A new video has been released from Emma Watson's cover shoot for Harper's Bazaar. The Hermione Granger actress introduces the video and talks about her initial difficulty acting the role of the harsher of the two contrasting looks featured in the photoshoot. You can watch the video here on YouTube or below.
The issue of Harper's Bazaar hits newsstands on the 7th of July.
first comment ! wow this is alot diffrent then i would exspect but she looks amazing !!
2nd comment! crazy how different she looks from scary to sexy!
She’s so beautiful! And she made both of them look quite convincing! :D I really love her eyes! And the make up she puts around it is aboslutely breath taking!
I really like this video, most behind the scenes videos seem so fake and unrealistic trying to give the message ‘Look how much FUN it is in a photo-shoot!!!’ but in this they actually just showed you what she did. It was nice seeing her trying to pose etc, because you could see her laughing at herself a bit and not taking it to serious, it’s nice to see that. And i really love the wig on her, it’s nice to see her out of her comfort zone, plus it suits her! But then her personality is naturally more innocent so i guess it doesn’t suit her as a person.
True kyrstalkris, it’s all about Emma’s eyes
I liked her better in the whites.
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Yes its her eyes that makes Emma so stunning! This comes out on my birthday, yay! :)
Her eyes are gorgeous!
I love her in the white! But she is still beautiful in the black.
She’s grown up so much!
I really prefer her look with longer hair…
One things for sure- she’s a better model than she is an actress !
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