Emma Watson was debating between continuing as an actress after Harry Potter, but she's been vocal about how 'Perks of Being A Wallflower' changed her outlook on her career and her life. She's since filmed movie after movie, somehow finding time to also finish her degree at Brown University.
With her wrapping up her undergraduate degree this year, will she pick up her film career? There's no question that she's still managed to carve a niche for herself in the notoriously difficult Hollywood, especially with so many competitors for each great female role in Hollywood. With 'Bling Ring' and 'Perks' getting made solely on her name, Emma's proven that she's not here to really be taken lightly.
However, none of these films have done as well as 'Noah', which has been Emma's first big hit since the Harry Potter films wrapped. Industry analysts have credited Emma's social media output as a large season for youngsters' interest in Noah and one of the reasons the film opened so high, despite not being a typical blockbuster or sequel.
Now that Noah's promotion has completed, Emma's back at work - this time, alongside Ethan Hawke for a film called 'Regression'. While the film doesn't seem to contain a high concept log line nor is it any way fantasy/sci-fi related, Emma's involvement definitely suggests that there's more to the movie than meets the eye. After all, she's been extremely selective when it comes to her roles, so no doubt, the film probably has a great script and great story.
With the increased buzz surrounding the film, especially with Emma's casting, will the film soar to the box office heights of her 'Noah'? Or is this too early to actually be debating the box office potential of a film that just began filming? We'll have to wait until August of 2015 to find out.