Saturday, May 22, 2010


SNITCHSEEKER are just after posting a story on a new project for EMMA WATSON, a One Night Only music video!
"In a new interview, Emma Watson revealed that she recently participated in a music video for her friend and fellow Burberry model George Craig's band, One Night Only. She will be featured in the band's next single, Say You Don't Want It."

"We[George and Emma] became really great mates and she asked to be in the video. She wants to be a rock chick after ten years of Harry Potter."

A new film may also be on the cards;
"Variety is reporting that Emma Watson's first project after the Harry Potter series will be a film adaptation of Stephen Chbosky's The Perks of Being a Wallflower. She and Logan Lerman, best known for his recent role in Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, are in talks to star in the feature alongside actor John Malkovich.

For those interested, a synopsis of The Perks of Being a Wallflower is as follows:

Charlie, the wallflower of the title, goes through a veritable bath of bathos in his 10th grade year, 1991. The novel is formatted as a series of letters to an unnamed "friend," the first of which reveals the suicide of Charlie's pal Michael. Charlie's response--valid enough--is to cry. The crying soon gets out of hand, though--in subsequent letters, his father, his aunt, his sister and his sister's boyfriend all become lachrymose. Charlie has the usual dire adolescent problems--sex, drugs, the thuggish football team--and they perplex him in the usual teen TV ways.

Into these standard teenage issues Chbosky infuses a droning insistence on Charlie's supersensitive disposition. Charlie's English teacher and others have a disconcerting tendency to rhapsodize over Charlie's giftedness, which seems to consist of Charlie's unquestioning assimilation of the teacher's taste in books. In the end we learn the root of Charlie's psychological problems, and we confront, with him, the coming rigors of 11th grade, ever hopeful that he'll find a suitable girlfriend and increase his vocabulary.
It is unknown which role Emma would be taking. We'll have more on this as information is released."

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