Five Favorite Films with Emma Roberts
The star of Scream 4 also talks about working with Wes Craven.
Emma Roberts established herself as something of a teen icon in her starring role on Nickelodeon's Unfabulous, but the young actress has been hobnobbbing with celebrities since the day she was born. Her father Eric has had a fruitful Hollywood career spanning more than three decades, and she even spent time on set with her superstar aunt Julia during the prime of her "America's Sweetheart" days. Lately, Roberts has been stepping away from children's entertainment like Nancy Drew and Hotel for Dogs to work on projects that showcase more of her range and allow her to play more mature roles.
This week, she goes one step further, starring in the bloody fourth installment of Wes Craven's Scream franchise, which not only reunites original cast members Neve Campbell, David Arquette, and Courteney Cox, but also brings Kevin Williamson back on board as writer. Emma recently sat down with RT to give us her Five Favorite Films and to chat about working with Wes Craven, breaking out of her youthful image, and exploring her extracurricular interests. Read on for the full interview!
Beetlejuice (1988, 81% Tomatometer)
Girl, Interrupted (1999, 54% Tomatometer)
My Best Friend's Wedding (1997, 71% Tomatometer)
Clueless (1995, 83% Tomatometer)
Bowfinger (1999, 80% Tomatometer)
Next, Roberts talks about working with Wes Craven and growing up on set with her aunt Julia.