Emma Watson Doesn’t Want To Watch Her New Movie ‘The Bling Ring’
September 21, 2012
Emma Watson may be young but she should be smart enough to know it’s not a good idea to say you don’t want to watch the movie your starring in (i.e. The Bling Ring).
Talk about bad publicity, right?
According to The Sun, Emma, 22, says her character in her latest film The Bling Ring is so repulsive, even she doesn’t want to see the movie.
“This is how much I hate myself in the movie: I don’t think I’m going to be able to watch it,” said Emma.
“It’s the first time I couldn’t watch myself. This is what’s so awesome about my job, to get into the shoes of someone I couldn’t relate to.”
To give you a little backstory into Emma’s role in The Bling Ring, she plays a girl who basically stalks celebrities online with her friends and when they know that the celebrity is out partying, they break into their home and steal loads of expensive stuff.
This film is actually based on real events and real people. A group of teens in Hollywood became known as the “Bling Ring” when they broke into Paris Hilton’s home one night. Believe it or not, they walked up to her door, found the key hidden under the welcome mat, and when they unlocked the door, they discovered the alarm was not armed.
The bottom line is Paris Hilton is so dumb, she deserved to get robbed. I mean, who leaves a key to their house that’s full of pricey designer goods hidden under the welcome mat?
Honestly, the film looks kind of interesting. The most interesting part of the movie, to me anyway, is that it’s written and directed by Sofia Coppola. Sofia is responsible for one of my favorite movies The Virgin Suicides. I’d like to think that anything associated with Sofia will be great and again, in my opinion, Emma should be a little more positive about the movie.
Instead of saying, Oh, I hate myself in this movie, she should say, I loved that I was given the opportunity to play a character that’s so different from who I am.
I’m going to blame this snafu on Emma’s age.
The Bling Ring also stars Leslie Mann, Taissa Farmiga, Gavin Rossdale, Halston Sage, Israel Broussard, and Katie Chang and will be released sometime next year.