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The brand new Emma Watson Lancome ads just dropped today (Dec. 30th) and the "Harry Potter" star is looking stunning as always. She's debuting a new line from the makeup company called Rouge In Love, a new collection of lipsticks aimed at younger girls.
Lancome hasn't always been considered a line for younger girls. In fact, many of us have grandmothers who used the line. With Watson as the face of the line, they're clearly trying to change their image. According to Women's Wear Daily, the line is designed to make a generation that favors lip gloss turn back to lipstick.
Watson is rocking some hot red lips, but it remains to be seen whether even her stunning beauty and legions of fans will take the time to create the perfect lip. Lip gloss fits the modern day, on-the-go lifestyle. Let us know what you think of her new ad »
Watson’s new hair was reportedly searched for more online than Aniston’s was, states UsMagazine.com. But it seems she may have some male competition as Justin Bieber’s hair was also high on the list.
The two young stars are also among the fastest rising hairstyles that are searched for.
Do you like their hair?
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- Molly Sullivan
Emma Watson is Rouge In Love
Emma Watson’s fashion sense, or maybe just her fan appeal, has provided her with a couple of extra duties with Lancome. In addition to being the spokesperson for their fragrance line, she’s now the new face for their Rouge in Love lipstick collection.
The Harry Potter star has taken the first step in distancing herself from Hermione Granger with a role in the Marilyn Monroe story, My Week with Marilyn, but numerous endeavors in the world of modeling and fashion have proven that she doesn’t need the big screen to stay firmly planted in the spotlight. The new pieces of concept art from The Huffington Post show Emma still sporting her pixie haircut in a couple of very stylish hand-drawn pictures, which just go to show that I know absolutely nothing about the world of fashion because not even the streaks »
- Marty Shaw
Daniel Radcliffe in the biggest domestic hit of 2011: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 In 2011, Hollywood movies should earn the major studios $10.2 billion at the North American box office. That's down 3.5% from 2010, according to Hollywood.com. An estimated 1.28 billion tickets have been sold this year, which represents a 4.4% decline from 2010 and the lowest figure since 1995, the year of the talking pig Babe and Mel Gibson's Braveheart, when admissions totaled 1.26 billion. Among the suggested reasons for the downturn there are some that make perfect sense and some that are ludicrous. The weak U.S. economy matched with high ticket prices is almost undeniably keeping people away from movie houses. In fact, that has happened in the past, most notably during the height of the Great Depression in the early 1930s, when the majority of the big Hollywood studios posted heavy losses. Indeed, several almost went bankrupt. The »
- Zac Gille
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
The Wall Street Journal took a break from P/E ratios and IPOs to name Emma Watson's pixie 'do and Justin Bieber's "swish" as the most influential haircuts of 2011, with the Journal claiming the fastest-rising searches for celebrity haircuts on Google are for Ms. Watson and Mr. Bieber.
The mystery blonde pictured with Jim Carrey last week — the one roundly admonished online for stealing her hairstyle from the '90s — has been identified as Russian Anastasia Vitkina, currently attending school in NYC.
Earlier this year Carrey engaged in some other odd behavior, recording a creepy video love letter to Emma Stone and painting a giant spermatozoa on the outside of his NYC apartment.
- reelz reelz
This according to the Wall Street Journal, which reports, “The fastest-rising searches for celebrity haircuts on Google are for Ms. Watson and Mr. Bieber.”
Pixie cuts haven’t been truly popular since the ‘90s (apparently? Quick, someone tell every thirtysomething mother at the supermarket), but leave it to the endlessly trendy “Harry Potter” starlet to bring the style back into vogue. After wrapping the final “Potter” flick, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” (which made MTV’s list of the Top Newsmakers of 2011), Watson chopped off her long, curly locks in a concrete display that she was leaving Hermoine Granger in the past and moving on into adulthood.
As for the “Bieber swish,” as the Journal hilariously calls it, well, you probably don’t even have to look out your front door »
- John Mitchell
Christmas Day may have been and gone but we’re still feeling very festive here at HeyUGuys and since we’re still in the twelve days of Christmas, we thought it would be a lovely idea to show off five different clips from five of the Harry Potter movies that celebrate this festive time of year! All eight movies are now available to buy in the Harry Potter: The Complete 8-film Collection on DVD and Blu-ray and you can order your copies here.
Scroll down to view the first clip and then click next below each video to proceed to the next and let us know if we missed any clips in the comments section below.
1) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
We’ll go in order and that means starting off with the very first movie – Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. This movie broke the mould »
- David Sztypuljak
Emma Watson has been named by Wall Street Journal as one of the celebrities who has the most influential haircut of the year. The "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" star scores "the fastest-rising searches for celebrity haircuts on Google," thanks to her new pixie hairstyle.
The other young public figure who has the most popular haircut is none other than Justin Bieber, who was famously known for his hair flip at the beginning of his career. Aside from his look and voice, the Canadian popstar was also idolized by the tweens for his "swish" hairstyle.
Beside naming who have the influential hairstyles, Wall Street Journal has also picked its choices for the "Most Spectacular Bridal Fiasco" and the "Biggest Runway Flop". Kim Kardashian got the former title due to her short-lived fairytale wedding, while Kanye West was named the latter through his debut at the Paris Fashion Week earlier this year. »
Justin Bieber and Emma Watson have more than one thing in common. Not only did both become mega-stars before their 18th birthdays, but now the Wall Street Journal has named their haircuts as the most influential of 2011. Which means that, yet again, Ryan Gosling was Totally Robbed!
Ok, so we're kidding about that Gosling bit. But not about the part where the Wall Street Journal -- erstwhile venerable chronicler of the financial world -- named influential haircuts.
In 2011, after completing the "Harry Potter" movie saga, Watson cut her hair into a stylish pixie cut and modeled for Burberry. Bieber's trademark "swish" cut was named thanks to the WSJ's research which discovered the Bieb's was one of the most searched celebrity hairstyles on Google.
"Hairstylists are being inundated with requests for pixie cuts and the Bieber swish," writes the Journal. "The popularity of the pixie cut is more of a change »
Is it over? Has the juggernaut that is "The Twilight Saga" finally met it's match? With one final movie to go in the series, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" (that's a mouth full), may have slipped in popularity. Not far, of course, but the new hotness in town in the tween market is "The Hunger Games."
In a poll by Next Movie, "The Hunger Games," starring Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence and based on the wildly popular novel by Suzanne Collins garnered 51 percent of the votes for the movie fans are most looking forward to in 2012. "Breaking Dawn Part 2" took 45 percent.
Even more surprising? "Twilight" stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson lost out as best on-screen couple to Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, who played Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2."
"Deathly Hallows: Part 2," won the title for best 2011 movie with 52 percent »
Bieber's change of style topped the list for men, while Watson's pixie cut sparked a big fashion switch for women.
The Journal's fashion experts report short hair on women hasn’t been trendy for over 20 years.
The poll was compiled using hairstyle searches via Google.com. »
Emma Watson and Justin Bieber have been named as the two stars whose haircuts were the 'most influential' in 2011. Hairstylists have gotten requests from patrons for pixie cuts similar to Watson's and "the Bieber swish", according to the Wall Street Journal. The My Week with Marilyn actress cut her long locks to a crop last year. The two young stars' dos also are apparently the most searched celebrity haircuts on Google. Watson called her haircut as the "most liberating thing". "The stylist just grabbed the back (more) »
- By Kristina Bustos
They're young, they're talented and they're major trendsetters! Why? Because the cool and oh-so-carefully styled coifs of pop star Justin Bieber and actress Emma Watson turned out to be the most buzzed-about hairdos of 2011. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Biebs and the Harry Potter star had "the fastest-rising searches for celebrity haircuts on Google." That's no surprise for 17-year-old Justin, whose famous swish seemed to inspire—or at least draw comparisons to—the shaggy manes of Tom Brady and Ben Affleck this year. And while Emma went through some growing pains as her locks adjusted to its dramatic new length in 2011, the 21-year-old actress »
The results of our comprehensive battery of year end polls are in and with nearly a million votes cast (!) the message couldn't be more clear, as "Harry Potter" and "The Hunger Games" battled it out with "Twilight" and "Thor" for fan supremacy in nearly every category.
How lopsided were the final results? Well, in the voting for Best Movie of 2011, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2" edged out "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" by a margin of 51.55% to 47.99%, with the other four candidates — "Bridesmaids," "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," "The Help" and "The Muppets" — combining for only .46% of the vote.
This just in: People really love "Harry Potter" and "Twilight."
Of course, the heated rivalry between fans of "Harry Potter" and "Twilight" has been raging for years, but with "Harry Potter" coming to an end this year and "Twilight" entering its own twilight, it »
- Scott Harris
'Deathly Hallows, Part 2' among several sequels to make it in the top 10.
By Kevin P. Sullivan
Photo: Warner Bros.
Harry Potter said goodbye to Hogwarts and movie theaters in 2011, but not without earning boatloads of cash along the way.
The boy who lived dominated the box office this past year with more than $1.3 billion worldwide, making him the undoubted winner in a less-than-stellar year financially for movies, but "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" wasn't the only sequel to succeed. Eight of the top 10 earners at the theaters belonged to sequels, prequels or remakes.
This trend is what Jeff Bock, box-office analyst for Exhibitor Relations, sees as the big box office story of 2011, for good and bad. "You can't deny sequels' potency at the box office, with seven of the top 10 grossing films »
Selena's # 1. The actress and songstress topped a new poll that means she could be surprisingly, even more popular than her Bf Justin, Breaking Dawn's Kristen Stewart and her own Bff Taylor Swift. Do you agree? See who she ptrounced to make it to the top. There's no doubt that Selena Gomez is one of the most famous faces of 2011, but can you believe that she beat out so many popular stars to take the top spot on teenvogue.com's 100 most searched celebrities list? Here's the top ten list below! 1. Selena Gomez 2. Emma Watson 3. Justin Bieber 4. Nina Dobrev 5. Logan Lerman 6. Blake Lively 7. Kristen Stewart 8. Miley Cyrus 9. Taylor Swift 10. Elle Fanning Who have you searched for most in 2011? [polldaddy poll=5792643] »
- Eden Univer
These two super stars set a trend that spanned an entire year! Do you agree that their short hairstyles should win this top honor? Justin Bieber and Emma Watson were called out by the Wall Street Journal as having the most influential haircuts of 2011. This makes sense considering they were the top two most Googled hairstyles as of September. Justin took first place with Emma trailing just behind in second. In a HollywoodLife.com poll, almost 50% of readers voted that Justin had their favorite hairstyle. Though Justin has tried a few styles ways to style his 'do, the cut has stayed relatively short all year long. Do you have short hair now or would you ever try the look? Eden Univer [polldaddy poll=5792418] Get More From Our Bff’s At Glamour! 11 Nail Polish Ideas for Holiday Parties Healthy Eating: The Three Big D’s of Holiday Food 10 Last Minute Gifts for Under »
- Eden Univer
Kate took first place in the list of top 20 beauty icons of 2011 with her sister, Pippa, falling just short of the win. Do you agree with this list? Vote! Kate Middleton and Pippa Middleton beat out other top beauties, including Beyonce, Rihanna, Katy Perry and More! Check out the full list and decide if You think the two sisters deserve the top spots. Vote below! Here's the full list from the UK-based poll. Do you agree with who took the winning spots? 1. Kate Middleton 2. Pippa Middleton 3. Cheryl Cole 4. Rihanna 5. Holly Willoughby 6. Tulisa Contostavlos 7. Beyonce 8. Emma Watson 9. Katy Perry 10. Victoria Beckham 11. Kelly Rowland 12. Lady Gaga 13. Amy Childs 14. Katherine Jenkins 15. Nicole Scherzinger 16. Adele 17. Pixie Lott 18. Angelina Jolie 19. Keira Knightley 20. Scarlett Johannson [polldaddy poll=5792241] »
- Eden Univer
Arrival of 'Deathly Hallows, Part 2' was a moment that made headlines and marked the end of an era.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2"
For millions of people all over the world, the approach of midnight on July 15 brought with it a gut-wrenching mix of excitement and heartache. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" was set to open all over the world, and as fans lined up outside movie theaters — some in costume as their favorite character — we realized that this was it. The joy of seeing the final installment of the most successful film franchise in history was tempered with the sadness that we'd never get to do this again. This truly great thing that had been, from first book to final film, a part of our lives for well over a decade had reached its end. For an entire generation, »
Model/actress Molly Sims shows off her bikini body on the January cover of Shape magazine.
The "Project Accessory" host had a lot to share, including how she stays fit and her favorite wardrobe staples.
Sims, who slipped into a tiny lime green bikini for the cover, said of her toned physique, "This does not come naturally. I have to work out 60 to 90 minutes at least five days a week and stick to a high-fiber, »
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