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Improbably Sam

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  1. I agree, maybe prevalent isn't the all too correct word. Maybe just being a film nerd, I've been seeing a lot of good female roles, it takes a lot to get me into a theater. Emma just seems like a perfect example of an actress who could really take people by surprise.
  2. I only used Lisbeth as an example for popular, strong, and more than anything else: ICONIC female roles that seem to be more and more prevalent.
  3. Is it just me or does anyone else get the feeling that Emma is trying her hardest to remove herself from the Hermione role? I don't blame her. I wouldn't want to be the "Harry Potter girl" my whole career. There are so many movies with strong female heroines, who aren't just perfect badass characters, ones wit real flaws. The Dragon tattoo series is one of the first examples to come to mind. Something where she could really explore the emotional spectrum, and at times, show she's not afraid to do some pretty intense scenes as well. Black Swan, Young Adult, films like that, dont get me wrong.
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