Actress Emma Watson is expected to pull in USD 15 million for the live-action remake of the 1991 Disney classic. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Watson might get the above-mentioned amount if the film performs as well as expected at the box office. Watson was reportedly offered USD three million upfront, but her profits will likely end up being considerably larger upon the film's total gross. Considering "Beauty and the Beast," which hit the US theatres on March 18, is set to landHollywood | March 19, 2017
Actress Emma Watson is taking legal action after private photographs of the star were allegedly stolen and leaked online. "Photos from a clothes fitting Emma had with a stylist a couple of years ago have been stolen. They are not nude photographs. Lawyers have been instructed and we are not commenting further," theguardian.com quoted her publicist as saying said. Reports suggest that the photographs have been shared on "dark web" -- an encrypted network not easily accessible byHollywood | March 16, 2017
Hollywood star Emma Watson had a surprise for her Indian fans on Holi. The ‘Harry Potter’ star posted a video of hers wishing fans across the country on holi, the festival of colours. The video, which was shared before the release of her movie, ‘Beauty And The Beast’, has Watson greeting Indians with a Namaste. “Namaste India!” she said, “Wish you a very happy holi.” The actress also requested her fans to watch ‘Beauty And The Beast’. The film stars Emma WatsonEntertainment | March 12, 2017
Actress Emma Watson says she has continued singing lessons following her role as Belle in the live action film "Beauty and the Beast". "I've found it (singing) actually really helps my acting, and my speaking voice. It's great for my breathing and a discipline that I really like," Watson told dailymail.co.uk Watson, who shot to fame as Hermione Granger in the "Harry Potter" franchise, had to show off her singing voice to director Bill Condon to get theEntertainment | March 11, 2017
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