Per new tradition anytime Hollywood produces stories about women, we must contend with the question: Is it feminist? Yes, said Emma Watson, before Disney’s live-action “Beauty and the Beast” debuted in March. Yes, said Elisabeth Moss,...Show More Summary
Even if you love the original animated film, you have to admit that there are some visually astounding parts of the new Beauty and the Beast - beginning with that glorious ball! There are a handful of dancing scenes in the live-action film, and no one was more excited to shoot them than star Emma Watson. Show More Summary
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This week in Potter news, Emma Watson won the first gender-neutral MTV Award, and Lionel Wigram spoke about the possibility of a Cursed Child movie. J.K. Rowling has been honoured with an award, and we bring updates from the latest projects of Evanna Lynch, David Thewlis, Brendan Gleeson, Bill Nighy, Fiona Shaw and Jason Isaacs to keep you...read more!
"Beauty and the Beast" just keeps swimming at the box office, and it just swam past the PG-rated record set by "Finding Dory." So far, Emma Watson's Disney darling has made $488 million at the domestic box office, and $1.19 billion worldwide. Show More Summary
Beauty and the Beast has officially become the highest grossing PG film of all time. Bill Condon‘s live-action adaptation starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens broke the record this weekend, passing Pixar’s Finding Dory, which previously held the record at $486.3 million domestically and $1.029 billion worldwide. Show More Summary
We got a lot more from the MTV Movie and TV Awards than a new Wonder Woman trailer and Emma Watson taking down the first gender-neutral acting award. Sunday’s event also saw the airing of the second trailer for Stephen King’s It, just a month after the first one crawled out of the Derry sewers. Show More Summary
For this year’s MTV Awards, the gender specific acting awards were eliminated in favor of new gender-neutral Best Actor in a Movie and Best Actor in a TV Show awards. Emma Watson was honored to win the Best Actor in a Movie Award for her performance as Belle in Beauty and the Beast. For Watson, a...read more!
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THEY TOLD ME IF TRUMP WERE ELECTED WE’D SEE OPEN RACISM, SEXISM, AND AGEISM. AND THEY WERE RIGHT! Emma Watson takes first major gender-neutral movie award: ‘Antidote to all the vile old white men.’
That’s right, MTV beat the Academy to it
Image Source: Getty / Jeff Kravitz At Sunday night's MTV Movie and TV Awards, Emma Watson made history. The actress earned the first ever genderless acting award for her portrayal of Belle in Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast. Show More Summary
MTV has made big changes to their annual awards show over the years! What used to be the MTV Movie Awards now encompasses movie and television, and this year they made history by combining the best actor and actress categories into one. Show More Summary
When Emma Watson accepted her MTV award for Best Actor in a Movie on Sunday, she applauded the network for its recent shift to gender-neutral award categories. “To me, it indicates that acting is about the ability to put yourself in someone else’s shoes, and that doesn’t need to be separated into two different categories” Watson said. Show More Summary
The biggest movie of the year (so far) got a new take at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards on Sunday. With Emma Watson looking on, three "Pitch Perfect 2" stars re-imagined the "Beauty and the Beast" ball to open the show. Host Adam DeVine...Show More Summary
Asia Kate Dillon said it was a 'victory' to present an acting award 'free of any gender distinctions.'
Emma Watson took home the historic first gender neutral acting award for her role in Beauty and the Beast.
Well, it certainly worked out well for her... unless she's a him now. Sorry. I can never keep track The post Emma Watson receives tribute for being genderless or something appeared first on Hot Air.
The 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards took a definitive stand for inclusion, awarding Emma Watson the first gender-neutral acting prize in award show history. [ more › ]
"To me, it indicates that acting is about the ability to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. And that doesn’t need to be separated into two different categories."