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The former 'O.C.' star, whose house was robbed 5 times by the gang of teenage robbers, is against director Sofia Coppola's decision to 'glorify' the 'upsetting' burglaries in her new film.
The Marissa Cooper depicter on 'The O.C.' rants on Twitter about Sofia Coppola's fame-obsession film, which stars Emma Watson.
The star of reality show 'The Simple Life' supports Sofia Coppola's effort to show 'how serious' the real-life burglaries were through the film.
The 'Harry Potter' actress tries to 'understand the psychology' of her character who is described as a fame-obsessed teen.
Watson turns into Nicki, who finds pleasure in crime as well as fame in the newly-released trailer for the Sofia Coppola-directed film.
Channeling her wild side, Watson plays one of the teenagers who rob celebrities' homes in Sofia Coppola's film which is inspired by actual events.
Donning a white furry vest to complete her all-black outfit, Watson walks down the street along with co-stars Israel Broussard, Taissa Famiga, Katie Chang and Claire Julien.
Ditching her famous pixie hair, the 'Harry Potter' actress is seen donning a long brown extension while being clad in a bath robe as she takes a stroll around the set in Calabasas, California.
The Hermione Granger of the 'Harry Potter' film series has secured a role in Coppola's based-on-true-story film about a group of youngsters who commit celebrity theft.