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Rachel Bilson Pissed At Emma Watson & Bling Ring's Callous Critique Of Celeb Robbery Victims!

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The Bling Ring is flopping harder than a European soccer player, but not everyone is super sad about its lack of success!

Hart of Dixie star Rachel Bilson, for instance, was rubbed the wrong way by Sofia Coppola's film and we bet she's OK with it tanking!

Rachel was one of the Hollywood starlets terrorized by the real life Bling Ring and she recently told Cosmo UK that she found Emma Watson's re-enactment to be in bad taste!

The 31-year-old actress revealed:

“I thought it was weird to glorify something that was so upsetting for a lot of people. It’s important to detach from material things, but the special, personal things I lost are hard to forget.”

She makes a solid point!

While Rachel, Orlando Bloom, Audrina Patridge, Lindsay Lohan, and other burglarized celebs may not lose sleep over the financial toll these crimes took, it's important to remember they were still seriously victimized!

Their privacy was invaded, their personal belongings were taken, and their sanctuary was desecrated!

One Bling Ring member even used Rachel's restroom during a break-in!!!

Emma didn't commit the real life crimes, though. We're sure Rachel understands she was is doing her job!!

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23 comments to “Rachel Bilson Pissed At Emma Watson & Bling Ring's Callous Critique Of Celeb Robbery Victims!”

  1. Lauren says – reply to this


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    Where does she say anything about Emma Watson? Bilson is talking about the making of the film in general… She doesn't even allude to Watson at all in the quote.



  2. 2

    Then I guess Rachel will have to stick to rom-coms. She wouldn't want to be in any movie that has a murder in it, or a war movie, or a natural disaster movie. Movies with people loosing everything might be a bit more upsetting than a few rich people suffering through a B&E.

  3. Cris says – reply to this


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    Flop like a european soccer player???? You mean american, right? Nobody plays soccer worse than americans, LOL.

  4. bree says – reply to this


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    really? they make movies about the various wars were LIVES were lost and you were upset over them making this movie? oh shut up

  5. fid says – reply to this


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    Re: rosebud99 – My thoughts exactly. Rachel should be offended by every movie ever made. Even Pixar films contain sad situations.

  6. Elle says – reply to this


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    What a hypocrite. Hollywood "glorifies" everything. Noone cares about your poor little rich girl problems Rachel!

  7. Incognito says – reply to this


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    She doesn't mention Emma at all but the comment in general is ridiculous because we GLORIFY celebrities all the time. She starred in a TV show that glorified excessive lifestyles. I am reading the book right now. It isn't about glorifying this group of kids. It is discussing how kids have become obsessed with fame, celebrity and living that lifestyle. The Bling Ring stole to live the way these people did. They wanted to assume these identities. They actually come across incredibly self centered and manipulative. I never thought…oh they are so cool and these celebrities deserved it. I thought they were a bunch of shithead criminals.



  8. 8

    I think she's right. When we see a disaster movie, we are touched, might shed a tear. We might learn how to protect our own families, or get involved with the Red Cross. Getting robbed NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE, is not a laughing matter. You might have lost that wedding ring your mom gave you before she passed or that engraved watch given by your dad on graduation day. Those things can never be replaced. The way they advertised the movie to me was fun and comedic. It was being glorified. You guys obviously don't seem to mind, but there is nothing funny about a stranger breaking into my home, slithering through my personal, private space, and stealing my shit.

  9. Chester says – reply to this


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    Did she even watch the movie? Did any of you? The movie didn't glorify crime at all. In fact, it showed how shallow and pathetic these kids were. Maybe she took issue with the fact that it showed "celebrity" as being as shallow as it is as well.

  10. Incognito says – reply to this


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    Re: trinigirl123 – I haven't seen the movie but the book isn't lighthearted and comedic. It is a sad statement about our society. Fame and living the " lifestyle" are super important to kids these days. The bling ring stole purely for money and items to live the way they wanted too. I felt bad for the celebrities. They lost items that were irreplaceable. I even felt bad for Paris. And in the end, most of them went to jail.i don't know if the movie makes it seem like the famous people weren't victims because the book makes it clear they were.

  11. MrsLambert says – reply to this


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    Get over herself. How does she think real people feel about being portrayed in movies? Movies are no different than anyone else,

  12. Sarah says – reply to this


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    Re: Cris – The reference "Flop like a European soccer player" is not referring to their playing ability but their bad acting when someone even comes close to contacting them they flop down to the ground like they are terminally injured.



  13. 13

    Boo-Fuckity-Hoo Rachel Bilson

  14. gg says – reply to this


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    I have zero sympathy for her haha

  15. vipin says – reply to this


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    well watson is right for serious roll

  16. fawkes says – reply to this


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    is this girl serious? they make movies about everything; Pearl Harbor, The Titanic, etc. Those people lost something. This stupid btch is whining about ONE of her houses getting broken into and some sht stolen? She can fck off. We get it, you're a victim. Always.

  17. Jon says – reply to this


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    It really doesn't glorify these robberies though. It makes it very clear how incredibly stupid and shallow these teens were throughout the whole situation.

  18. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Interesting point Rachel makes; that they would do it from the perps side rather than make the movie about what suffering and fallout each victim went through. If the perps
    look shallow and crass, then it's kind of a self revealing character horror, but if it's not done correctly, idiots will actually empathize and identify with the thieving criminals.

  19. babyrach says – reply to this


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    Re: bree – i agree she should shut up she sounds like a brat

  20. anuk says – reply to this


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    Cry me a river!! I mean really. What is she whining about?! The movie is about celebs being robbed NOT murdered!

  21. Derek says – reply to this


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    Emma stands are ridiculous. It's pathetic that they go to such cruel extremes to defend her no matter what wrong she does or say.

  22. sumosmom says – reply to this


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    Who is Rachel Bilson anyway? the weird looking girl from that show with mischa barton? I think someone is jealous of Emma Watson's performance

  23. nau says – reply to this


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    Rachel who?