Birthday Emma Watson
• Birthday Emma Watson
April 15, star of the Harry Potter franchise turns 26 years old. Gain popularity after the release of the first film about a boy who survived, Emma Watson recently tries to get away from the image of Hermione Granger and taken for more serious roles. Recently, the actress said that he was taking a break from the annual survey and wants to devote himself to the fight for women's rights. Today we bring you the best as an actress and interesting facts from her biography.
I was born in Paris in the family of Jacqueline Luesby and Chris Watson, English lawyers. His name was in honor of Emma paternal grandmother. At 5 years old he moved with his family from Paris to England, in the county of Oxfordshire. Her parents split up, and Emma went to live with his mother and younger brother Alex. She studied at the primary school in Oxford Dragon. At school, she starred in productions of "The Youth of Arthur," "The Happy Prince" and the role of the evil cook in "Alice in Wonderland". In seven years, he won first place in the school competition of reciters.
In 1999, he started the selection of the main roles in the movie "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone", adaptation of the eponymous best-selling British author JK Rowling. The main thing for the filmmakers was the choice of actors for the role of Harry Potter and his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley. Emma went to the selection on the advice of her high school teacher of theatrical skill. The film's producers were surprised by the confidence the girls. After eight auditions Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint have reported that they have been approved on the role of Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and Ron Weasley respectively. Rowling herself has supported this choice.
Emma's debut as Hermione took place in 2001, when the screens came the first part of the saga of Harry Potter. The film broke all records at the box office and in the same year was named the most successful in terms of commercial rental. Critics have responded very complimentary about the trio of young actors. The Daily Telegraph called the game Emma's "remarkable", and according to IGN she "stole the show". Emma Watson was honored with five nominations for this role and won the Young Artist Award in the category "Best Young Actress".
In 2002 saw the release of "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." Although the film has caused mixed reviews from critics (claims, mainly expressed in respect of direction), in general it can be called a success. Los Angeles Times noted that the actors have grown up in a break between films, while The Times criticized the director for the fact that he "abused" the popular image of Emma Watson. Emma won the award for this role, Otto Award from the German newspaper Die Welt.
The release of the film "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" was held in 2004. According to many in the film Emma played a more mature and professional. Emma about Hermione Granger: "I like to play Hermione, she's very charismatic. This is a fantastic role, especially in the third film. " According to The Washington Post, the game Emma in this film was a "much more prominent on the humor and spirit", rather than the game Daniel Radcliffe. The New York Times wrote: "Fortunately, lethargy Daniel Radcliffe Emma Watson recovered unrestrained. Harry may show off his growing magical powers ... Hermione ... earn the loudest applause of his decidedly non-magical blow to the nose of Draco Malfoy. " Nevertheless, the film became the most unfortunate of all from the point of view of commercial rental. Emma received for his role in this film two awards Otto Awards and the award for "Best Children's role of the Year" from Total Film.
With the success came on the screens of the fourth Harry Potter movie, "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" in 2005. He broke records at the box office in the first weekend in England and the United States. Critics noted the professional growth of the actress. Manola Dardzhis in the New York Times called the game Emma "touchingly serious." The most ridiculous, according to Emma, was to portray the conflict between matured Ron, Harry and Hermione: "I loved all the arguing ... I think it's much more realistic that they would argue and that they will have problems."
Work Emma Watson Hermione over the role in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" was awarded three nominations at various film awards, is also an actress was awarded the Bronze Award Otto Award. In the same year, Emma became the youngest girl to appear on the cover of Teen Vogue magazine.
The fifth Harry Potter film ( "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix"), which was released in 2007, was a resounding financial success. In the box he had collected around the world 938 million dollars. Emma won the National Movie Award in the category "Best Actress". Trinity has become so well-known that each of them was honored leave imprints of their hands and feet on the famous avenue of the stars in front of the Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, July 9, 2007.
The first role of Emma beyond Harry Potter was in 2007 in the movie "Ballet Shoes". In this film adaptation of the eponymous novel by Noel Streatfield Emma played aspiring actress Pauline Fossil, the eldest of three sisters around whom the story is based. On this role, Emma said:
"After the shooting in the" Order of the Phoenix "I was going to go back to school, but she could not give up the" ballet shoes ". I really love this product. "
Directed by Sandra Goldbaher picture: "Emma was perfect for this role ... the penetration of thin actress aura makes the audience to watch her every movement." The film was shown December 26, 2007 in the United Kingdom on the BBC, but with little success, he has not won.
The shooting of the sixth Harry Potter movie, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" started in 2007. The premiere took place in July 2009, having moved from November 2008. The Washington Post called her performance as Emma in this part of "the most beautiful today." Watson was awarded four nominations in different film awards in the categories of "Best Actress in a fantasy" and "Best Actress", but did not win any of them. After the release of the sixth part of the film's release there were rumors that Emma wants to leave the project and do not appear in the last two Harry Potter films. Despite this, the young actress has signed a contract with Warner Bros company undertakes to take part in the filming. According to Emma, it's her decision was very difficult, because in fact it is completely dependent on the life of a girl shooting for the next three years, but after much deliberation "pros were more than minuses."
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I
In 2009, Emma was admitted to Brown University. In March 2011, after 18 months of training at the university, Watson expressed a desire "to postpone their studies for a semester or two," to focus on participation in the advertising campaign, the second part of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" and other projects.
Shooting the final part of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" began in February 2009 and ended in June 2010. During the final part of the film, Emma won three Teen Choice Awards Award.
A biopic "7 days and nights with Marilyn," in which Emma played a small role of assistant Lucy. On the set, she stayed for several days.
In September 2012 came the film "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," in which Emma played the role of Sam the main character.
In 2013, Emma starred as an ambitious thief Nikki in the film Sofia Coppola's "elite society".
Emma Watson said that in preparation for her role, she looked "a ton of reality show", including "Hollywood Hills" (2006-2010) and "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" (2007). In addition, she was listening to the album Britney Spears "Femme Fatale", to better feel the mood of her character.
End of the World 2013: Apocalypse in Hollywood (2013) ... Herself
The role played by Emma Watson, was originally written for Mila Kunis.
Noah (2014) ... Ila
Saoirse Ronan, Bella Heathcote and Dakota Fanning were considered for the role of Elah. Despite the fact that Heathcote made a strong impression while listening to the director originally seen in this role, Dakota Fanning, but she was forced to leave the project because of inconsistency shooting schedules. The role eventually went to Emma Watson.
Colonia Dignidad (2015) ... Lena
In September 2014, Emma Watson visited "Villa Bavaria". Reporters at first thought that she had come there on vacation. The fact that the actress is preparing for the role, it turned out.
Among the reasons, awaken interest in Emma Watson filming this movie was and is as follows: where a woman saves her husband, whereas normally in the cinema men rescued women.
Eclipse (2015) ... Angela Gray
The first day of shooting (15 April) coincided with the birthday of Emma Watson, who wrote in the "Twitter" that shooting in this film are the best gift for her.