First Look: Emma Watson in ‘The Perks of a Being a Wallflower,’ Sacha Baron Cohen as 'The Dictator'

Late last week, stills for dramatic romance The Perks of Being a Wallflower and the Larry Charles directed The Dictator hit the web. Take a look below and share your thoughts in the comment section.

The Perk of Being a Wallflower
Emma Watson stars in a story about an introvert freshman named Charlie (Logan Lerman) who learns everything from drug use to suicide from his friends Sam (Watson) and Patrick (Johnny Simmons). Watson’s character is described as an outcast, hard-partying senior with whom Charlie falls in love. While on set, Lerman went on a bit of a photo tweeting spree which included the pic below of Ms. Watson. The Perks of Being a Wallflower arrives in theaters next year and is being directed by the book’s author, Stephen Chbosky.
The Dictator
Sacha Baron Cohen reunites with director Larry Charles in The Dictator, the heroic story of a country’s leader who risks his life to ensure that democracy would come to the people he so lovingly oppressed. The comedy follows the same improv format as Borat and Bruno and co-stars Anna Faris and Ben Kingsley. The Dictator arrives in theaters May 11, 2012.
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