Today, rumours of a Cursed Child film trilogy starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson circulated the press (and then crushed by J.K. Rowling) after reports of conversations between Warner Bros. and the original cast.Show More Summary
Emma Watson has finally explains why she turned down Cinderella to star in Beauty and the Beast, according to Slash Film. The 26-year-old Harry Potter actress explains why she passed on the role of Cinderella in 2015’s Kenneth Branagh’s live-action adaptation of Disney’s animated classic. Show More Summary
As the March release of Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast draws nearer, the company has been speeding up their output of promotional posters, trailers, and TV spots. From interviews with the cast to new posters and music clips, the movie’s release date is becoming more and more anticipated. Show More Summary
Emma Watson, the intelligent and studious Hermione Granger, was originally approached by Kenneth Branagh, director of the 2015 remake of Cinderella (who fans may also recognize as Gilderoy Lockhart from the Harry Potter films), to star as Cinderella. Watson declined the role, however, believing that Cinderella wasn’t a good fit for her and Lily James...read more!
LONDON — You've probably never heard of Fanny Cornforth. But, one group of women is campaigning to ensure she gets the recognition she deserves. SEE ALSO: J.K. Rowling, Emma Watson want a very important statue erected in London Emily...Show More Summary
Beauty & The Beast just revealed a brand new poster for the highly anticipated film and it’s so detailed! The new triptych poster features Emma Watson‘s Belle dancing with the Beast in the center, surrounded by two other scenes from the film. The left side of the poster features characters from Belle’s village including her [...]
We already know “La La Land” almost starred Emma Watson instead of Emma Stone, but according to Ellen DeGeneres, there was another potential leading lady in the running: Ellen DeGeneres. The comedian and talk show host shared some “behind-the-scenes”...Show More Summary
We know that Beauty and the Beast wasn't the first live-action Disney film Emma Watson was offered, having also been offered the chance to play Cinderella in the film that ultimately starred Lily James. What we didn't really know, however, was what prompted Watson to turn down Cinderella while saying yes to Belle. Show More Summary
She really is a funny girl. Emma Watson has a lot of respect for her Beauty and the Beast character, but that doesn't mean she feels the same way about ALL the Disney princesses! In a new interview, the actress — who will be playing Belle in the upcoming remake — revealed she passed on playing Cinderella [...]
Cinderella can keep her glass slippers and talking animal friends, Emma Watson is happy she chose Belle's books and talking furniture friends in "Beauty and the Beast." You may recall seeing Watson's name come up for the role Lily James...Show More Summary
Emma Watson declined the title role in Cinderella, instead going onto play Belle in Beauty and the Beast.
In March, we’ll get to see Emma Watson become a Disney princess in the live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. We’ve already heard her belt out one of the signature tunes from the movie in the most recent TV spot for the movie,...Show More Summary
Emma Watson is starting the promotional rounds for the live-action film adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, which hits theaters on March 17. In a recent interview with Total Film, Watson was asked about famously turning down the role of another Disney princess, Cinderella, in a similar remake in 2015. Show More Summary
Emma Watson has lived the dream of countless childhoods by getting her pick of Disney princesses to play. And like those of us who ignored the whole Stockholm Syndrome thing to focus on our favorite character’s literary inclinations, she chose Beauty And The Beast’s Belle. Show More Summary
The visuals for the new Beauty and the Beast live action movie have thus far been nothing short of terrifying. The Emma Watson doll is no exception. Read more...
Emma Watson looks stunning in her Beauty and the Beast costume while on the cover of Total Film Magazine, available now. Here’s what the 26-year-old actress had to share with the mag: On why she related to her character Belle: “I just felt the character of Belle resonated with me so much more than Cinderella [...]
"I just felt the character of Belle resonated with me so much more than Cinderella did."
Some might argue that it’s impossible to find a feminist role model in the Disney princess canon, where a woman’s fate is sealed with a kiss and the voice of another is traded for the love of a man. But Emma Watson, who stars as Belle...Show More Summary
The former Harry Potter star passed on the blue cress, but was more than happy to take on the yellow one when the opportunity arose. The post Emma Watson Nearly Played Disney’s Cinderella Instead of Belle appeared first on CBR.com.
She’s only a little biased.