She may be worth more than $32million, but Emma Watson proved she's still just a down to earth girl on the set of her latest movie.
The Harry Potter star, 21, was seen relaxing between takes while shooting Perks of Being A Wallflower in Pittsburgh yesterday.
The British actress wore next to no make-up and at one point kicked off her shoes as she sat cross-legged on the pavement.
Taking a break: Emma Watson relaxed on the set of Perks of Being A Wallflower in Pittsburgh yesterday
The film marks a major departure for Watson who until now has been best known for her wholesome image as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films.
The film is based on the 1999 book written by American author Stephen Chbosky.
New role: The star, who wore no make-up, plays first love of a 15-year-old boy who struggles with his sexuality and family abuse
After it was published by the music channel MTV its controversial content about teenage love, drugs use and homosexuality meant it made a list of books parents had challenged for being allowed in libraries.
Watson was all smiles after working out with co-star Johnny Simmons earlier today.
She appeared relaxed and happy and laughed as she watched her colleague blow out dandelions down a country lane in Pennsylvania.
Film friends: Watson was all smiles after working out with co-star Johnny Simmons in Pennsylvania earlier today
The cropped hair beauty even helped to come up with the tag line, 'Catch my heart if you can'.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows opens in July and Watson will hit the promotional trail alongside stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint ahead of its release.
Watson is once again focusing on her film career after deciding to put her university studies on hold after 18 months.
She will be transferring from Brown University to another school later this year.
Ooh la la: Watson has recently been named the face of French fashion label Lancôme