Still shocked from Erin Moran's death late last night.
She was just 56 years old.
On the talk show Skavlan, the Beauty and the Beast actress told a story about how Trump had called her in her trailer while she was filming Primary Colors — more on that later — and offered her more "comfortable" accommodations.
When Emma had failed to grasp the thrust of the future president's offer, she says he got more straightforward:
"'Well, you know, I think we would get on very well. Maybe we could have dinner sometime.' I didn't know what to do with myself!"
Obviously, she did — she's a woman of culture and taste, so she said NO.
And that was the end of the story, as far as Emma was concerned. You can watch the delightful star tell it all (below).
We're knee deep in the age of live-action Disney remakes, with the studio delivering hit-or-miss adaptations to cash in on the nostalgia cravings audiences are having these days.
Even though the trailers and music for Beauty and the Beast were beyond stunning, we still didn't want to get our hopes up that the latest version could match the magic of the Oscar-winning animated classic.
Lo and behold, critics felt the same way, noting that while the movie had many magical moments, the CG wasn't as spellbinding as the OG!
While critics were charmed by the film's modern updates — including more fleshed out characters (like Josh Gad's gay LeFou and a more feminist Belle courtesy of Emma Watson) and beautifully intricate sequences — the live action take just can't hold a candle (played by Ewan McGregor) to the animated magic Disney is known for.
Still, that doesn't mean Beauty and the Beast wasn't enjoyable (it's currently at 74% on Rotten Tomatoes) — just don't expect to fall in love as quickly as Belle falls for her furry captor!
Want to see what the critics thought? Be Our Guest and read the review roundup (below)!
We've been looking forward to Disney's live action Beauty & The Beast ever since it was announced — especially knowing it would use the animated version's classic songs!
So do Emma Watson and Dan Stevens pull off Belle and Prince Adam? Is the magic there??
Watch the first trailer (above), then be our guest and let us know what you think!
While the first two Bridget Jones movies had their fair share of raunchy comedy, the third film of the franchise definitely seems the most filthy… and we LOVE it!
The second trailer for Bridget Jones's Baby dropped on Tuesday, and for this second trimester of marketing, Universal is definitely pushing the love triangle angle of it all.
Plus, who doesn't love a tasteful gay joke to close out a video?? LOLz!
This is gonna be one mother of a movie!
Ch-ch-check out the second trailer for Bridget Jones's Baby (above)!!!
We love seeing celebs band together to talk about a serious cause.
In a video for the upcoming NBC event, which helps raise funds to fight kids' poverty, a slew of A-listers (literally) finish each other's sentences all while promoting a good cause.
Other stars who pop up include Chloë Grace Moretz, Kristen Bell, Liam Neeson, Anna Kendrick,Lena Dunham, Vince Vaughn, Tracy Morgan, and Will Ferrell — while A-listers like Emma Thompson, Celine Dion, and Julianne Moore barely say a word!
And no charity video would be complete without Bono stopping by at the end to give a serious look! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the funny promo (below) and catch the second annual Red Nose Day special airing Thursday at 9 p.m. on NBC!
When it comes to remakes or reboots, we aren't always on board with Hollywood going back and recreating some of our favorite flicks — but Disney is a different story!
After making live action versions of both Cinderella, and most recently The Jungle Book, the famed movie studio has set its sights on Beauty and the Beast, and now we have our FIRST trailer!
But if you're still not sold, you might be interested to learn that Harry Potter's Emma Watson is playing Belle and the flick also stars Ewan McGregor, Luke Evans, Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Ian McKellen, Kevin Kline, and Josh Gad!
Ch-ch-check out the magical first trailer (below) and let us know if you'll be catching Beauty and the Beast when it hits theaters March 17, 2017!