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Emma Watson's Growing Breast Controversy

Published May 2, 2007 in Gossip
By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Warner Bros.
Did somebody say Potter gossip? This debate is more entertaining than it is serious, but I couldn't help but join in. It turns out that some across the web have concluded that Warner Bros marketing division has gone 'pervert' by giving Hermione (Emma Watson) larger breasts in the IMAX 3D advertisement for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Well, they do always say how much bigger IMAX is.

All joking aside, at a single look it would seem that Watson's breasts are a little bigger... so what happened?

And why the hell are we talking about this again?

IMAX Ad Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

TheMovieBlog has pointed out that Emma Watson's er, upper curves are most definitely bigger in the IMAX 3D ad when compared to the film's official poster. Enhancements anyone?

Let's take a look for ourselves. Below is a cut out of the OotP poster and then the IMAX ad. Can you see any difference?

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Poster - the standard

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix IMAX Ad - Watson's bigger

As anyone can tell, Emma Watson's Hermione Granger is obviously more curvy in the IMAX 3D ad. To put the two images to the test, I cut out Granger's curves from the Potter poster, colored them red, and then sat them behind the IMAX 3D ad. How did it look?

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix The red body is from the OotP poster

As you can see, Watson was definitely enhanced -- but which way? Though TheMovieBlog suggests Warner Bros made her look 'bustier', it could be said the other way. We had the IMAX 3D advertisement in our hands a few days before the film's official poster. It is possible that Watson's bust featured in the advertisement is her real shape. Not wanting to cause unnecessary boners among young boys, the WB may have actually removed some of Watson's natural curves for the film's poster.

Agreed? Since Watson is only 17, I am sticking to it.

Update: Each image looks to use a slightly different cut of Watson. Pay attention to the hair and how she is angled. This shift in angle could easily cause the change in shape.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix opens to theatres on July 13th.

For the trailers, posters, movie stills, synopsis and more movie info, go to the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Movie Page.

Stay tuned for updates.

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