Emma Watson Gives The Best Advice To Strangers In The Middle Of A Train Station

Just $2 per question.

If you could ask Emma Watson for a piece of advice, what would it be?

In a recent video for Vanity Fair, the publication's "Our Man on the Street" Derek Blasberg heads into New York City's Grand Central Terminal holding an Emma Watson advice booth. With that, strangers have the opportunity to pay $2 to video chat with Watson live and ask her any question they'd like.

When one young boy asks Watson how he can be a good boyfriend, she replies:

"Just even by asking the question, you're an amazing boyfriend. I think really it's just being kind in any way that you can." 

But perhaps some of the most noteworthy advice comes when an aspiring film director asks Watson for help. 


"Do what you love," she tells him. "And make films about what you love. You can argue yourself into making decisions that don't have heart behind them. And they're never the right ones. Just always follow the thing that feels the most right to you."

Finally, after all is said and done, Watson asks Blasberg to donate the money they've collected to Planned Parenthood

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