Showing some love to her adoring fans, Emma Watson attended the Los Angeles premiere of her new flick “The Bling Ring” last night (June 4).
The “Perks of Being a Wallflower” babe schmoozed with the film’s director Sofia Coppola while Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale hammed it up for the shutterbugs.
Stepping out to promote their new summer comedy, the cast of "This is the End" headed to the premiere at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday (June 3).
Directed by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, the flick follows a party at James Franco's house while the apocalypse unfolds outside.
In anticipation of its summer release, a new preview clip for “The Bling Ring” hit the web on Friday (May 31).
The new sneak peek shows the girls breaking in to Paris Hilton’s home and exploring her massive closet filled with shoes.
Fame and fortune may have found her at a young age, but Emma Watson still has insecurities about her career.
Enjoying all the fanfare of the fest, Emma Watson appeared on "Canal+ TV" at The Martinez Hotel during the Cannes International Film Festival on Friday (May 17).
The "Perks of Being a Wallflower" star looked cute in a white-and-black floral blouse and short black skirt as she prepared to take the stage.
Adding to the excitement in the air, the cast of “The Bling Ring” arrived at the big premiere event at the 66th Cannes Film Festival this afternoon (May 16).
Emma Watson paraded around the Palais des Festivals in her simple-yet-sexy black and white dress as fans and shutterbugs clamored to catch a glimpse.
Kicking off the day with some promotional opportunities, the cast of “The Bling Ring” showed up at a photocall at the 66th Cannes Film Festival this morning (May 16).
Emma Watson was a fan favorite as she posed for the press in a darling merlot-colored dress outside the Palais des Festival.
Adding to the mounting evidence that she’s official a grown-up, Emma Watson looks super sexy on the cover of W magazine's June/July issue.
The “Harry Potter” babe explains that while most teen girls can’t wait to reach adulthood, she was actually quite the opposite.