Emma's quotes to remember

DISCLAIMER: This blog is my opinion. I'm not saying everything I say is true but I'm not making anything up. I pride myself on using facts, evidence, sources, and deductive reasoning. I'm not an inside source but I was not born yesterday. I use Emma's words showing her inconsistencies with what she says versus what she does. Everything she says is actually the opposite of who she is when you pay attention to what she actually does. She preaches about being honest and true to yourself when she isn't. She claims virtues and convictions she doesn't adhere to. She constantly portrays a false sense of modesty, morality and ethics that she never follows. It's not her actions that bother me. She can smoke crack for all I care. It's all her deceptions that built up her fake persona she gets lauded for. She is more of a brand than being the genuine article. Emma is a prettily weaved illusion designed to trick you. She is a celebrity (they get so much attention in society) and she is pretty (beauty culture obsession), and these days that’s as good as being a god (celebrity worship syndrome). This blog was not created to point out what an awful human being she is. I don't believe she's a horrible person but when it comes to a stereotyped fake celebrity she fits the mold perfectly. This blog was created as a push back to the mindless adoration and to point out what others refuse or fail to do. I don’t know Emma the private person but what I do know is Emma the public person (celebrity) is full of contradiction, hypocrisy and deceptions. Her entire public persona is built on being the anti-celebrity but in reality she's ever bit of the fame hungry attention seeker she claims not to be. Celebrities should be looked at as products. They're trying to sell us (the consumers) something by using the same marketing ploys we see in ads every day. They make millions doing this. We have every right as consumers to call bullshit when the product does not work as advertised. Celebrities made a choice to be public figures and can walk away if they wish, so anything they put out there is up for debate.

QUOTES OF EMMA'S TO REMEMBER: "There seems to be this feeling that all of us were bursting to break out of these images we had created but that’s never been the case (2009)." and "I do not think I "ought" to be a model of reference for my fame. But I want to do something good by using my public image and reputation (2009)." and "Actually, I'm quite shy, I've never liked attention and money. I feel myself a little bit like Finding Nemo's Dory. I just keep swimming and don't turn around to watch the mess (2010)." and "I think you should be yourself because otherwise, you'll be on the wrong path and the results are not gonna be pretty (2010)." and " It's very weird. I have to kind of like switch heads. Sometimes I manage it seamlessly, and other times I feel rather all over the place. I explained to a friend that sometimes I feel a bit schizophrenic, like I have a split personality (2010)." and "In terms of a role model the cleanest way to live as a human and artist to be true to yourself (2011)." and "Never have something to hide or lose (2011)." and "Fame was never something I ever aspired to and it's not something I aspire to now really (2011)." NEW ONES (I find these new ones peculiar because I've said she's fake and a brand repeatedly since February 2011: Is she trying to come clean?): "Let’s say there’s a side of me, the one represented in the media, that does not match who I really am in private life. (2012)." and "It kind of does feel that way [like I am a brand]. That’s just something I’ve come to realize, that there’s a public persona (2013)." and "When you’re playing someone else and you’re playing a public persona for the media, you almost lose your own identity and who you are." and "I try my best to be as authentic as I can. I try to be real, but I also understand there’s a distinction between the me that walks red carpets, and the me that is just myself, at home (2013)." and "Similar to you, I used to try to hide what I was doing, and I would end up in these awkward positions where I would have to go and do something [for work] but I would say I was doing something else. I would try to hide that I had a car picking me up—I would hide the car around the corner so that people would think I was walking. All of these elaborate kinds of schemes to pretend I was like everyone else (2013).”

ONE MORE EMMA QUOTE TO CONSIDER from an interview in 2009, "Did you ever steal any of the props? “Yes, I did. We were doing a scene in Gringotts and there was all of this plastic gold that’s in there, but Dan, Rupert and I spent like the whole week smuggling it out for crew members who wanted souvenirs. They weren’t giving any of it away, so we nicked it. We were actually competing in the end and I got really good at it. I looked like the innocent one, so they nobody really noticed me, but they checked the boys. So I think I got about four or five pieces out. That was funny.” And that's the just of it. Emma looks to innocent to be anything other than what she makes herself up to be. It makes doing this blog rather difficult at times because people do not want to believe Emma is anything but honest. There is also the issue of Emma stating for years she is just like the fictional character Hermione. People get confused between Emma the actress and Hermione the make believe character she was portraying. They are nothing alike.

OTHER QUOTES: "The great thing about Emma is that she's a chameleon that can communicate anything you ask." - Mario Testino. "Any actor who tells you that they have become the people they play, unless they’re clearly diagnosed as a schizophrenic, is bullshitting you.” - Gary Oldman. "The image is one thing and the human being is another...It's very hard to live up to an image, put it that way." - Elvis Presley. "It is much easier to be honest than to be caught up in a bunch of lies. At least this way, you know who you are." - Mila Kunis

Two pages to check out:
1.) meettherealemmawatson.tumblr.com (me)
2.) emma-what-son.tumblr.tumblr.com (no affiliation)

March 6, 2014

Emma Watson says J.K Rowling's quote about Hermione ending up with Harry was taken out of context and it was a joke

From mtv.com/news may 2014, "Watson also seemed somewhat pessimistic about the longevity of the popular pairing, sharing at the time, "I think there are fans out there who know that too and who wonder whether Ron would have really been able to make her happy." But Watson's tune may have changed just a bit, as the starlet took to the red carpet at tonight's Oscars (her first time attending the big show, if you can believe it) and told MTV's own Josh Horowitz, "It was a real shame, because the quote that she gave was completely taken out of context."

Emma change her tune? Noooooo way she would never do that!! =)~

MTV left out the part where she said it was just a joke

From ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com March 2014, "It was a real shame, because the quote that she gave was completely taken out of context, and if you read the whole interview it was completely not how it was framed but it was actually kind of a joke."

You know the funny part is? This is the Wonderland Magazine that Emma herself guest edited and Emma herself conducted the interview with J.K. Rowling. How could it be possibly taken out of context or even be considered a joke? There is nothing in the writing that suggests it's a joke. Maybe if the interview was conducted by video you could see their facial expressions that would tip you off that they were joking. This is typical Emma changing her tune but only because the HP fandom lost their shit over fictional characters. JK and Emma are back tracking now. I don't really care because to me it's a book made into a movie but this is Emma deceiving others as usual.

Actually I read the entire interview and what is being taken out of context and where is the punch line? Here is the part of the interview with JK about Hermione ending up with harry instead of Ron.

From ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com Feb 2014

Emma: I thought we should discuss Hermione... I'm sure you've heard this a million times but now that you have written the books, do you have a new perspective on how you relate to Hermione and the relationship you have with her or had with her?  JK: I know that Hermione is incredibly recognizable to a lot of readers and yet you don't see a lot of Hermione's in film or on TV except to be laughed at. I mean that the intense, clever, in some ways not terribly self-aware, girl is rarely the heroine and I really wanted her to be the heroine. She is part of me, although she is not wholly me. I think that is how I might have appeared to people when I was younger, but that is not really how I was inside. What I will say is that I wrote the Hermione/Ron relationship as a form of wish fulfillment. That's how it was conceived, really. For reasons that have very little to do with literature and far more to do with me clinging to the plot as I first imagined it, Hermione with Ron.

Emma: Ah. JK: I know, I'm sorry, I can hear the rage and fury it might cause some fans, but if I'm absolutely honest, distance has given me perspective on that. It was a choice I made for very personal reasons, not for reasons of credibility. Am I breaking people's hearts by saying this? I hope not.

Emma: I don't know. I think there are fans out there who know that too and who wonder whether Ron would have really been able to make her happy. JK: Yes exactly.

Emma: And vice versa. JK: It was a young relationship. I think the attraction itself is plausible but the combative side of it... I'm not sure you could have got over that in an adult relationship, there was too much fundamental incompatibility. I can't believe we are saying all of this – this is Potter heresy!

Emma: I know, it is heresy. JK: In some ways Hermione and Harry are a better fit and I'll tell you something very strange. When I wrote Hallows, I felt this quite strongly when I had Hermione and Harry together in the tent! I hadn't told [Steve] Kloves that and when he wrote the script he felt exactly the same thing at exactly the same point.

Emma: That is just so interesting because when I was doing the scene I said to David [Heyman]: "This isn't in the book, she didn't write this". I'm not sure I am comfortable insinuating something however subtle it is! JK: Yes, but David and Steve – they felt what I felt when writing it.

Emma: That is so strange. JK: And actually I liked that scene in the film, because it was articulating something I hadn't said but I had felt. I really liked it and I thought that it was right. I think you do feel the ghost of what could have been in that scene.

Emma: It's a really haunting scene. It's funny because it really divided people. Some people loved that scene and some people really didn't. JK: Yes, some people utterly hated it. But that is true of so many really good scenes in books and films; they evoke that strong positive/negative feeling. I was fine with it, I liked it.

Emma: I remember really loving shooting those scenes that don't have any dialogue, where you are just kind of trying to express a moment in time and a feeling without saying anything. It was just Dan and I spontaneously sort of trying to convey an idea and it was really fun. JK:  And you got it perfectly, you got perfectly the sort of mixture of awkwardness and genuine emotion, because it teeters on the edge of "what are we doing? Oh come on let's do it anyway", which I thought was just right for that time.

Emma: I think it was just the sense that in the moment they needed to be together and be kids and raise each other's morale. JK: That is just it, you are so right. All this says something very powerful about the character of Hermione as well. Hermione was the one that stuck with Harry all the way through that last installment, that very last part of the adventure. It wasn't Ron, which also says something very powerful about Ron. He was injured in a way, in his self-esteem, from the start of the series. He always knew he came second to fourth best, and then had to make friends with the hero of it all and that's a hell of a position to be in, eternally overshadowed. So Ron had to act out in that way at some point. But Hermione's always there for Harry. I remember you sent me a note after you read Hallows and before you started shooting, and said something about that, because it was Hermione's journey as much as Harry's at the end.

Emma: I completely agree and the fact that they were true equals and the fact that she really said goodbye to her family makes it her sacrifice too. JK: Yes, her sacrifice was massive, completely. A very calculated act of bravery. That is not an 'in the moment' act of bravery where emotion carries you through, that is a deliberate choice.

Emma: Exactly. I love Hermione. JK: I love her too. Oh, maybe she and Ron will be alright with a bit of counseling, you know. I wonder what happens at wizard marriage counseling? They'll probably be fine. He needs to work on his self-esteem issues and she needs to work on being a little less critical.

Emma: I think it makes sense to me that Ron would make friends with the most famous wizard in the school because I think life presents to you over and over again your biggest and most painful fear – until you conquer it. It just keeps coming up. JK: That is so true, it has happened in my own life. The issue keeps coming up because you are drawn to it and you are putting yourself in front of it all the time. At a certain point you have to choose what to do about it and sometimes conquering it is choosing to say: I don't want that anymore, I'm going to stop walking up to you because there is nothing there for me. But yes, you're so right, that's very insightful! Ron's used to playing second fiddle. I think that's a comfortable role for him, but at a certain point he has to be his own man, doesn't he?

Emma: Yes and until he does it is unresolved. It is unfinished business. So maybe life presented this to him enough times until he had to make a choice and become the man that Hermione needs. JK: Just like her creator, she has a real weakness for a funny man. These uptight girls, they do like them funny.

Emma: They do like them funny, they need them funny. JK: It's such a relief from being so intense yourself – you need someone who takes life, or appears to take life, a little more light heartedly.



^This post made Ron cry, lol

I really don't care who ended up with who because it's a movie. I lost no sleep over it or thought about it much until I read the quote of Emma changing her tune as MTV pointed out.

I will say this. In the Half Blood Prince when Ron was in the Hospital after mistakenly consuming a love potion meant for Harry there was an exchange between Hermione and Lavender Brown where Hermione said, "I've always found him interesting" meaning Ron. There was also that scene in DH2 where Hermione said she couldn't destroy the horocrux and it took Ron to coach her up to do it. There was that scene after that where they were looking for Harry using the marauders map and Ron remembered what Hermione told him about the room of requirement not being on the map and she was surprised he remembered. Then there was the Order of the Phoenix when Ron tricked Malfoy and the rest of them (with a spell of which I forget) and they got away while Hermione and Harry lead Umbridge into the Forrest. When Hermione came back she was impressed by him. I think Ron and Hermione would be just fine if they were real. They actually compliment each other by being total opposites. I'm sure true Potter fans have better examples for Ron and Hermione.

Btw Emma was about Ron and Hermione for years and years. I'd post the quotes but I think true Potter fans know this to be true so there would be no argument there. It's something me and Emma fans probably agree on. I think hell just froze over.

As for what Emma said about Ron making Hermione happy and stuff. In my opinion she's purely speaking from her own taste in men since she goes for the Viktor Krum's (Matt Janney/Tom Ducker) and Cormac McLaggen's (Will Adamowicz/Jay Barrymore). Emma is more of  mix of Sam (Perks) and Nicki (TBR) than she was ever Hermione. Emma would never date a Ron Weasley in real life. It's beneath her and there would be a reality gap between them since Emma lives in her own head and is out of touch with normal people.

So really that statement is a full on Emmione moment where she's doing her thinking for a fictional character that is totally different from "the real Emma Watson". I've said this numerous times. If Hermione were real she would not think too kindly of Emma.

Shy and introverted post is coming one of these days. I keep on saying that but it is. I put this post together in 15 minutes. I've been working on the other one for two weeks on and off by procrastinating with it mostly. It's not that complicated I'm just being lazy getting all the photos and quotes together I need.

And while were on this shipping business

image

She supposedly interviewed JGL in Wonderland Magazine but it was not formatted like her other Interviews where she talked just as much as the person she was interviewing so this leads to believe she actually didn’t interview JGL. It was a straight Q&A without it reading like a conversation between two people in the same room like the others. And JGL has done Wonderland a few times in the past so I don’t think this was Emma’s request. Then they presented together at the Oscars. Coincidence or more Hollywood smoke and mirrors? Fans are shipping (weirdo movement) these two and it was all for show. Ok I’m going to join this weirdo movement of shipping! JGL and Dan forever!!


 

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

emmas and jk are rather sexist

Anonymous said...

They made Ron out as this aloof clown that is lucky to have Harry as a friend and to Hermione interested in him

Jonny Carinthia said...

I am still wondering, why JKR put together Hermione and Ron in the end and I agree with her, that in real life the two would have needed "marriage councelling" soon. A relationship between Ron and Hermione would have ended soon, because she would be the "leading, dominating part" of the marriage and Ron would have to dance after her music (as we say here), and no man can stand that forever. Ron is the "nice, undangerous guy", but not a guy who can be nr. 1 in a marriage. If you like, it's the same that happend to Emma and William. For the first time, when the relationship is fresh and the sex interesting, it works. When they start to live their "day-to-day-business", troubles starts and it ended up in a upset William, cheating on her (bad, rare sex) and taking drugs.

I think JKR just wanted to avoid the "usual ending", means that the hero gets the beautiful (?) girl in the end. So she decided that the "friend" is the lucky one, but as it seems Harry was never really interested in Hermione. But, ok, this is all fictional and for me all the quotes about "Harry and Hermione" and "Ron and Hermione" are only made to stay in the media with the Potter-stuff and give the fans some emotional moments.

Talking about Emma at the Oscars I have to say, that I found her pretty, tempting and sexy. We all know, she likes it to be in this way (although in interviews she.... ok, we all know) and I think it is ok, because after all she is 24, not ugly and she knows how to play with the camera. At least as model. As actress.... uuugh. You can condem me, but I love her ass and I love her eyes.

That she would never date a "normal guy" is somehow logical, becaus no "normal guy" would ever have the chance to come into her social enviroment. She is living upstairs and we are living downstairs. This is only partly her fault, because - speaking for me - I would also never have the idea to go into a social level under the one I live in just to meet somebody.

Oh, and I would send text-messages in her presense too, because I know that I would never have a chance with her. So why concentration more on her as politeness requiress?

Anonymous said...

@jonny you're a sick pig

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6eRiOVBx38hmA1hsVEcxPA

Anonymous said...

Echee, jonny is a emma stan and a pervert

https://twitter.com/Jonny_Lebitsch

Jonny Carinthia said...

Whow, what news.... I think I wrote in one of my first comments here that I was indeed a "non asking questions" - Emma fan in the beginning..... I even told here a little part of my story, WHY I became a fan in 2011 and WHY I changed my mind about following her without asking any questions....

Of course I am still a fan of her, but a critical, qustions asking fan.

If you call me a "pervert", ok, it is your opinion. I can live with that. It's not the first time I got these "honorary title".... :-)

Anonymous said...

Echee, I was really waiting for a post on that horrible interview ( and I do not say it was horrible only because of that Ron/Hermione issue, but because Emma's interviewing skills are a joke). My opinion is that Emma Watson has never been the Ron/Hermione shipper that she prettended to be. She sang this tune because it was waited from her. I bet she loved being able to say she did not think the two will make each other happy once JKR suggested that.

S said...

LOL! This Johnny guy is really cracking me up. "Oh, and I would send text-messages in her presense too, because I know that I would never have a chance with her. So why concentration more on her as politeness requiress?"
Really? If he was talking with her and smiling you would say: 'Look at that! He's clearly into her and she likes him too.' Excuses, excuses.

Jonny Carinthia said...

^^
Sorry, but I am far away from saying that "this guy" is into her.... I am not shipping Emma Watson with any of her collegues, because I see the reality, and the reality is funny enough (Will the Snowman and Matt the Mattress).

Anonymous said...

because Emma's interviewing skills are a joke

^^^ oh God, yes, this. Jesus. What a mess. It's clear they wanted her because they thought she would help with the sales, not because of her merit.

Anonymous said...

Duh. Of course they did. They wanted to increase their revenue.

Emma is less than mediocre in every single thing she does in public. The painting sucked. This interview sucked. Her acting sucked. Her singing also sucked. She can look nice in pictures, but she needs tons of make up and photo shop. I am not sure why she's still around, to be honest.

marcie said...

Her fan base is why she's still around. There are people in Hollywood who would love to make money off those gullible people.

Echee said...

Peace, love, chicken grease and whatever...

So this "joke" excuse reminds me of the time she said "it was a joke" that she was holding that Corona bottle when she was 14. Then there were other "jokes" of her holding other beer bottles. Her excuses are even childish if you notice.

I'm so lazy but there are thing I've noticed about her responses and actions that are really immature for her age. I want to do a post on it. Like a top ten examples.

"Will the Snowman and Matt the Mattress" <--- LMFAO

"Her fan base is why she's still around. There are people in Hollywood who would love to make money off those gullible people."

Exactly and that's what they've been doing. They are trying to cash in from all angles with her movies. Her fans are too brainwashed and biased to see that is what they're doing.

Anonymous said...

mtv snubbed her a bunch of nomination XD

Anonymous said...

Tom Hiddleston didn't receive any nominations either. Emma and Tom share the same publicist.

Anonymous said...

"I will say this. In the Half Blood Prince when Ron was in the Hospital after mistakenly consuming a love potion meant for Harry there was an exchange between Hermione and Lavender Brown where Hermione said, "I've always found him interesting" meaning Ron."

Ron wasn't in the hospital due to consuming the love potion. He was in there due to consuming the poisoned oak-matured mead meant for Dumbledore.

Jonny Carinthia said...

** NEWSFLASH **

Emma Watson in Berlin: "My mother cried"

Emma Watson yesterday at Berlin: "My mother cried, when she saw me as 'Ila' on the big screen....."

Umm, after seeing the trailers I can understand her mother....

** NEWSFLASH **

Jonny Carinthia said...

Funny Emma here....

http://krumpendorfer.blogspot.co.at/

Anonymous said...

What? Why did her mum cry?

Jonny Carinthia said...

^^
Well, there are two possibilities:

a) Because she saw Emma's performance
or
b) Because she saw Emma's performance

Anonymous said...

"Umm, after seeing the trailers I can understand her mother...."

Ah...So, you understand her mother was crying tears of joy, correct?

Anonymous said...

[Looks at pic Echee made of JGL and Emma Oscars 2014, JGL and Dan Oscars 2013, Rupert's picture in 2015.]

*Pats Echee on the head condescendingly.*

Oh, you poor dear. You simply do not grasp the concept of putting things in chronological order.

Jonny Carinthia said...

^^
Not really, anon, not really. So much eybrowe-action (again) and - oh god - a bare shoulder....

Anonymous said...

"^^
Not really, anon, not really. So much eybrowe-action (again) and - oh god - a bare shoulder...."

I seriously doubt if her mom gets her knickers in a twist like you do over how many times Emma moves her eyebrows.