instead of being just like her. Last time she spoke about Hermione was her interview with J.K. Rowling for wonderland Magazine where she said she loved her and then said she didn't think Ron could make Hermione happy. She was speaking as Emmione there. As fictional Hermione said about Ron in HBP, "I've always found him interesting." I think Ron and Hermione would be ok. Besides, Emma likes the Victor Crumbs and Cormac McLaggen's in the first place.

These last ones ... lol

From dailymail.co.uk June 2013, "Hermione really started off as quite an eccentric girl, and the bits I really enjoyed were when she was unaware of herself. She had that hilarious lack of perspective" ... and ...  From kidzworld.com June 2013, "Speaking from my character’s perspective, Nicki is homeschooled, her sister’s her best friend. She has this very insular existence. I feel that she’s not really in touch with reality." ... and ... From entertainmentwise.com May 2013, "I'm just going, 'Any moment, someone's going to find out I'm a total fraud and that I don't deserve any of what I've achieved'." ... and ...  From iheart-emwatson.tumblr.com, "I try to be myself and make choices that I believe in- and if people think that’s worth looking up to, then that’s very flattering. But first and foremost, I have to be true to myself or it’s not authentic." ... and ... From guestofaguest.com March 2010 "Emma watson took a break from being a normal college student at Brown and filming her final scenes as Hermione Granger to support her fellow Brits last night at Pulino's. "You have to be authentic and true to yourself," she offered to the crowd of emerging British designers." ... and ... From emma-watson.net, July 2011, "In terms of a role model, 'the cleanest way to live as a human and artist to be true to yourself' was said to me by someone important to me."

^The Irony in these last quotes because lack of perspective, not in touch with reality, total fraud and not being authentic describes Emma perfectly.

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Emma is supposed to be very smart, right? Or is that because she played Hermione? I think the latter is true but I don't think she's stupid. I think her intelligence is over hyped due to playing book worm know it all Hermione. Anyway if she's as smart and strong minded as people think she is and how she claims to be, then why would she let something like playing a character mind fuck her in this way? Dan and Rupert did not have this problem because, well, they were not going around saying, "I'm just like Harry" and "I'm just like Ron". They understood it was just a role. Unlike Emma who somehow got swept up in her own character. Maybe because she told so many lies about being just like Hermione she started to believe them? "I tried to keep them separate but it's too much of a head-f ..." Seems like that's a good possibility.

Basically her entire image and role model status is based off a fictional character because you can't go off what she says due to fact she does not adhere to it. What would be left? She's pretty? If so, that's really shallow and sort of sexist because your looks should not make you a role model.

This should be the last Hermione post because she finally came clean unless she starts talking about her again where she's doing more of her famed contradictions. With that being said and realized this might not be the last one, lol.

Check this one out because it goes with this post: Emma at it again (my first post when I came back)

February 18, 2014

Emma Watson complains about "Noah" director Darren Aronofsky & water bottles

From celebitchy.com Feb 2014

Emma Watson covers & guest-edits the February/March issue of Wonderland. While I’m not crazy about the editorial overall, I do like the cover and I do like that Emma is changing it up with her editorials. Her long hair looks great too. She looks very “English rose” in the cover shot. Anyway, I keep forgetting that Emma had a role in that epic Noah film, which hasn’t come out yet. Noah was directed by Darren Aronofsky, and stars Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly. The film’s production was reportedly something of a disaster – a bloated budget, lots of delays and weather issues and no one is convinced that the film will end up being worth all of the problems. In her Wonderland interview, Emma complains about Aronofsky and the situation with water on set:

"Harry Potter star Emma Watson fell ill on the set of Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic Noah after the director refused to allow bottled water on set, it has been revealed. Watson, who plays Noah’s adopted daughter Ila in the big budget fantasy, said the Black Swan director banned plastic bottles in an effort to echo the film’s environmental concerns. But with some shoots taking place from 4am, the actor often found herself “tired and delirious” on set and in need of rehydration. On one occasion Watson was so thirsty that she accidentally drank a mug of stagnant water. “Because of the storm, Douglas [Booth] and I ended up shooting most of our scenes between 4am and 7am – and at that time I never function well,” Watson told Wonderland magazine. “Because the film has a pro-environment message, Darren didn’t want anyone drinking from plastic water bottles on set either. So that made things slightly harder. Everything we used had to be recycled or recyclable. Having no water bottles on set at five in the morning, when you’re exhausted and delirious, wasn’t ideal. I was so tired one morning I picked up a mug from my trailer and drank some stagnant water that had been there for the duration – so three months. I was so ill.” The actor was then shocked when the Black Swan film-maker told her to “use” her illness in a scene. I came in the next day and was like: ‘Darren, I don’t think I can do this, I’m really sick,’” she said. “He was like: ‘Use it for the scene.’ And I turned round to the bus and was like: ‘Is he joking? He is joking right?’ and there was deadly silence.”

Watson pointed out that even veteran British hard-man actor Ray Winstone, who plays Noah’s nemesis Tubal-Cain, struggled with the filming conditions. “We started filming in the summer in New York. It was so hot that Ray Winstone at one point, who wore a beard and heavy make-up, nearly fell down a flight of stairs,” she said. “His make-up was literally melting off his face.” Watson’s revelations are just the latest controversies to hit Noah. The $130m film has been plagued by reports that executives at studio Paramount cut up to six alternative versions following negative reactions from test screenings for US religious audiences. Aronofsky said last week that he had won a torrid battle to ensure his own cut is one filmgoers will see in cinemas."

I use a plastic water bottle nearly every day. But here’s the thing – I just use one and refill constantly with filtered water, for weeks at a time. I have questions as to why – if Aronofsky really did ban plastic water bottles on-set – why wasn’t there a water filter in every trailer? And why was one glass of water just sitting in Emma’s trailer for three months with no one throwing it out or cleaning the glass or something? Now, all of that being said, I’ve heard that Aronofsky can be a major task-master and some actors really don’t like his directing style at all. - By Kaiser    

I loved this next one so much that I slow clapped and then gave it a thunderous applause

From celebdirtylaundry.com Feb 2014

So, basically, since the director of the film took an environmental stance and banned bottled water and because tap water is beneath her, Emma Watson refused to hydrate herself. That’s how I am reading this. I suppose it was unfathomable to scurry to the nearest dollar store, buy a Rubbermaid reusable container, and fill it at the nearest faucet. Am I the only one who is shocked at the stupidity and entitlement of this interview? I used to really like Emma Watson; I always got the idea that she was just as smart as Hermione. (echee: thank her PR team for that one)

She seemed grounded and intelligent and, let’s face it, she wasn’t running around Hollywood mounting anything with a twig and berries. She sounds extremely unprofessional and amateurish in this interview. Did she expect Darren to halt shooting because she was sick from a lack of designer water? Nowhere in the interview does it say that water was banned — just water in plastic bottles. Were there no water fountains or taps? All of these productions have craft tables. Does she mean to convince us that there was every snack known to man, including Skittles probably separated by color…but no water?

It also doesn’t seem that shocking that Darren would expect his actors to work through an illness. I’m sure all the greats had times when they weren’t feeling their best and it probably enriched their performance. That’s how you get those accolades, sweetheart. It must have been torture to play make believe and be forced to drink the water of commoners. Movie directors are so MEAN. Next they’ll expect actors to brush their teeth before kissing scenes!

What do you guys think of this Emma Watson diva moment? Is Emma being a brat? Sound off in the comments section below. - by oldsoul

 

You would think Emma would appreciate what Darren Aronofsky was doing since she's claimed time and time again how important the environment is. How about all her preaching about fair trade and organic clothing of which I wont post the plethora of quotes or the fact she never wore any of it? How about her quotes on the environment and taking care of the world that sadly I never saved? I doubt she actually said those things because it sounds too intelligent and lacks the word 'like' that she loves using a lot. See above in that quote. How about what she said in 2009: From iheartwatson.net OneIndia.com : April 2009, “I cannot not be green. My car is electric, I recycle, I take public transportation, I try not to buy and drink bottled water. I’m not perfect, but it’s something I feel strongly about.” I guess she "changed her mind" as her fans love to point out or more like make excuses when I show her being a hypocrite and contradicting herself.

Some of my favorite comments from people responding to this article at celebitchy:

February 18, 2014 at 2:38 pm McGraw says: Idk what she’s talking about. I worked on the stunt unit for this set in Long Island. We had water. At the (awesome) crafty table and catering tent there were water coolers where we filled sports bottles production gave us or recyclable cups if we lost track of our bottles. It was a waste-conscious set, which was refreshing because movie sets are SO SO wasteful in every way, from leaving engines on for over 12 hrs to food and plastic waste. She’s a brat. A pretty brat.