Our little girl, “Harry Potter’s” Hermione Granger, and now fashion icon, Emma Watson, stars in her first feature since the famed franchise. The poster was just released, and you should check out the trailer for “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” here to see Miss Watson embracing life after Harry.
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Check out Olivia Culpo talking from City Harvest, where the Miss USA candidates were helping out during the days before the finale! Congratulations Olivia!
The filmmaker whose works “The Piano Teacher,” “Funny Games,” “The Idiots” and “Cache” have made him a household name around Europe, and for whom adaptations and Oscar nominations have become de rigeur, remains a quiet wolf-like figure without much fanfare in the North American scene. As with those previous films, “Amour” is sure to continue to please and provoke his core fan base, but is unlikely to measure on the Richter scale outside of any major city.
Wes Anderson’s ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ opens in limited release this week. Starring Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Ed Norton, Bob Balaban (narrating), Jason Schwartzmann and newcomers Kara Hayward and Jared Gilman, the film is sure to please Anderson’s many fans. Check out these studio interviews with the film’s stars.
Michael Chiklis (“The Shield,” “Fantastic Four”) and “Piranha 3DD” actor Matt Bush talk through their ‘High School’ experience with Celebs.com’s Angela Bakke. Watch the video right here.
It’s been a tragic year in the entertainment world, and the 2012 Billboard Awards paid tribute to four iconic musicians who passed away this year: Whitney Houston, Donna Summer, Adam Yauch and Robin Gibb.
Billboard Awards cohost Julie Bowen acknowledged Gibb’s passing, which occurred earlier that day, saying, “His voice and music of the Bee Gees will live on forever. Natasha Bedingfield paid homage to Summer by singing “Last Dance,” while Cee Lo Green performed “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party!)” to honor the Beastie Boys MC.
In what was perhaps the most poignant moment, Bobbi Kristina took the stage after beautiful renditions of “I Will Always Love You” by Jordin Sparks and “The Greatest Love of All” by John Legend to accept the Millennium Award for her late mother. “I really want to say thank you to everyone who supported us through it all,” she said. “Not just from when it was good but when it was bad, too. Thank you for showing that much love, because she deserved it. I’m just blessed to have been in such an incredible woman’s life. There will never be another one, ever.”
Did you watch the 2012 Billboard Awards? Check out the aforementioned tributes below — which is your favorite?