Emma recently led an issue in Porter magazine titled “Incredible Women,” which celebrates one hundred incredible women who have made an impact in 2015. In this issue, Emma discusses her conflicted sense of self as a child and how being pulled into the spotlight impacted her personality.
Byline: Gauri Pandit
Emma Watson, proud feminist, UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, and the closest we have to a real-life Hermione Granger, just started her own book club. Moreover, being the wonderful fan-inclusive celebrity she is, she’s made sure that you can be a part of it! Yesterday, January 7, Emma took to social media to announce that she wanted to start a feminist book club and requested that her fans help her with title suggestions for the club.
To add to his eclecticism, Matt, along with comedians Tom Parry and Clint Edwards, joined Tom Price two nights ago on BBC Radio Wales’s “The Leak” to review the current affairs from Wales and beyond. Matt was his charming self, delivering a genuinely interesting podcast. This led to the catchy hashtag #Neville4NewsNight and to us thinking that maybe Matt Lewis would host a great late night radio show and perhaps even has a few more undiscovered tricks up his sleeve. To get you up to speed, allow us to demonstrate why Matt having his own show would make absolute sense.
In a recent interview with “Herald Scotland”, Natalia Tena discusses what it’s like being a part of two of the biggest fantasy franchises of the generation and her performance at King Tut in Glasgow with her band Molotov Jukebox. Read more about the interview here!
Emma Watson will be leading the “Incredible Women” issue of “Porter Magazine” that celebrates one hundred incredible women who have made an impact in 2015. Take a look at the cover featuring Emma here!
As we reported earlier, Matthew Lewis, our beloved Neville Longbottom, will be starring in the film adaptation of Jojo Moyes’s 2012 novel, “Me Before You”. The film was initially scheduled to be released on June 3, but the date has been moved up to March 4. Read more about the film here!
At a screening of the film hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in New York, Redmayne spoke about how his research for the film involved meeting with transgender women to truly understand their experiences. Read more here!
As the release date for Rupert Grint’s British comedy “Moonwalkers” approaches, we learn more about the film. As of November 4, we have exciting new stills, a promo shot of Rupert, and a clip from the film.
At the opening of the Into Film Festival this afternoon, over 10,000 people in the UK saw a rare and inspiring exchange between Emma Watson and Malala Yousafzai, as they discussed several pressing topics such as education, equality, and feminism.