Below is all the photo additions I have made to the gallery in the past couple days! More Palo Alto premiere, visting Extra and Jimmy Kimmel! You can view captures from Jimmy Kimmel Live below and watch the episode here!
Emma arrives at Tribeca Film’s ‘Palo Alto‘ Premiere in Los Angeles on May 5, 2014. Check out HQ and MQ photos below, plus after party photos! Emma was seen visiting the Extra at Universal Studios Hollywood today (April 6) in LA. TV Reminder: Emma will be on Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight!
Emma was spotted out and about in LA on May 4th and 5th. Check out the candids below! Also Elle Canada twitter will be doing a live chat with Emma on Thursday (May 8th), details below! Emma will be making an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live tomorrow (May 6th)!
Did you follow along with our first ever live cover shoot with Emma Roberts? Millions of fans did! (Have you seen the covers yet? We love them.) Well, now we’re giving you another chance to connect with our fave young Hollywood star. We’re hosting a live interview with Roberts on Twitter this Thursday, May 8, at 2 p.m. EST. It’s going to be amazing!
Here’s how it works: Tweet your questions to @ElleCanada using the hashtag #ELLECanadaEmma, then follow our feed on Thursday at 2 p.m. as Emma answers your qs. We’ll be talking about fashion, her new movie Palo Alto, fame… and anything else you want to ask her.
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Contest! We’re giving away five InfinitiPRO by Conair Curl Secrets—an amazing styling tool that creates long-lasting curls in just a few minutes (approx value: $90)—for the best tweets! The winners will be chosen at the end of the 30-min chat.
Emma attended the premiere of ‘Palo Alto‘ at the San Francisco International Film Festival on May 3, 2014 in San Francisco, California. Check out a few photos below, keep checking for more additions! Check out new video additions here including new clip from Palo Alto!
Adapted from James Franco’s book of stories by the same name, this month’s Palo Alto is a portrait of suburban teen malaise. First-time director Gia Coppola and leading lady Emma Roberts tell us what it was like to revisit those angsty days.
Marie Claire: Gia, can you start by telling me how this film came to be, and how Emma got involved?
Gia Coppola: I met James, and he had his book of stories, and was looking for someone else to direct it. When I showed him my photography, I guess he thought I was the right fit. I’ve never really directed anything, only short films with my friends, but he believed in me. The casting: Emma just kind of kept popping into my life.
Emma Roberts: We just kept running into each other non-stop.
GC: I always say something was cosmically pushing us together. She was coming up in conversation, and she loved the book and the script, so it was really a good fit.
MC: Emma, had you read the book already when you heard it was being made into a movie?
ER: I bought it at Book Soup in L.A. the day it came out. I’m a big James Franco [fan] and I love to read. When I heard that they were making it into a movie, and that he was also going to be part of it, and Gia was, I thought that was interesting. I thought it was a really special, cool project.
MC: Emma, you play April, a high school senior who is simultaneously infatuated with her soccer coach (James Framco) and her classmate (Jack Kilmer). Were there elements of that character that you both related to?
ER: I remember when you’re a teenager and you’re right in the thick of it. Like, what does it all mean? Everything is the end of the world. It’s just a crazy time; once you get out of it you’re like, there’s something nice about that time.