The premise of the performance is simple, participants are encouraged to deliver those words – also written on the wall in front of them – into the camera, for as long as they like.
In turn, the participant is streamed onto the web address, has shared images of hundreds, if not thousands, of people.
New territory: Emma Watson sheds her good girl Harry Potter image as she poses nearly topless in a new photo book promoting environmental awareness Quite risque: Emma is seen covering her bust with her hand as she closes her eyes seductively The British actress plays the leading role in the Sofia Coppola-directed movie about the real life Bling Ring or The Hollywood Hills Burglar Bunch as they were known, whom were arrested in 2009 for a string of break-ins at the homes of stars, including Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton.
The Beauty and the Beast actress took part in a hilarious hidden camera gag during an appearance on The Ellen De Generes Show on Friday, March 3. Watson, 26, interviewed an unsuspecting nanny in the skit, but with a twist.
It's charismatic CEO, Eamon Bailey (Tom Hanks), belts out tech breakthroughs and wisdom to the cult-like employees a la Steve Jobs.
The story isn’t helped by Watson, who gives a weird performance as Mae, who forever looks like she is deeply unsure about everything, while instantly capitulating to the most intrusive and problematic new schemes.
In fact, The Circle is utterly undone by its failure to know what it wants to say, and to commit to a strategy.
I don't like milk, but I like Red Bull," she told to the prospective nanny.
Mae (Emma Watson) has a shitty job, a shitty car and lives in a forlorn corner of California, with her parents (Glenne Headly, Bill Paxton).