Emma Watson‘s new movie has topped the record made by Fifty Shades Darker just recently. The Disney movie was viewed 127.6 million times in its first day out, far surpassing the other film’s 114 million views.
Pictured inside: Emma and her Beauty and the Beast co-star Luke Evans stepping out on the red carpet at the 2016 Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit on Tuesday night (November 15) at the MoMA in New York City.
Emma Watson is showing her support for an incredible documentary called City of Joy!
The 26-year-old actress, along with Thandie Newton, stepped out at the premiere tonight (November 11) in New York City.
The doc follows the first class of girls who live at City of Joy in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, a remarkable center that assists women who have suffered horrific abuse, learn to lead amidst a war driven by greed, economics and colonialism.
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The 26-year-old British actress and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador took to Twitter early Wednesday morning (November 9) to share her thoughts on the results of the election.
“Today I am going to deliver Maya Angelou books to the New York subway. Then I am going to fight even harder for all the things I believe in,” Emma tweeted to her 23+ million followers.
Later that day, Emma took to Instagram to share a pic of herself hiding Maya Angelou‘s book Mom & Me & Mom around the subway.
Mom & Me & Mom is Emma‘s book club – Our Shared Shelf – choice for November/December.
Emma has been extremely vocal on her views of this election and how she has been a proud Hillary Clinton supporter. Back in October, Emma took to Twitter to share how important she believes it is for women to vote in this past election.
As if we weren’t already extremely excited to see Emma Watson take on the role of Belle in Beauty and the Beast, the new things we’re hearing about the live-action movie are making us so want to see the film so badly!
The 26-year-old actress has revealed that she will be putting a feminist twist on the classic Disney role and we think she is the perfect choice to do so, seeing as she’s an outspoken activist for feminism in real life.
Emma recently opened up about how the role of Belle in the new film will differ from the animated version.
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