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How small do you have to be to be able to successfully hide under a cap?

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Emma Watson’s Monday Night Out in London

Averting her eyes from awaiting shutterbugs, Emma Watson** headed to her awaiting car in Soho in London, England on Monday (November 26).

The “Perks of Being a Wallflower” star looked cute in a black coat, red top, short black shorts, black stockings, and knee-high black boots as she hurried along.

Recently, the 22-year-old star spoke to Savoir Flair magazine about her love of music. She admits, “I have been to a lot of music concerts lately. I try and go every week. That’s my favorite thing to. Listening to live music and getting to dance and be in a crowd are things I really like. I love dancing; you can always find me on the dance floor.”

Later, Emma elaborated on some of her choices, saying, “I went to see the Black Keys, Ellie Goulding, and I went to Coachella for my birthday in April, so I saw Florence and the Machine, I saw Beirut, I saw Patti Smith, and I saw Bon Iver. They were all amazing.”

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Perks and Emma are mentioned in a Variety article about Golden Globe contenders in the comedy category.

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“The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

Classic precursor: Teens under major psychological stress, reminiscent of ’61 drama nominee “Splendor in the Grass.”
If not the big one: Emma Watson is a foreign press fave, if they can agree on whether she’s supporting or lead.

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Emma Watson was in Paris the last few days for business with Lancome.  She was spotted at the train station leaving today.

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LOL @ Daily Mail

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Entertainment Weekly

The Perks of Being a Wallflower, which stars Emma Watson in the screen adaptation of Stephen Chbosky best-selling novel, will be released on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD on Feb. 12. (It can be downloaded digitally three weeks earlier, on Jan. 22.) Chbosky himself directed the film, his cinematic debut, which tells the story of a timid Pittsburgh high-school freshman (Logan Lerman) who comes out of his shell under the guidance of two independent-minded seniors (Watson and Ezra Miller). While the film hasn’t proven an enormous financial hit ($14.6 million so far), it’s been warmly embraced by critics, with EW’s Owen Gleiberman calling it “a graceful and beguiling drama” that “turns into an ecstatic expression of the beautiful solidarity of youth.”

The film also stars Mae Whitman (Parenthood), Nina Dobrev, Dylan McDermott, Kate Walsh, Joan Cusack, and Paul Rudd. Click below for all the package’s special features.

BLU-RAY/DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

• Audio commentary with Screenwriter/Director Stephen Chobsky • Audio commentary with Director Stephen Chbosky and the cast • “Best Summer Ever” featurette • Deleted scenes with optional audio commentary with Stephen Chbosky • Dailies

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