Awesome interview with Emma Watson

On other girls in Hollywood: “There are too many stupid girls in the media,” Watson, 17, tells Parade Magazine in this weekend’s issue. “Hermione’s not scared to be clever. I think sometimes really smart girls dumb themselves down a bit, and that’s bad.”

On how she views herself: “I’m a bit of a feminist. I’m very competitive and challenging.”

On her start as playing the character of Hermione: “When I was 9 or 10, I would get really upset when they tried to make me look geeky, but now I absolutely love it. I find it’s so much pressure to be beautiful. Hermione doesn’t care what she looks like. She’s a complete tomboy.”

On her family: “I have a really secure network of family and friends. … My parents are both lawyers, and they have no interest in being part of this industry.” I think this is the most important quote! Too many child stars have parents that want in on the fame and fortune. Just look at Lindsay’s mom, total media whore. It’s no wonder some of these girls get so out of control. I am so happy Emma’s family is the non-Hollywood type.

With her parents divorced, Watson – the eldest of seven siblings – lives with her mother in Oxford, where she goes to an all-girls school.

On the rumors that she might (but didn’t) drop out of the last Harry Potter movies: “People can’t understand why I don’t want to be a full-time actress, but school life keeps me in touch with my friends. It keeps me in touch with reality.”

On furthering her education and not dropping out of school: ”Let’s be honest: I have enough money never to have to work again, but I would never want that. Learning keeps me motivated.”

What a great interview. She really had her head on her shoulders which I love! I am always so disappointed when cute girls in Hollywood are so lame, and have nothing insightful to say.
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