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About getting recognized (2007): "It depends on where I am really, and what I am doing. Quite a bit. I still take public transport. I'm running around and doing my thing. Actually, sometimes, if you're in a bus or whatever, people come up to me "haha, that's really funny, you look like the girl in Harry Potter". People have just been so sure, that's happened a couple of times and it makes me laugh, makes me smile."

Emma Launches HeForShe Arts Week

On Tuesday, Emma Watson launched HeForShe’s Art Week in New York City at The Public Theater. Emma’s introduction was followed by a panel discussion with actor and UNESCO Special Envoy for Peace Forest Whitaker, UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, and First Lady of NYC Chirlane McCray “on the powerful role arts play in shaping behaviours, norms and perceptions that shape our cultural view of gender”. After the discussion, Emma went to the Empire State Building for a lighting ceremony, illuminating the building in HeForShe magenta. Arts Week continues through March 15.


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3 Responses to “Emma Launches HeForShe Arts Week”

  1. Mike says:

    Happy for you Emma doing what you want. Your fans hope the best for you.

  2. Fernando says:

    Nice,she can read a book to me all day.! Love the pics,Emma looks great.!

  3. FFigueira says:

    Even though I do not agree at all with the feminist movement because of the real dark objectives and consequences behind it, I know the reasons why Emma is doing this, her intention and motivation, and that is why it makes me so sad to see her going along this dangerous and rebellious path. I just hope that Emma will soon find the love of her life, a man that will really love her the way that she wants and mostly needs, someone that will hold her in his arms with love and tender care.

    I hope Emma finds a man that will marry her and make her therefore a wife and mother, that is what would make Emma truly happy, and what a beautiful mother Emma would be, can you even image seeing Emma holding her newborn child in her arms, what a sight it would be. In my opinion, the real truth is, that Emma does not need feminism, Emma needs love, real true love (marriage), and knowing that I could never be that man which makes me so sad deep inside, I just hope that she will soon find that man, Emma really needs someone to take care of her gentle, kind and sweet loving heart.

    I wish I had an email address that Emma would at least read, where I could sent a message and it would reach Emma’s eyes, she didn’t even have to reply, that would be really nice.