You can watch Emma’s appearance on the Queen Latifah show on May 21, here! Also captures below plus some behind the scene photos! Emma was spotted having lunch at Kings Road Cafe and going to Arclight theater in Hollywood with Evan Peters on May 20th. Check out the photos below!
Below are the latest photo additions! Emma will be filming for The Queen Latifah Show tomorrow you can find ticket info here if in the area, the episode won’t air til May 21st.
Candids >> 2014 >> shops at Reformation on Melrose (5/16)
Candids >> 2014 >> spotted at hair salon and Pressed Juicery in LA (5/15)
MQ >> Appearances&Events >> 2014 >> Palo Alto – after party (5/5)
MQ >> Appearances&Premieres >> 2014 >> Premiere Of Tribeca Film’s “Palo Alto” (5/5)
Photoshoots >> 2014 >> Tribeca Film Festival – Palo Alto portraits (4/24)
Candids >> 2014 >> shops at The Henri Bendel flagship store in New York (5/14)
Candids >> 2014 >> shopping at Whole Foods in LA (5/8)
Misc. >> Official Twitter/Instagram Photos
Misc. >> Random Twitter/Instagram Photos
Also new to Bankside’s growing slate is comedy-drama Ashby set to star Mickey Rourke, Nat Wolff, Emma Roberts and Sarah Silverman. CAA and UTA rep North America.
Writer-director Tony McNamara’s script charts the relationship between a high school student (Wolff) and a retired CIA assassin (Rourke) who only has months to live.
Producers are Kevin McCormick, Rory Koslow, Josh Kesselman, Compton Ross and Phil Hunt.
Principal photography will commence on June 16 in North Carolina for five weeks.
Emma made an appearance on Late night with Seth Meyers on May 12, below are captures and you can watch it here! She also stopped by the Today show on May 13, captures are below and you can watch here!
Emma will be appearing on Late Night with Seth Meyers tonight (May 12) on NBC, check local listings for times! Check out two interviews below Emma did to promote Palo Alto …
The teens are lost, the adults are wrecks, and everyone is grasping for some meaning in Gia Coppola’s feature debut Palo Alto, based on James Franco’s 2010 collection of interconnected short stories of upper middle class teenage angst.
Emma Roberts stars as the heartbreaking April, a quiet teen who catches the leering gaze of her adult soccer coach, played with unsettling charisma by Franco. As April navigates the increasingly inappropriate attention and escalating physicality of her relationship with Mr. B, her classmates drift in and out of trouble, parties, and desperation in Coppola’s dreamy portrait of this grim, privileged suburb.
EW got a chance to speak to Roberts and Coppola about the film, Franco material, and how they reimagined some of the more intense scenes for the big screen. Check it out after the jump. (There are some slight spoilers.)
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Hi, thanks for taking a few minutes to talk to us.
GIA COPPOLA: Emma, hi! I didn’t realize you were on this call too.
EMMA ROBERTS: Oh, hey!
Can we talk about your character April?
EMMA: I found her really interesting just because she’s so opposite me. She’s much more of an observer and a listener. She’s not the social girl in high school. I was definitely the social girl.
GIA: I always loved the story “April in Three Parts” because it was always very romantic and sweet that these two kids liked each other but are just being pulled in opposite directions. What was so interesting about James’ writing is that he was really able to tap into a young girl’s emotions so well.
EMMA: He really did!
GIA: He articulated how I felt when I was that age and all those insecurities. It was pretty much all there. Obviously I was working with short stories, so at times I kind of used my own experiences, but I think she’s a combination of all of our experiences. Of course Emma made her come to life.
EMMA: That’s what made it so fun. It was a nice collaboration of what me, James, Gia, and all the other actors felt and experienced when we were younger.