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The 'Perks of Being a Wallflower' actress is confirmed to have parted ways with her ruby player beau a month ago due to her busy work.
The 24-year-old actress dedicated the esteemed acting award she received at the BAFTA Awards to her on-set hamster Millie, who died of heart attack on the set of the first 'Harry Potter' movie.
The 'Harry Potter' actress has received support from other feminists after she was threatened by a 4chan user that her nude photos would be released in four days.
A 4chan user is threatening to leak nude photos of the 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' actress days after she gave passionate speech about feminism at the U.N. headquarters.
The 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince' actress admitted she was a feminist and said feminism was not the same as 'man hating.'
The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women says that their site crashed following the exciting news.
The Hermione Granger depicter in 'Harry Potter' films, the 'Hunger Games' star and Sean Penn's girlfriend stole the attention with their incredible outfits at the runway show.
The story of a pair of two dreamers will be narrated against the backdrop of glamorous Los Angeles, with Damien Chazelle as a screenwriter and director.
The 'Noah' actress uploads a picture of herself wearing cap and gown to tell her followers that she is now officially a college graduate.
Russell Crowe and Douglas Booth also attend the London screening along with 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' actor Hugh Jackman.
The 'Perks of Being a Wallflower' actress joins Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, and Ian Somerhalder among others.
Watson, who played in eight 'Harry Potter' movies, says in a new interview with Elle magazine that she is 'jealous' of actresses who did not grow up onscreen.
A representative for Watson confirms the news, saying that the 'Harry Potter' actress and her long-term boyfriend 'separated last summer.'
The 'Bling Ring' actress will work with director Francesca Gregorini to bring the inspiring story of the famed novelist to the big screen.
Sophie Cookson will star alongside Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Firth and fellow newbie Taron Egerton in the spy film based on the Mark Millar comic books.