Emma Watson, the cute child star, is growing from strength to strength and has emerged as a promising Hollywood star. On her 25th birthday on April 15, millions of fans wished her happy birthday via various forms of social media. Her journey from a child star to a celebrated star and a feminist icon, was hailed on the occasion of her birthday by her fans who hope to see her in varied roles.

A selfie clicked on the sets of upcoming Film live-action Beauty and The Beast remake, came as a return gift from Emma to her fans, on her birthday. The selfie taken by Josh Gad, where Emma posed with her co-stars on the sets of her upcoming film Beauty and The Beast remake, created a frenzy on Twitter.

Her look in the film were revealed in the selfie, which delighted her numerous fans across the globe even more.

Live action version of Oscar winning Beauty and the Beast remake will have Emma enacting the character Belle. This has elevated the curiosity of the audience, who are anxiously waiting for the film. The selfie was posted by Josh Gad, who will play Le Fou, Gaston's hapless right-hand man.

It features Kevin Kline, Josh Gad, Luke Evans, Dan Stevens along with Emma, and the entire cast seemed to be way too excited about shooting for the film.

The Beauty and the Beast remake which is slated for release in 2017, was written by Stephen Chbosky, who also wrote and directed The Perks of Being a Wallflower, which also stars Watson.

The movie will also feature Ian McKellan, Emma Thompson and Audra McDonald.

Emma' fans are rejoicing her transition from a child star to a prominent actor and feminist icon. Her HeForShe speech at Davos recently was an internet sensation, which received mixed response including a few anti-feminist rants and some threats.

As a 9-year-old, she bravely auditioned for the character of Hermione for the first part of Harry Potter and now she is boldly handling the highs and lows that are an essential part of an actor's life.

The exposure to the glam world at an early stage did not stop her from completing her education. She has an impressive degree in English literature from Brown University, Oxford. This makes her one of the few Oxford educated Hollywood actor.