Today is the International Day of the Girl Child, a United Nations initiative to highlight some of the challenges that face young girls in particular, all over the world. These include gender inequality, access to education, legal …
VisitLondon is teaming up with British celebrities like Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex), Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock), Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who), and Emma Watson (The Perks of Being a Wallflower), in an attempt to raise funds for …
Thinking of taking a holiday trip to the British Isles? Take David Tennant’s advice and don’t go to a Scottish beach in the 1970s, or if you do, wrap up nice and warm and be prepared for a thorough washdown afterwards.
It has been something of a week for Emma Watson. She began with a stirring speech at the United Nations to launch the #HeForShe campaign, asking men to lend their support to gender equality issues for the good of society as a whole.
Over the weekend, Emma Watson appeared at the United Nations headquarters in New York to make a speech launching an initiative that aims to bring gender equality to the world.
Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Emma Watson, Mike Leigh and Dame Judi Dench—come and get your Britannia awards. The broadcast of the ceremony will air Sunday, November 2 at 9 pm ET on BBC AMERICA.
Emma Watson doesn’t waste any time: she has already updated her Twitter profile to: “British actress, Goodwill Ambassador for U.N. Women.”
It’s turning into a very Harry Potter kind of week. First we had an update on the spinoff movie Fantastic Beasts being shot in England, and what might have been our first glimpse at the titular creatures.
Emma Watson has spent the years since Harry Potter fired his final magic spell putting as much clear water between herself and her goody-goody image as Hermione Granger as is humanly possible (while also studying for her degree, just …
Over the weekend, excerpts from an interview for Wonderland Magazine were released with J.K.