Emma Watson is one of the finest actors in Hollywood at present and we are all excited to know what movies she is going to star in next.
Emma Watson has come a very long way since portraying the role of Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter franchise. Not only is she a world-renowned actress, but she is also a well-respected activist of women’s rights. While her fans would definitely love to see her in more movies, it seems like Watson wants to take things slow. Her movie 'Beauty and The Beast' was successful worldwide and after that, she spent a lot of time going around the world and speaking in public conferences making people aware of the injustices that still exist in this society. While all these works are admirable, fans still want to know what's next for her in terms of movies. So we have prepared a list of upcoming Emma Watson films scheduled to release either in 2019 and 2020.
Little Women has been adapted to the big screen countless times and the latest adaptation of the movie will see Emma Watson starring in the movie. Along with her, other actresses that are reported to be starring in the role are Meryl Streep, Laura Dern, Saoirse Ronan, Timothee Chalamet, and Florence Pugh. Emma Stone was supposed to be the lead actress in the movie but due to her other commitments, the role went to Emma Watson.
It was recently reported that Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to the book ‘Queen of the Terling’ a while back and now they are planning to turn it into a movie. This project piqued the interest of Emma Watson so much that she decided to co-produce the film, as well as play the leading role. Barely any information is known about the movie, but the synopsis of the book reads, "Princess Kelsea Raleigh Glynn must defeat the powers of the Red Queen, who is out to destroy her. She must journey to the royal castle to claim her throne, and is accompanied only by the loyal Queen’s Guard which is led by the mysterious Lazarus.”
Watson was named as the Global Goodwill Ambassador in the summer of 2014 and her work was focused on female empowerment and promoting education equality globally. Along with this, she also put together a rap in honor of International Women’s Day. She is also a huge supporter of J.K. Rowling’s charity Lumos. It is a non-profit organization that works to relocate orphans around the world from orphanages to families and aims to eradicate orphanages by 2050.
Watson traveled to Malawi in 2016 to meet with the chiefs and young girls who had been married as children. Statistics suggest that more than 33 percent of girls in third world countries will be married before they turn 18, and child marriage contributes to the cycle of poverty, and this makes it even more difficult for the girls to receive any kind of education after this. She is also the face of #heforshe campaign that was launched in 2014. She urged everyone to pursue feminism that firmly rejects man-hating.