February is premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival this weekend and a trailer has been released for it! Check it out below!
Emma is one of the cover stars for the October 2015 issue of Glamour magazine! I have added scans below! Check out a solo video interview then one with the other two cover stars below! Also added captures of them both.
As you can see there is a new look to the site! If not then try refreshing! Tell me your thoughts in the comment section. She will probably have many more photoshoots coming up for promotion of Scream Queens so this may not stay long 😉 I am going to change gallery and video look sometime soon. I added two new Aerie shots to the gallery! Emma and Evan Peters were spotted shopping on September 4th in LA.
Check out the first still of Emma in February which will be premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 12th! Check out stills from the two-hour special premiere of Scream Queens on September 22nd! I have added candids of Emma arriving at LAX today (September 4). Also check out a cute behind the scene look of Emma Aerie shoot here along with captures in the gallery. New Instagram additions!
The Scream Queens opening credits debut today, check out the video below along with captures! Don’t have your volume full blast! Also check out other photo additions below!
The creator, Ryan Murphy, of Scream Queens along with Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma discuss the show. Check out a great article below from Variety and photoshoot!
“Chaos!” shouts Brad Falchuk, one of the creators of “Scream Queens,” who’s on the New Orleans set directing what will be the fifth episode of the Fox comedy-horror series. “I want more chaos.”
The actors are all gathered in the luxurious living-room set of the show’s Kappa Kappa Tau sorority house, and Falchuk wants them to react with unbridled outrage to the news that Dean Cathy Munsch, as embodied by series star Jamie Lee Curtis, will be cancelling the college’s planned Halloween celebration. Seems there’s a killer on the loose on campus, and no one knows when he or she is going to strike next.
If this sounds a bit like Chief Brody closing the beach in “Jaws” — well, score one for the creative team behind “Scream Queens.”
As conceived by mastermind Ryan Murphy, the 15-episode series, debuting next month, aims to send up the classic horror genre while delivering a heavy dose of laughs. Take “Heathers,” sprinkle in some “Mean Girls,” combine it with “Halloween” and a liberal dose of “Friday the 13th” — and you’ve got the formula for “Scream Queens.”
This is so awesome! Check out the article and photoshoot/behind the scenes photos below!
This fall, intimates and loungewear brand Aerie continues to challenge supermodel standards by adding one more unretouched beauty to their #AerieREAL campaign, Scream Queens actress Emma Roberts. Shot by photographer Ali Mitton and styled by Britt and Kara Smith, the campaign’s photos capture Emma’s authentic beauty, playful spirit and REAL self. From listening to music in cozy plaids and boy briefs to lounging in a blanket scarf and romantic lace bralette, Emma models her favorite bras, undies and more from Aerie’s fall and holiday collections and offers an inside look into her everyday life. The campaign debuts in stores and online nationwide September 3, 2015 and continues through Holiday.
“Partnering with Aerie was a natural fit for me because #AerieREAL is a message I personally identify with, particularly being in an industry that is quick to judge flaws,” says Emma Roberts. “I feel so honored to be part of a movement that reassures women that real doesn’t mean flawed – real is sexy, real is cool.”
Roberts joins the cast of #AerieREAL girls Iskra Lawrence, Eli Almeida, Ally Walsh and Annie McGinty, whom have proudly shown their real selves for Aerie Real, a bold movement that promotes loving your REAL self by refusing to retouch its models. Aerie invites customers to join the conversation and share what makes them #AerieREAL for a chance to be featured on AerieReal.com.
“Emma is the kind of girl our Aerie girls would be friends with. Her social media invites her fans in to her everyday life in a way they relate to,” comments Jennifer Foyle, Aerie Brand President. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to have Emma join the new chapter of #AerieREAL to help promote body-positivity and encourage the celebration of reality over fantasy.”