Don't tell Harry Potter, but it looks like Hermione Granger is all grown up.
For her role in Sofia Coppola's new movie, Bling Ring — in which she plays one of the teens who infamously burglarized celebrity homes (including Lindsay Lohan, Rachel Bilson, and Paris Hilton) — Emma Watson can be seen pole dancing. The clip shows the 22-year-old British actress making use of the infamous "night club" room in Hilton's Beverly Hills home. And because naturally every good night club has to have a stripper pole, watch as the British star (dressed in cut-off denim shorts and red heels) hops up on the table and gives her friends a show.
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Watch the clip below and share your thoughts on her skills in the comment section below. Bling Ring is slated to hit theaters on June 14.
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In the realm of cinema, especially in the major awards circuit, there is one category that often gets shafted to the background: animation. With the assigned stigma that an animated movie is necessarily childlike and uncomplicated, animated pictures rarely get the respect they deserve come Oscar season. But thankfully, there is the Annie Awards, an institution that turns 40 this year.
The International Animated Film Association's award enterprise has announced its nominations for achievements in the year 2012. Recognized above all are the far-reaching greats of the year: Pixar's majestic adventure Brave, the video game celebration of Wreck-It Ralph, and the respective claymation love-letters to horror cinema of the 1950s and early 1980s: Tim Burton's Frankenweenie and ParaNorman. Check out the complete list of nominees below. Best Animated Feature Brave Frankenweenie Hotel Transylvania ParaNorman Rise of the Guardians The Pirates! Band of Misfits The Rabbi’s Cat Wreck-It Ralph Annie Award for Best Animated Special Production Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 Before Orel – Trust Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem Disney Tron: Uprising – Beck’s Beginning Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury Justice League: Doom Best Animated Short Subject Brad and Gary Bydlo Eyes on the Stars Goodnight Mr. Foot Kali the Little Vampire Maggie Simpson in ‘The Longest Daycare’ Paperman The Simpsons Best General Audience Animated TV Production For Preschool Children Bubble Guppies - ‘A Tooth on the Looth’ Chuggington - ‘Magnetic Wilson’ Jake & The Never Land Pirates - ‘Peter Pan Returns’ Doc McStuffins - ‘The Right Stuff’ Justin Time - ‘Marcello’s Meatballs' Best Animated Television Production For Children Adventure Time- ‘Princess Cookie’ Dragons: Riders of Berk- ‘How to Pick Your Dragon’ LEGO Star Wars- ‘The Empire Strikes Out’ Penguins of Madagascar -‘Action Reaction’ SpongeBob SquarePants -‘It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!’ The Amazing World of Gumball -‘The Job’. The Fairly OddParents- ‘Farm Pit’ The Legend of Korra- ‘Welcome to Republic City’/’A Leaf in the Wind’ Best General Audience Animated Television Production Archer - ‘Space Race, Part 1’ Bob’s Burgers- ‘Earsy Rider’ Motorcity- ‘Blond Thunder’ MAD - ‘FrankenWinnie/ParaMorgan’ Robot Chicken- ‘DC Comics Special’ South Park -‘Raising the Bar’ Animated Video Game Borderlands 2 Family Guy – Back to the Mutiverse Journey Skullgirls Best Student Film Can We Be Happy Now– Tahnee Gehm Defective Detective– Avner Geller & Steve Lewis Head Over Heels– Timothy Reckart I Am Tom Moody– Ainslie Henderson Ladies Knight– Joseph Rothenberg Origin– Jessica Poon The Ballad of Poisonberry Pete– Karen Sullivan Tule Lake– Michelle Ikemoto Animated Effects in an Animated Production Andrew Nawrot, Joe Gorski, Grant Laker - ParaNorman Andrew Schneider - Ice Age: Continental Drift Andy Hayes, Carl Hooper, David Lipton - Rise of the Guardians Bill Watral, Chris Chapman, Dave Hale, Keith Klohn, Michael K. O’Brien - Brave Brett Albert - Wreck-It Ralph Jihyun Yoon - Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted Joel Aron - Star Wars: The Clone Wars Animated Effects in a Live Action Production Jerome Platteaux, John Sigurdson, Ryan Hopkins, Raul Essig, Mark Chataway - The Avengers Stephen Marshall, Joseph Pepper, Dustin Wicke - The Amazing Spider-Man Sue Rowe, Simon Stanley-Clamp, Artemis Oikonomopoulou, Holger Voss, Nikki Makar, Catherine Elvidge - John Carter Willi Geiger, Rick Hankins, Florent Andorra, Florian Witzel, Aron Bonar - Battleship Character Animation in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Dan Driscoll - SpongeBob SquarePants: It’s a SpongeBob Christmas! Jennifer Dickie - Justin Time: Yodel Odel Day Keith Kellogg - Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Revenge Forrest Savelen - SpongeBob SquarePants: It’s a SpongeBob Christmas! Shi Zimu - Dragons: Riders of Berk Sihanouk Marinona - Before Orel: Trust Teri Yam - Dragons: Riders of Berk Yan Jiazhuang - Dragons: Riders of Berk Character Animation in a Feature Production Dan Nguyen - Brave David Pate - Rise of the Guardians Jaime Landes - Brave Phillppe LeBrun - Rise of the Guardians Pierre Perifel - Rise of the Guardians Travis Hathaway - Brave Travis Knight - ParaNorman Will Becher - The Pirates! Band of Misfits Character Animation in a Live Action Production Erik de Boer, Amanda Dague, Matt Brown, Mary Lynn Machado, Aaron Grey - Life of Pi (Orangutan) Erik de Boer, Matt Shumway, Brian Wells, Vinayak Pawar, Michael Holzl - Life of Pi (Tiger) Jakub Pistecky, Maia Kayser, Scott Benzu, Steve King, Kiran Bhat - The Avengers Mike Beaulieu, Roger Vizard, Atushi Sato, Jackie Kochler, Derek Esparza, Richard Smith, Mac Tyrie - The Amazing Spider-Man Character Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Andy Bialk - Dragons: Riders of Berk: Alvin and the Outcasts Andy Suriano - DC Nation-Plastic Man: The Many and the Fowl Bryan Konietzko, Joaquim Dos Santos, Ryu Ki-Hyun, Kim Il Kwang, Kim Jin Sun - The Legend of Korra: Welcome to Republic City “C” Raggio IV - Kick Buttowski: Petrified Derrick Wyatt, Chap Yaep, Steven Choi - Ben 10: Omniverse: The More Things Change, Pt. 2 Gordon Hammond - T.U.F.F. Puppy: Dudley Do-Wrong Robert Valley - Disney Tron: Uprising: The Renegade, Part I Thaddeus Paul Cauldron - Secret Mountain Fort Awesome: Secret Mountain Uncle Grandpa Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Bill Schwab, Lorelay Bove, Cory Loftis, Minkyu Lee - Wreck-It Ralph Carlos Grangel - Hotel Transylvania Carter Goodrich - Hotel Transylvania Craig Kellman - Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Heidi Smith - ParaNorman Yarrow Cheney, Eric Guillon, Colin Stimpson - Dr. Seuss' The Lorax Directing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Howie Parkins - Jake and The Never Land Pirates: Peter Pan Returns! John Eng - Dragons: Riders of Berk: Animal House Mark Cabalero, Seamus Walsh - SpongeBob SquarePants: Its a Spongebob Christmas Mic Graves - The Amazing World of Gumball: The Job Michael Chang - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Never Say Xever Zack Keller - Dick Figures: Kung Fu Winners Directing in an Animated Feature Production Genndy Tartakovsky - Hotel Transylvania Johan Sfar, Antoine Delesvaux - The Rabbi's Cat Remi Bezancon, Jean-Christophe Lie - Zarafa Rick Moore - Wreck-It Ralph Sam Fell, Chris Butler - ParaNorman Music in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Adam Berry - Penquins of Madagascar: Private and the Winky Factory Alf Clausen - The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXIII Frederik Wiedmann - Green Lantern The Animated Series: Into the Abyss Guy Moon - T.U.F.F. Puppy: Really Big Mission John Paesano - Dragons: Riders of Berk: How to Pick Your Dragon Michael Rubin - Bubble Guppies: Bubble Puppy's Fin-tastic Fairytale! Music in an Animated Feature Production Alexandre Desplat - Rise of the Guardians Bruce Retief - Adventures in Zambezia Henry Jackman - Wreck-It Ralph Joel McNeely, Brendan Milburn, Valerie Vigoda - Secret of the Wings John Powell, Adam Schlesinger, Ester Dean - Ice Age: Continental Drift John Powell, Cinco Paul - Dr. Seuss' The Lorax Mark Mothersbaugh - Hotel Transylvania Patrick Doyle, Mark Andrews, Alex Mandel - Brave Production Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Alberto Mielgo - Tron: Uprising: The Stranger Ian Worrel - Gravity Falls – Tourist Trapped Lynna Blankenship, Sean Coons, Hugh Macdonald, Debbie Peterson, Charles Ragins, Lance Wilder, Darrel Bowen, John Krause, Kevin Moore, Brent M. Bowen, Brice Mallier, Steven Fahey, Dima Malanitchev, Karen Bauer, Eli Balser, Anne Legge - The Simpsons: Moe Goes From Rags to Riches Nick Jennings, Martin Ansolebehere, Sandra Calleros, Ron Russell, Santino Lascano, Derek Hunter, Catherine E. Simmonds - Adventure Time – The Hard Easy Peter Martin, Chris Grine, Ira Baker, Ramon Olivera, Scott Brown - hoops & yo yo's Haunted Halloween Scott Brandon James, Lee Keith - Justin Time: The Rubbery Dumplings Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Kendal Cronkhite-Shaindlin, Shannon Jeffries, Lindsey Olivares, Kenard Pak - Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Marcello Vignali - Hotel Transylvania Nash Dunnigan, Arden Chen, Jon Townley, Kyle McNaughton - Ice Age: Continental Drift Nelson Lowry, Ross Stewart, Pete Oswald, Ean McNamara, Trevor Dalmer - ParaNorman Norman Garwood, Matt Berry - The Pirates! 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Looks like we won't be the only ones returning to work on Monday. The cast of ABC's Modern Family has finally reached an agreement on their new salaries.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the lawsuit initially brought on by the six leads — Ty Burrell, Sofia Vergara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Julie Bowen and Ed O'Neill (who had a separate contract, but joined in on the lawsuit as a way to show his cast mates support) — was dropped after months of negotiations.
On Friday, Century Fox TV finally agreed to increase the actor's salaries from $65,000 an episode to a figure ranging in the $170,000-180,000 range. The quintet was initially requesting $200,000, and the ongoing dispute caused the first table read of the season to be postponed. But now that the negotiations have ended and the lawsuit dropped, filming on season four will resume on Monday.
We're just hoping that the new season has more surprises than the settled suit. Everyone involved knew that ABC was never going to watch on as the Family broke up. Especially after five of the six actors — Stonestreet excluded — were just nominated for an Emmy in the Best Supporting Actor/Actress in a Comedy Series category.
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It's not what it sounds like. Really. Sofia Vergara's 19-year-old son, Manolo did film his Modern Family mom wearing only a diamond choker, strapless leather bustier, and fishnet stockings, but the sexy get-up was for her movie role in next year's sequel to 2010's Machete. And the video is for an episode of his new YouTube series, Mi Vida Con Toty (translation: My Life with Toty — "Toty" being his mom's nickname), which gives a look at his life with his famous mother.
In the video, Manolo takes viewers behind-the-scenes of the Robert Rodriguez sequel, Machete Kills, where his mom will play a Mexican madam named "Maneater". The sequel — which once again stars Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba, and Michelle Rodriguez — follows Machete, who has been given a mission by the President of the United States (played by Charlie Sheen!) to take down a Mexican cartel leader who is threatening to fire a missile on the U.S.
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The annual White House Correspondents Dinner — now more appropriately dubbed the Oscars of politics — was held in the nation's capital on Saturday. It's here where Hollywood mixes with politics and lobbyists, the same people host Jimmy Kimmel calls "everything that is wrong with America." But it wasn't just Kimmel (the chaperone of the night as President Obama called him) who was cracking jokes. The Leader of the Free World took on political opponent Mitt Romney (labeling him a snob for having not one Harvard degree like him, but two) and even reality-TV star Kim Kardashian who was in the audience with her date for the night, her mom. While this year's roasting took some potentially sensitive subjects head on, like the Secret Service scandal in Colombia, the evening was kept in good fun and self-deprecating laughter.
Here are the night's 10 best jokes…
10. KIMMEL: There are a lot of very big celebrities here with us tonight. Uggie is here. Uggie is the dog from the movie The Artist. Uggie is amazing. He can roll over on command. He's a Democrat.
9. KIMMEL: They say diplomacy is a matter of carrots and sticks, and since Mrs. Obama got to the White House, so is dinner.
8. KIMMEL: Mr. President, I know you won't be able to laugh at any of my jokes about the Secret Service, so cover your ears — if that's physically possible.
7. KIMMEL: They told me this would be a very high profile event with some of the most powerful people in the world. They did not tell me I would be looking directly into Sofia Vergara's cleavage. Sophia is from Colombia, this is what women look like in Colombia. What do you expect the Secret Service to do?
6. OBAMA: I guess Governor Romney is feeling pretty good about things because he took a few hours off the other day to see The Hunger Games. It's a movie about people who court wealthy sponsors and then brutally savage each other until only one contestant is left standing. I'm sure this was a really great change of pace for him.
5. OBAMA: Seriously, what am I doing here? I'm the President of the United States, and I'm opening for Jimmy Kimmel? … Why am I telling knock-knock jokes to Kim Kardashian? What is she famous for, anyway?
4. KIMMEL: If you don't win the raffle, remember, you can still win dinner with George [Clooney] himself — if you are a 6'1 blonde with a perfect body.
3. OBAMA: Four years ago I looked like this [picture of Obama smiling]. Today I look like this [picture of Obama frowning]. And four years from now, I will look like this [picture of Morgan Freeman]. That's not even funny!
2. KIMMEL: [American Airlines pilot who safely landed in the Hudson River after a flock of geese hit the plane] Sully Sullenberger. Where is Sully Sullenberger? I met him outside. Sully, would you do us a favor? Would you mind driving Lindsay Lohan home? And make sure you don't run into a goose, especially a Grey Goose.
1. KIMMEL: As we know now last year at this dinner Obama had his team on the way to kill Osama bin Laden. So who will it be this year? If you are looking for the biggest threat to America right now, she is right there. Her name is Kim Kardashian. She was captured by Greta van Susteren and brought right to your doorstep. You know when you took office the Kardashian's had one reality show, now they have four. This is not a good trend.
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