Life! Singapore Interviews Emma Watson
September 10, 2010, 09:03 PM
Life! Singapore has a new interview with Emma Watson (Hermione Granger), where she discusses a variety of topics, among them her decision to cut her hair:
“I’ve been wanting to do this since I was 16,” she tells Life! in an interview at the swish Berkley Hotel in London.
“But I couldn’t because of the films. I couldn’t wear a wig. It wouldn’t look natural on someone my age.”
homeschooled daughter of lawyers and current second-year student at
Brown University, Rhode Island, had apparently walked into a New York
salon alone, emerging from it two hours later minus 30cm of hair – and
completely unrecognisable to the paparazzi.
“I was very calm,” she says.
Is this part of a whole new butch look?
“Butch?” she returns, bemused but slightly frowning.
“I think it’s rather gamine actually, rather feminine,” she says. “I’ve never felt sexier. I love it, this new hair.”
Later in the interview Watson speaks about her experience thus far as a student at Brown University, and what subject she might decide to major in:
“I think normality is underrated,” she says. “It took two
weeks for everyone to get used to the idea of having an actress in
class. But after that, everyone realised that I was just Emma, normal
Life these days, she adds, is the unlikely bliss of squeezing four in a dormitory, “mulling over pizza on a Friday night.”
has just completed the first year of “shopping for courses” and has not
yet chosen to focus on a subject at university. “but I’m tempted
towards doing something in history,” she says.
Watson also comments on shooting the "Deathly Hallows" epilogue in the interview:
“Well, we wore quite a few prosthetics and the make-up is
always very good,” she says. “But I hear a lot of it will be CGI, so
I’ll only be able to see for myself the same time as everyone else. It’s
interesting to see how they made the children look like us too.”
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If she’s happy with it, who cares? As long as she’s happy thats really all that matters or is relevant.
OMG! it’s such a drastic change… i like it, i think i just need to get used to it :)
what about an interview here in the Philippines???>>
Love the College dorm part, thought it was a bit funny. I agree the “butch” part was just the reporter trying to get a rise and it was uncalled for.
I think the hair’s cute ,I’m glad she got to cut it when she’s been wanting to !
Emma new hair style is cool and she is beautiful!
Homeschooled? Hasn’t her shooting schedule always been coordinated so that she could continue to attend regular classes?
I support people I like in what they do if that is what makes them happy, so how could I hate Emma’s new look if it’s what she had desired for so long?
Not only that, but the whole thing about what is feminine and what not, just drives me crazy! There are women who look amazing with short hair (look at Emma) and men who are scrumptious with long, wavy hair…
ahahaha butch really. that dude has balls to say something like that. jerk move but balls like boulders
i don’t really like her hair now, i liked her old style better but i wouldn’t call it ‘butch’, that’s just weird!
can’t wait to see the epilogue!!!!
she lost the role for “the girl with the dragon tattoo” to someone ?!
@jasmineflower27 i am glad that someone agrees with me on this,,,even i dont like her new hairstyle,,,,,, she was very beautiful with long hair,,,, something is not right about this new hair-cut,, she cant pull it off,,, i just hope her hair grows back soon and we get to see the old “Hermione” Emma
Such a Gryffindor thing to do. :)
PLUS, I can’t wait to see the next generation! So excited for the epilogue scene…
I agree with NotSlytherin that the choice of words ‘butch’ may have had something to do with the interviewer being not so fluent in English. Maybe they were reaching for ‘tomboyish,’ which would be much more appropriate.
I mean, look at the fact that the author of the article describes the Berkley Hotel as ‘swish’ (which usually implies ‘effeminate’) when they probably meant ‘posh’! Pretty funny juxtaposition, actually – Freudian slips, perhaps?
Butch?!!!! how rude