Remember that letter I mentioned back in September ’04? Well, even though I wrote it I never sent it. Yesterday I decided to write another one. The second letter was lot better than the first and I think it will receive a better reception. After I wrote it, I went to Emma-Watson.org and read through some of the fan stories. Despite the fact that they were all of rich kids attending major motion picture premieres (one kid actually writes “oh yea, I forgot” when his mom reminds him the family is going to a Harry Potter premiere), I did enjoy their assessments of Em. Those letters paint a very friendly, lovable woman. Of course, all those snobs got to meet her and have pictures taken and conversation. All I can hope for is some kind of response. I didn’t ask for a response, so I won’t be surprised not to get one. It would be nice though. Like that story on Ape Culture about Phil Hartman.
As I slid the letter into the shoot at the post office, I thought “wow, that was easy”. And while walking out of the post office I got the idea that I could start sending more fan letters to other stars I admire. Maybe even all of them. It only costs $.45 and the address will be whatever studio they’re working for. . . I think. I sent my Emma Watson letter to her care of Warner Bros Inc. in Burbank California. I hope that’s correct. If not, I guess I’ll try another.