One “Hollywood insider” said, “It’s crazy but, yes, they are seeing each other, although Emma wants to keep things quiet and private.” But another source said, “They are friendly, but are not in a relationship.”So, mixed messages. , the eligible bachelor is "smitten" with the star, and can we blame him if it's true? Apparently, Harry sent Emma a short email to invite her out, and though they were joined by 12 other friends, it's said they hit it off.“I knew it was a hoax—I knew the pictures didn’t exist—but I think a lot of people close to me knew gender equality was an issue, but they didn’t really think it was that urgent.”She added, “When they saw that the minute I stepped up and talked about women’s rights I was immediately threatened—in less than 12 hours I was receiving threats—I think [men] were really shocked. So, I think it was a wake-up call of, ‘Oh, this is a real thing that’s really happening now.Women are receiving threats in all sorts of different forms—that was just one specific one.’ And I was upset that the media immediately reported it as fact without any evidence to the contrary.It really just publicized something that was really, really negative.It’s funny because people went, ‘Oh, she’s going to be disheartened by this.’ If anything, it made me so much more determined. It made me so angry that I was just like, ‘This is why I have to be doing this!Historic tweets from Mack are now making headlines as they appear to show her trying to recruit fellow celebrities into the alleged sex cult.Watson and Kelly Clarkson both received tweets from the actress looking to involve them.
Best known as the virtuous Hermione Granger in the immensely popular Harry Potter film series, the British actress has emerged as a prominent ambassador for women’s rights.People have come back to what the actual definition means, which is ‘equality politically, culturally, socially, economically.’ That’s it.That simple.” Watson said that her goal with He For She over the next few months is to get more men to sign up for the petition (there are currently 200,000 pledges), and her work on IMPACT 10x10x10, which is a one-year pilot initiative to engage corporations, governments, universities, and private citizens in supporting He For She.Mack appealed to Watson's work with the UN for gender equality, telling her: "I'm a fellow actress like yourself, and involved in an amazing women's movement I think you'd dig".A month later she wrote: "I participate in a unique human development & women's movement I'd love to tell you about".Watson, ever the pro, brushed off the first part—instead focusing on the larger issue at hand.“I don’t think I would ever even dream of complaining about my personal circumstances, but yes, there is a big problem in my industry—in the film industry, and the industry in which I work,” Watson said.“Currently, females comprise 7 percent of directors, 7 percent of writers, 2.2 percent of producers, and 13 percent of executives.The candid, powerful speech, wherein she shared anecdotes about being “sexualized” by the press at an early age and promoted the core tenets of feminism (“that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities”), was rapturously received, and viewed over 17 million times on You Tube (and counting).On International Women’s Day Sunday, Watson sat down for a wide-ranging hour-long Q&A at Facebook HQ in Central London to spread the message of He For She.In the wake of her rousing UN speech, as well as “The Fappening”—the awful, anti-women crusade that leaked hundreds of stolen private nude photos of A-list women online—Watson was targeted by misogynists who set up a website with a countdown clock, threatening to release nude photos of the actress when it hit zero.It was presumably meant to discourage Watson from pursuing her He For She duties, but it had the opposite effect.“After I gave my speech in September, there was a website set up threatening to release naked photographs of me with a countdown,” Watson said.