Emma Watson is a smart and talented actress, so she might be a good person to get life advice from, no? For just $2, commuters making their way through New York’s Grand Central Station on Tuesday had the opportunity to do just that.
Watson — who stars as Belle in the upcoming live-action remake of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast — streamed live from an iPad at Grand Central Station, where writer and director Derek Blasberg tried to entice people walking by with a sign that said, “Advice from Emma Watson $2.”
The mini therapy sessions allowed lucky strangers to speak with the 26-year-old.
There is speculation that the interactive booth is part of the film, The Circle. The talented British actress appears alongside Tom Hanks in the movie, which explores the dark side of the digital age.
But Watson is also known for being a feminist. She took on the role of Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women, so perhaps the experiment has something to do with women’s rights? We’ll all have to wait and see.
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