I added a bunch of new pictures from “The Help” press conference to the gallery. You’ll find new 06 HQ and 40 MQ pictures in it.
A bunch of “The Help” stills featuring Emma were released last night, and I added it to the gallery. Check it:
I added scans of July issue of Elle magazine, which Emma graciously covered. Check it:
Emma Stone and “Easy A” have been nominated at the 2011 Teen Choice Awards! In order for Emma and the movie to win, the fans must vote at www.teenchoiceawards.com. You can vote everyday.
Choice Movie: Romantic Comedy
– “Easy A”
– “Just Go With It”
– “Life As We Know It”
– “No Strings Attached”
– “Something Borrowed”
Choice Movie Actress: Romantic Comedy
– Jennifer Aniston, “Just Go With It”
– Ginnifer Goodwin, “Something Borrowed”
– Natalie Portman, “No Strings Attached”
– Emma Roberts, “The Art of Getting By”
– Emma Stone, “Easy A”
The awards show on will air Sunday, August 7th on FOX!
The Mississippi premiere of “The Help” will be July 30 in Madison.
That’s a change from what director Tate Taylor said he was hoping to do. Much of the movie was filmed in Greenwood, and Taylor told the local leaders in May that he intended to screen the movie there before its Aug. 12 release. Greenwood no longer has a movie theater.
Several scenes were also shot in Jackson, which is the city where Kathryn Stockett’s best-selling novel took place. The movie explores the relationships between black maids and their white employers, with the emergence of the 1960s civil rights movement.
The movie co-stars Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Bryce Dallas Howard and Octavia Spencer.
The screening will take place at Malco Grandview in Madison. The details are still be worked out and should be announced in the next few days, organizers said. – Source
The press conference for “The Help” was held last June 29th, and the first pictures has surfaced. I added 10 pictures of it in our gallery:
I’ve added 122 new HQ pictures of Emma attending the “MTV Movie Awards” last month. Check it:
THR reported that DreamWorks and Disney are moving up the release of The Help by two days, from Aug. 12 to Aug. 10. The switch means the film, based on Kathryn Stockett’s runaway best seller, will open on a Wednesday. By going out midweek, DreamWorks hopes to capitalize on strong word-of-mouth.
DreamWorks has begun screening the film in earnest to various groups, and reports great reaction.
Disney will distribute the film through its Touchstone label. The Help was fully produced and financed by DreamWorks and Participant Media.