The breast cancer patient whose story has been featured in the movie “Beauty and the Beast” is still battling the effects of the virus that caused her death.
Actors Emma Watson and Ben Kingsley are in the midst of filming a new Disney movie set in the 1920s.
The film, “Beautiful and the Beasts,” stars Emma Watson as a young witch and Ben Masterson as a prince of a small village.
A few weeks ago, the actor and the writer met to discuss the film.
When Watson told him she was HIV-negative, he said, “I don’t believe that.”
He said he had read a lot about her struggles and she was still in denial about her condition.
He explained that he had seen Watson’s film, about the life of a witch, and that she told him her husband had died.
He said that after she saw the movie, she became emotional and said, ”I can’t believe I have cancer.
“She was very concerned.
He said he asked her to come to his office and help him with her treatment.
He also asked her if she could give the film to her parents to share it with them.
The actor said he told her, “Please do it.”
He told her that his wife, Sophie Turner, died from the disease.
She told him that she had seen the movie and was so happy to see him, Watson said.
He told her he didn’t want her to be embarrassed about it.
She asked, “What’s the deal?”
He told the actress to help him, and he did.
She thanked him and said that she was going to do it.
She said she told her husband, “You will always be the one I miss.”
She then hugged him and cried.”
I felt it.””
It’s like a miracle.
I felt it.”
The Hollywood Reporter contacted the Watsons about the conversation.
They have not yet responded.
A spokesman for the Wattersons did not immediately respond to a request for comment.