Emma Watson has taken home the first prize for an actor that does not regard their gender.Read the full story ›
The MTV’s annual Movie and TV Awards is going "gender neutral" and scrapping individual acting categories for male and female performers.Read the full story ›
The Harry Potter actress set up an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands - but insists it was for privacy, not tax reasons.Read the full story ›
Emma Watson has been accused of exploiting the death of Harry Potter co-star Alan Rickman in vicious Twitter messages.Read the full story ›
Emma Watson has revealed she was "raging" after a website threatened to release nude pictures of her online.Read the full story ›
A website which originally claimed to have nude pictures of Emma Watson, and then retracted their claim as a hoax to "draw attention to the threat of 4chan" on the internet is now being reported as a spamming site.
The Independent reported that the website, run by "Rantic Marketing", is an intricate hoax itself, as the company does not appear to exist, but has been linked to previous online hoaxes, where rumours were spread on the internet in order to bring traffic a particular site.
A website which appeared to threaten the release of naked pictures of Emma Watson now claims to be defending celebrities' privacy.Read the full story ›
A website is threatening the release of hacked nude pictures of Emma Watson, reportedly in response to her speech on gender equality.Read the full story ›
British actress Emma Watson called for more feminists in society and called upon men to promote gender equality in a speech at the weekend.Read the full story ›
Emma Watson has tweeted a picture of herself in fits of hysterics outside a closed restaurant as part of a social media campaign against comments made by the Turkish deputy PM.
Watson, who was recently announced as the UN Goodwill Ambassador for women, joined the thousands who posted pictures of themselves laughing in defiance of comments made by the politician Bülent Arinç.
In a speech to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid, Arinc called for women to be "chaste", know the difference between public and private, and "should not laugh in public".