Emma Watson posa desnuda por la ecología

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ESPECTÁCULOS. México, DF. 22/03/2013. . Hermione, la inteligente niña de Howgarts ya nada tiene que ver con Emma Watson, quien ha dejado claro que Harry Potter y sus secuaces ya son parte del pasado tras desnudarse para la lente de James Houston.
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