Bonnie Wright for Haute Muse July 2011


20 year old Bonnie Wright is barely recognizable on the latest cover of Haute Muse sporting plum lips and dark eyeshadows (fellow Harry Potter cast, Emma Watson also sporting the same lips on the latest cover of Vogue). Yes, that cute Ginny Weasley is all grown up now…

The former cover girl of Asos will be visiting us here in Jakarta, Indonesia, along with her co-stars Freddie Stroma (he played Cormac McLaggen in Harry Potter series), James D’Arcy (Age of Heroes) and ( Daryl Sabara (Spy Kids franchise) for her latest movie, The Philosophers.

We have a little detail for the movie directed by John Huddles and scheduled to be released on August 06th 2012 from IMDb: “At an international school in Jakarta, a philosophy teacher challenges his class of twenty graduating seniors to choose which ten of them would take shelter underground and reboot the human race in the event of a nuclear apocalypse.”

Bonnie, who is engaged to Twilight star Jamie Campbell-Bower said recently: ‘I’m off in Indonesia to film the movie. It’s set in an international school in Jakarta, and it’s about this philosophy class. The film takes this amazing turn where it becomes a psychological thriller. So, the character I’m playing is outgoing, and she’s quite fashion-forward and quite cool in the classroom, but she’s very outspoken, so I’m very excited about that because Ginny was always quiet.’

Image and quote via Daily Mail.


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