Emma Watson, 23, looked as incredible as ever in a black suit and heels for her appearance on David Letterman on Tuesday. She’s been making the rounds, promoting her role in ‘Noah,’ out this weekend. She gave a candid interview to the Associated Press about her role in the film and fame in general. Some highlights…
On her own religious views:
I already had the sense that I was someone who was more spiritual than specifically religious. … I’m really interested in those things that are more far-reaching than culture, nationality, race, religion.
On the backlash from groups saying that director, Darren Aronofsky, took too many liberties with the Noah story:
If we had gone with exactly the original story, Noah doesn’t say anything until he steps off the ark. You would have been watching a silent film. None of the women are really spoken about in the biblical story. There wouldn’t of been any women in it. He had to adapt it for the screen.
On her upcoming graduation from Brown University:
I will be having a hell of a party. It will just be a relief, I think, because I’ve been really juggling so much and it will just be really nice to be able to focus on just one thing but I think I’ll miss it, too.
Her transition from child star to adult actress:
You know, it can be a very corrupt environment and situation for a young person and I’m just so thankful that I have people around me who have really held my hand…. Everyone from my publicist through the person who does my hair and makeup, from my brothers through to my friends to my professors who helped support me through my education. I mean there’s a huge group of people that just helped me so much. Yeah. I’m a very, very, very lucky girl.
Her graceful transition into an adult actress impresses me the most. It’s gotta be hard to keep a clear head with all the fame, money and good looks. Brava Hermione!
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