Emma Watson certainly doesn't look her age — just ask security officials at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport.
The Harry Potter actress, 22, was stopped at a passport checkpoint over the holidays by agents who thought she was an unaccompanied minor and was asked where her parents were, she recounted on Twitter.
Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller
It's shocking that it's taken so long for Stephen Chbosky's 1999 novel to hit the big screen, but that day is finally here! Perks of Being a Wallflower was released Friday.
Set in a 1991 Pittsburgh suburb, the coming-of-age story focuses on Charlie (Logan Lerman), a shy high school freshman struggling to fit in while hiding a secret from his past. Seniors Sam (Emma Watson) and her gay stepbrother Patrick (Ezra Miller) take the young outcast under their wings and help him find his place.
Emma Watson has traded in her wand (and British accent) to be a wallflower.
The Harry Potter alum — along with new co-stars Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller — introduced the first trailer for Perks of Being a Wallflower at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night. (Move over, Ron and Harry!)
Based on the critically acclaimed novel by Stephen Chbosky, Perks stars...
Emma Watson and Justin Beiber
Emma Watson and Justin Bieber had the most influential haircuts of 2011, according to The Wall Street Journal.
"Hairstylists are being inundated with requests for pixie cuts and the Bieber swish. The enthusiasm plays out online, where the fastest-rising searches for celebrity haircuts on Google are for Ms. Watson and Mr. Bieber," the magazine writes.
Chris Hemsworth, Lucy Hale, Charlie Sheen
For both Charlie Sheen and Twitter, 2011 was the year of the tiger (blood).
Both Sheen and the stuff he says runs through his veins made Twitter's list of hot topics for 2011. Sheen, who had a busy year after being fired from Two and a Half Men, is listed as the No. 1 most talked about actor, followed by...
Ezra Miller and Sarah Hyland
What do Pretty Little Liars, The Vampire Diaries, Twilight, The Lying Game and The Hunger Games have in common? They're all popular young-adult novels getting adapted for the screen.
Populazzi is the latest in the genre — Disney starlet Bella Thorne, among others, has been tweeting about it. The novel follows Cara, the new girl who, with the help of her best friend, attempts to climb the social ladder.
Selena Gomez & The Scene
With five wins each, Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift received more trophies than any other individuals at the Teen Choice Awards.
Gomez was named Choice TV Actress (for Wizards of Waverly Place) and Choice Female Hottie. With her band, the Scene, Gomez also picked up the Choice Music: Group, Choice Music: Single (for "Who Says") and Choice Music: Love Song (for "Love You Like a Love Song") plaudits. Swift, meanwhile, was named Choice Music: Female Artist, Choice Music: Female Country Artist, Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon: Female, in addition to picking up awards for Choice Music: Country Single ("Mean") and Choice Break-Up Song ("Back to December")...
Pretty Little Liars
ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars and Switched at Birth lead the second wave of Teen Choice Awards nominations with five nods each.
The two will go head to head in the Choice Summer TV Show category, and compete against Keeping Up with the Kardashians, So You Think You Can Dance and Teen Wolf. Liars' Troian Bellisario and Lucy Hale (who won last year) are also up for Choice Summer TV Star: Female along with Switched at Birth's Vanessa Marano, Teen Wolf's Crystal Reed and State of Georgia's Raven-Symoné.
Emma Watson, Dave Letterman
Emma Watson felt the heat of David Letterman's hot seat Monday night when the host repeatedly grilled her about her alcohol use during her appearance on Late Show. In this clip, Watson attempts to squirm her way out of a discussion stemming from her Harry Potter co-star Daniel Radcliffe's recent admission that he's battled with alcohol abuse. She finally admits...
With the final installment of Harry Potter out in theatres Friday, it's easy to forget just how far the wizard has come.
The video below takes us through time starting when Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) first hears the words, "You're a wizard." Soon he's accepted into the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry where he meets best friends Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) and Ron Weasely (Rupert Grint). Watching the montage, which shows bits from each of the seven films, Radcliffe, Watson and Grint grow from unknown kids playing wizards-in-training to bona fide movie stars whose characters are tasked with saving the world.