Actress Emma Watson, star of the upcoming Disney film "Beauty and the Beast," showed her ardent support for Planned Parenthood in a new video for Vanity Fair.
The publication recently filmed a video with Watson in which they used an iPad to allow her to give advice remotely to people at New York's Grand Central Terminal for $2 each. Watson, best known for her role as Hermione Granger in the "Harry Potter" film franchise, offered advice to New Yorkers on areas such as romance and hangovers.
When one participant praised Watson’s work for “HeForShe,” a gender equality campaign through the United Nations, as “very inspiring,” she asked him, “Are you a feminist?”
“I’m definitely against sexism,” he replied. “I’m definitely against, you know, arranged marriages, and I’m definitely pro-choice.”
“You’re obviously a complete legend and definitely a feminist,” Watson said, joking that she wanted his name and number.
At the end of the video, asked what should be done with the profits from her advice, Watson said she wanted them to be donated to Planned Parenthood.
“Oh, my god, the money!” she said. “It has to go to Planned Parenthood.”
“They’re the best,” she added.
Vanity Fair added at the end of the video that they did as Watson instructed.