Emma Stone is starring in “Cabaret” on Broadway as Sally Bowles, and this montage gives us a quick look at her performance. The only thing missing is her singing voice, but I guess we have to buy a ticket to experience that part. It’s easy to be wary when a movie star decides to dabble in musical theatre, but Stone received rave reviews in the role so far so I’m giving her the benefit of the doubt (and I’ll be going out of my way this winter to see it for myself)! We have until the end of the show’s run in February to see her knock “Maybe This Time” out of the park — book it over to that theater!
On days where I don’t know what to wear and I’m standing in front of my closet on the precipice of obsessively trying on everything I own, I take a deep breath and grab something black and white. It’s much easier to stick with the basics than tearing my entire wardrobe apart. Worked for Emma Stone! Get the details on stealing her B&W look, after the jump! Keep reading »
Picture a modern day sequel to the musical “Annie,” which follows our favorite redheaded orphan, now a semi rebellious, but still adorable twentysomething, as she tries to make it in New York City. That’s the vibe Emma Stone is giving me in this little red dress. You see it too, don’t you? Keep reading »
Hey! How was your holiday weekend? Did you spend it with friends? So did Taylor Swift! See, there she is with Lena Dunham, Emma Stone, former “Gossip Girl” actress Jessica Szohr, Jaime King, indie pop singer Ingrid Michaelson, Canadian model Jessica Stam, and Australian model Amanda Griffith. You know, just some gal pals. Of course Lena’s gotta be the different one…
I love Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield. They’re adorable and clearly glass-half-full types, as they often use the paparazzi following them around like vultures to promote causes they believe it. Like today, the couple was photographed strolling around NYC carrying signs directing people who eventually looked at the snaps — like y’all! — to support YouthMentoring.org, AutismSpeaks.org, WWO.org and GildasClubNYC.org. Cool use of their fame — and definitely nicer than flippin’ the bird. Keep reading »