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This article or section needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality.See How to Edit for help, or this article's talk page. This article covers a subject that is part of the real world, and thus should not be taken as a part of the Harry Potter universe. Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson (born 15 April, 1990 in Paris, France[2]) is a French-born English actress and model whose most notable role is that of Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series.
At the age of eleven, Watson made her professional acting debut in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone playing vulnerable know-it-all Hermione Granger.
In 2008, Emma was nominated and awarded fourth place in Portrait Magazine's Top 30 Under 30 2008 list making this her 2nd time. Watson's post-Potter acting career has been the subject of conflicting media reports, with some saying she plans to quit acting to concentrate on university, and others stating she plans to continue acting.[3] In July 2009 it was announced that she will be attending Brown University, in Providence, Rhode Island[4] Her subsequent enrollment in classes in September 2009 was met with considerable paparazzi interest. On September 17, 2009, Emma announced on her official website and as reported in the Guardian that she will be collaborating on a fashion line with People Tree, the sustainable and fair trade fashion brand. In December 2009, Watson was nominated and voted in eighth place in Portrait Magazine, Top 30 Under 30 2009 List. In June 2010, Emma was featured in the music video of the song "Say You Don't Want It" by One Night Only. Also in June 2010, the man who had digitally altered photos to make a fake nude picture of Emma (in May 2010) pleaded gulity to 19 counts of indecent images including children. In July 2010 it was confirmed that Emma has a official twitter account.[10] In August 2010 Emma confirmed that she had gotten a hair cut, photos were also released. On November 4, 2011, Emma appeared as Lucy in My Week with Marilyn; alongside her Harry Potter co-stars Kenneth Branagh, Toby Jones, Zoe Wanamaker, and Geraldine Somerville. In June 2013, The Bling Ring hit theaters, a movie inspired by actual events, a group of fame-obsessed teenagers use the internet to track celebrities' whereabouts in order to rob their homes, directed by Sofia Coppola.
In January 2015, it was announced that Emma Watson had been cast in the role of Belle in The Walt Disney Company's planned live-action adaptation of "the tale as old as time," Beauty and the Beast. When she was five years old, her parents divorced and she moved to Oxfordshire, England with her mother and younger brother.
Watson with co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint in promotional shot for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Watson shares a birthday (April 15) and her own name with Harry Potter co-star Emma Thompson (who portrays Sybill Trelawney). Watson was asked in an interview promoting Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone how she would feel kissing her co-stars Rupert or Dan.
Emma also used to have a pet hamster named Millie who Emma enjoyed taking to the Harry Potter set often, she recalled that Millie would squirm around in her lap while getting her make up done. On the United States show "David Letterman's Late Show", Watson revealed that she will be going to college in the United States and that she will work on Liberal Arts degree focusing on Humanities. On "David Letterman's Late Show", Watson revealed that for secondary school, she went to Headington girls school in Oxford. On "David Letterman's Late Show", Watson also revealed that she passed her automatic driving test in 2008 and she is driving a Toyota Prius.
Controversy arose shortly before the release of the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix film when it was discovered that Watson's breast size had been digitally enhanced on a poster advertising the film's IMAX release. She became the youngest person ever to appear on the front cover of Teen Vogue magazine, at the age of fifteen. She achieved eight A* and two A passes in her GCSEs (English exams pupils sit in their last compulsory year of education). Emma Watson never dated George Craig, the lead singer of the band One Night Only, contrary to rumours. Like Hermione, Watson was born to two parents of the same occupation; Hermione's are both dentists, and Emma's are both lawyers. In an interview, Watson said that she hates it so much when people call her "Emily" instead of "Emma" and is frequently confused with Oscar-nominated British actress Emily Watson.
Rumours claimed that Watson nearly did not return for Half-Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows filming, but ultimately decided to because she "couldn't bear seeing anyone else playing Hermione". Even though Hermione doesn't have freckles in the books, Emma Watson has freckles around her nose which are usually hidden by make up in the films.
At least one actor from the Harry Potter films has appeared alongside Emma Watson in almost every non-Harry Potter film she has appeared in. Watson's natural hair colour is brown because the hair and eyebrows should have the same colour.
Whilst Emma's character does not like Professor Trelawney, Emma is a great fan of Emma Thompson.
Emma is briefly mentioned (as being on the cover of the December 2010 edition of Vogue, which the real Emma Watson was) in the Robert Galbraith novel The Silkworm.
Emma's favourite line of which she said in the Harry Potter films was "I'm going to bed, before either of you come up with another clever idea to get us killed, or worse, expelled." She admitted she liked saying this line because it seemed like the wittiest thing to say at the young age of eleven or twelve.
At the age of just 10, Emma Watson said that she would keep the money she earnt in a bank until she was 21. Grumpy is a featured article, which means it has been identified as one of the best articles produced by the DisneyWiki community. Grumpy has an extreme distrust for women at the start of the film, believing them to possess black magic and wicked intentions. Grumpy is also paranoid as he fears that because Snow White is in the Dwarf's cottage the Queen may be in the house as well. A sequence which was fully animated was ultimately cut as it was felt to detract from the story.
After "Bluddle Uddle Um Dum", in which the dwarfs wash themselves, they sat down to eat the soup with Snow White and ate by slurping very loudly.
Grumpy was to have a prominent role during the song, seen sneaking into the dining room after all the dwarfs have begun eating. When the seven dwarfs reach their cottage, they think that a monster has taken up residence in their house. Eventually it is agreed that Snow White will clean and cook for the dwarfs if she is allowed to stay.
Later that evening, after supper, the seven dwarfs entertain Snow White with "The Silly Song"; to begin with, Happy sings a verse to Snow White and appears to lead the yodeling. While the dwarfs head to the mine, the Queen, as the Witch, makes her way to the cottage, knowing that only Snow White will be at home.


The seven dwarfs mourn Snow White's death; Grumpy tries to hold it in but eventually starts to sob, regretting how he treated her before her death and wishing he had been more nice to her. In the 1943 educational short, Grumpy and the dwarfs are enlisted in helping rid their forest and cottage home of deadly mosquitoes that can spread the harmful disease malaria.
In "Everybody Loves Mickey", he is seen sitting at a table with Claude Frollo of The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Grimsby of The Little Mermaid. Grumpy also appears in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse, where he was notably the only guest in the club who supported Donald Duck's "humbug" attitude towards the Christmas spirit. Grumpy appears along with the rest of the seven dwarfs in the animated series The 7D voiced by Maurice LaMarche. Like the original film, and staying true to his name, Grumpy is pessimistic, has a harsh attitude, is easily annoyed, and is prone to making rude and sarcastic remarks. As seen in "Sneezin' Season," Grumpy appears to be a generally disliked inhabitant of Jollywood. Grumpy makes a brief cameo in Flubber along with Bashful and Sleepy, appearing on Weebo the Robot's video monitor, which showcased a scene from the film. Grumpy makes an appearance as a silhouetted cameo at the end of The Lion King 1?, along with the dwarfs and Snow White where they make room with all the other Disney characters to watch the film again. In one of the most famous WWII-era photos, a sailor holds a nurse, bends her over, and kisses her in Times Square.
Glenn's legacy is once again grabbing headlines as the nation remembers the moment that defined an era. The play was a student-directed play at Brown University, where she was a freshman at the time. This image gave Melissa Anelli, webmistress of fansite The Leaky Cauldron, "the full heebie jeebies," since Watson was playing a fifteen-year-old,[21] and was herself under eighteen. She jokingly compared this to her portrayal of Hermione Granger, a self-conscious know-it-all.
Ironically, in the books, Hermione is the oldest of the three; her birthday is in September while Ron and Harry's are the following year in March and July, respectively. However, she has on her official website denied this and explained that she was only trying to make it clear to WarnerBros. In The Tale of Despereaux, Robbie Coltrane (Rubeus Hagrid) voices Gregory and Ciaran Hinds (Aberforth Dumbledore) voices Botticelli, in Ballet Shoes, Richard Griffiths (Vernon Dursley) plays Great Uncle Matthew, in My Week With Marilyn, Kenneth Branagh (Gilderoy Lockhart) plays Sir Laurence Olivier, Zoe Wanamaker (Rolanda Hooch) plays Paula Strasberg, Toby Jones (Dobby) plays Arthur Jacobs and Geraldine Somerville (Lily Evans) plays Lady Jane Clark. Rupert, on the other hand, admitted that both he and Dan had a crush on Emma saying: "Emma's a pretty girl. Emma dyed her hair blonde for Ballet Shoes and to avoid being typecast as "the girl from Harry Potter".
If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute. Throughout most of the film, he portrays negative, and even antagonistic traits, such as being overly rude, condescending, and sexist. In an earlier scene Grumpy again shows his paranoia by claiming Snow White's home-made soup is 'Witch's brew'. Following Snow White's promise that she will cook gooseberry pie, all dwarfs cheer and agree that she can stay.
At first, he was reluctant to try the soup, following his attempt to prevent himself from admitting it's actually delicious, until he couldn't hold it back any longer and decided to dig in hungrily like the rest of his comrades. After they finish the song, the dwarfs listen to Snow White sing "Some Day My Prince Will Come", which sends every dwarf, except the stubborn Grumpy, into a dream-like state. Upon her arrival at the cottage, the animals sense danger and, after attempting to drive her away, rush to the mine to fetch the dwarfs.
The dwarfs find her to be so beautiful, even in death, that they fashion a coffin from glass and place her inside.
Throughout the animated short, the dwarfs give examples of the precautions necessary to keep people safe from the spreading crises and ensure safety.
In "Pluto Saves the Day", Grumpy was unamused by Daisy's joke which excluded "miners" from the club.
This could explain his negative attitude and why he softens almost immediately whenever he's given even the slightest bit of compassion. His only line is (in a very grumpy tone) "Get out of the way!", presumably said because he wants to get the best seat. Ivan Krank says "he stands on the shoulders of giants", he is standing on the seven dwarfs. The image was featured in Life magazine in 1945 and soon earned a permanent spot in the nation's — and world's — consciousness, having been emulated at Fleet Week in NYC for decades. Other men have claimed to be the guy in the photo, but speculation largely ended when a well-respected forensic artist studied the image and found evidence to prove Glenn was the man. Wallpaper images in the Law and Order SVU club tagged: law and order svu photo season 11 behind the scenes mariska hargitay christopher meloni. At school, she took the lead role in several plays, including Arthur: The Young Years and The Happy Prince. In 2004 and 2005, she again played the brainy Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. She and Wright were the only ones of the cast of Harry Potter to be nominated in the Top 30 Under 30 2008 list by Portrait Magazine. She co-stars with Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly in Noah, about the Biblical prophet, which is set to be released in 2014.
Because of his fear, Grumpy initially opposes the other dwarfs' decision to let Snow White stay with them.
Throughout the movie, the friendship between the two grows, with Snow White being more than aware of it.
The deleted sequence begins when Grumpy disagrees and scolds his fellows for weakening at the mention of gooseberry pie. With Happy's help, Dopey manages to cough up both the spoon and the soap swallowed earlier. The diamonds are taken by Sleepy to Doc, who discards the worthless diamonds for Dopey to sweep away. When the other dwarfs see him they still think that he is the monster, and start hitting him. Doc declares that Snow White will sleep in the bedroom upstairs, and the dwarfs must sleep downstairs.


He also warns Snow White not to let anyone in the house, prompting her to comment that he does care. When they discover that the Queen has found Snow White, the dwarfs rush home to find that the Witch has succeeded in poisoning the princess and is about to leave. The dwarfs place flowers around the coffin, but only Grumpy places his bouquet in Snow White's arms. In "Pete's Christmas Caper", Grumpy was unamused by Mickey's joke of snow not only being outside the club, but also inside, referring to Snow White. Despite his negative outlook, Grumpy is a hero at heart in the show, and is often the first to take action when the villains Grim and Hildy Gloom cause mayhem throughout the kingdom. GlennMcDuffie, the man believed to be the sailor, died on March 9 in a nursing home in Dallas. Wallpaper images in the Peeta Mellark club tagged: the hunger games movie catching fire josh hutcherson jennifer lawrence katniss everdeen peeta mellark. Along with plays, Emma participated in many other school productions, including the Daisy Pratt Poetry Competition, in which she won first place for her year at age seven.
In 2007, she returned to the Potter franchise a fifth time in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, reprising her role as Hermione Granger. Then the set department made a special hamster-sized coffin for Millie and Emma said "I don't think a hamster has ever had a better send-off". Perhaps for this reason, he seems to resent Doc's position as leader, often doubting Doc's capabilities. Doc confronts Grumpy and a fight ensues, which Grumpy appears to be winning, until the other dwarfs try to pry him away. Doc is the first to hear the alarm, and alerts the other dwarfs that it is time for them to go home. When they realize that it is Dopey, they decide that they must get rid of the monster once and for all, and enter the bedroom. Here, the dwarfs, led by Doc, wash themselves, while singing "Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (The Dwarfs' Washing Song)".
After receiving said kiss, Grumpy's gratitude and infatuation overcomes him, resulting in the usually grouchy dwarf dreamily gazing at the princess, though only to snap out of his gaze and storm off. In "Jiminy Cricket", Grumpy was seen snatching an apple away from Snow White after Jiminy advised against eating apples from strangers. He also seems to be the most intelligent of the dwarfs, after Doc, and can easily be considered the toughest.
He even found a way to make money on his experience, kissing women on the cheek for $10 a pop.
Following the release of Order of the Phoenix, Watson made her first major forays beyond the Potter franchise, playing Pauline Fossil in the television film Ballet Shoes, and voicing Princess Pea in the animated film The Tale of Despereaux.
He is also notably annoyed by Dopey's antics, Bashful's shyness and Sneezy's nasal explosions. However, at the climax of the film, Grumpy heroically leads the dwarfs on a mission to rescue the princess when the Queen confronts her, showing his care for her at full force. Snow White reminds them of how scary the forest will be for her if she has to leave, and Grumpy finally agrees that she can stay until she has made the gooseberry pie. They are about to strike whatever is sleeping in their beds when they realize that it is the princess, Snow White. Grumpy refuses to wash, but the other dwarfs, led by Doc, manage to drag him to the wash tub and wash him thoroughly. Caught off guard, Grumpy accidentally bumps into a tree, falls into a stream, and hits his head on the underside of a bridge.
She attempts to crush the dwarfs with a boulder, but a flash of lightning causes her to fall from the cliff and be crushed by the boulder herself. In "Donald's Pumbaa Prank", when an old clip of Donald Duck skipping rope is shown, Happy laughs, then notices Grumpy, who seems unamused for a moment. Even so, he can be pretentious at times, overly suspicious, and his anger has, on occasion, landed the group into trouble.
His daughter, Bell, recalled how much it meant to him to clear the air and receive credit for the kiss. She returned to the role of Hermione for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, which was released in 2009 after originally being scheduled for a Christmas 2008 release. Though stubborn, he has a compassionate heart as any, though he rarely admits this. He's also shown to be quite intelligent, and rather fearless for the most part. By the finale, he no longer hides his compassionate side, and fully embraces any feelings of joy and care towards both Snow White, and the other dwarfs, specifically Doc. The entire sequence can be seen on the second disc of the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Platinum Edition DVD.
They decide that whatever is in the cottage is upstairs, and Doc declares that one of them must go upstairs to chase it out of the house.
After he finally storms off in humiliation, Snow White makes a gooseberry pie just for him. Before Snow White leaves with the Prince, she kisses each dwarf on the forehead (Grumpy was 2nd, who, smiling, blows her a kiss as his way of wishing her good luck after hearing her say, "Goodbye, Grumpy").
Although Glenn had plans to see his girlfriend in Brooklyn on that fateful August day, his enthusiasm took over when he locked eyes with the nurse.
She then went on to perform the character for the final two Harry Potter films, filmed in 2008-2009 and released in 2010 and 2011. While opinionated, and typically against change, Grumpy's mindset and views are shown to be able to change for the better, though the process for doing so proves to be lengthy. In "House of Turkey", after Mushu gives his speech about what he's thankful for and mentions the little people among others, referring to the dwarves, Grumpy says, "But we don't even know him". Dopey is so terrified upon entering the bedroom that, when he hears a noise coming from the beds, he screams and rushes downstairs. In "Dining Goofy", after Mickey announced Goofy's return to the position of head waiter, Goofy tripped and accidentally sent some food and a drink flying across the room, causing the mess that was dumped onto the dwarves.




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