You asked the questions, and now, we’re here to give you the answers from our exclusive with… Emma Watson! As you can probably tell, we’re all about The Perks of Being a Wallflower, so when we interviewed the all-star cast — including Nina Dobrev! — we made sure not to leave anything out. This time around, we got Emma to reveal everything from her first-kiss story (which was “tongue-y” and “dishwasher”-like, WTF?) and writing books, to transitioning from Harry Potter‘s Hermione to Perks’ Sam and the hardest word she had to say in an American English accent. (HINT: She mentions the word a few times on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.)

Watch the interview with Emma above, along with her Perks director, Stephen Chbosky, and be sure to get more details on Emma’s character right here. Oh, and check out the movie when it hits theaters this Friday, September 21! P.S. Stay tuned for the rest of our interviews with the Perks cast coming soon!

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4 Responses to "Emma Watson Talks About Her “Very Tongue-y” First Kiss in ‘Perks’ Interview with Director Stephen Chbosky"

    April says:

    one time i very nearly walked into emma watson (i was about 1″ away from her before we both “swerved” on the sidewalk. i was like “where do i know that person from???” this took place on thayer street in providence ri (probably during her time as a student at Brown) — after it registered to me who she was and where i knew her from, i was like “wow, that was weird” and really just amazed that she was more tiny than me (i am a pretty small person)- i also saw her one other time – same road only the next time i saw her she had a boyish hair cut and was running up the road with a cute guy. yep! well that’s it about my emma watson experiences. she is adorable and a good actress.

    Nevicx says:

    Do we have a choice but to believe her

    Emily says:

    Loved the interview! :D Excited for the others :)

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