Saturday, February 20, 2010

Emma Watson: Interview and a Really, Really Short Clip from "Half-Blood Prince"

"[ HD ] Emma Watson Interview 07.08.09 on The Late Show with David Letterman 2009"

nuray055, YouTube (July 09, 2009)
video, 10:06

After David Letterman asked her what a liberal arts degree was, she asked: "Do you live in the states?"

There was an embarrassing photo, but mostly the interview showed Emma Watson as a sensible young woman with more considerably more brains than your stereotype celebrity starlet. Wouldn't take much, come to think of it.

Seriously? As a rule, I don't try to find out about actors. I'm content to see their work, and am not particularly interested in learning about their inner twit. One of my daughters gave me the heads-up on this interview, for which I'm duly grateful.

From the looks of it, we'll be seeing Emma Watson in films for quite a while. Or, she may take the Shirley Temple Black route. Which is another topic.

2 comments:

Brigid said...

Please note typo. "a sensible young woman with more considerably more brains"

Enough from the Friendly Neighborhood Proofreader.

Is Letterman trying to sound like an idiot? I'm not familiar with the show at all.

Miss Watson seems like a nice girl.

Brian, aka Nanoc, aka Norski said...

Brigid,

I don't see a typo in "a sensible young woman with more considerably more brains" - although I am using colloquial American English there. We can talk about this, some time?

And yes, Miss Watson seems like a nice girl - and smart.

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