Over the past two days, I have had the strange experience of watching a story blossom from a tiny tidbit into a juicy rumor via my Google Reader headlines. In each instance, the story started innocent, but as different websites composed their headlines, it got more and more salacious. Take for example, coverage of this video Jim Carrey made for Emma Stone.
Sure sounds like a game of telephone, no? After the jump, a look at how this worked with the rumor about Jada-Pinkett Smith and Marc Anthony. Keep reading »
Just like Gretchen in “Mean Girls” kept trying to make “fetch” happen, the world just keeps insisting that Olivia Wilde happen. And why not? She’s gorgeous, catlike and the daughter of leftist politco thinker Alexander Cockburn, so sure. Emma Stone, on the other hand, is a sparkly, keen-eyed redhead with great comic timing who yes, you’d want to be your best friend. Together, the two will serve as global brand ambassadors for cosmetics giant Revlon this next year. No, this doesn’t mean they’ll be attending the interplanetary makeup conference on disgraced former planet Pluto (but don’t you wish there was one?)–it just means you’ll be seeing a whole lot more of these two, so get ready. Yay pretty ladies! Keep reading »
Emma Stone is everywhere these days, and we’re not talking about the big movies she’s starring in — if you believe the rumors! Sources say that she has hooked up with “Amazing Spider-Man” co-star Andrew Garfield, while another claims she’s with “Crazy, Stupid Love” romantic interest Ryan Gosling! Read more…
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“After one of our scenes, the directors said, ‘This is feeling a little goofy. Let’s try this with a kiss at the end.’ And I thought, ‘Holy s—! I’ve never kissed on-camera before. What do I have to do? I didn’t take that class in college.’ Emma’s just this total pro. She pulls out her lip gloss and says, ‘It’s cherry. That cool with you?’ That kiss shall forever be my deer in ‘Stand by Me.’ It’s my moment alone. No one but me will ever be able to treasure it.”
—Josh Groban talks about his first onscreen kiss ever with Emma Stone in “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” In the movie, Josh plays Emma’s douche-y boyfriend. But in real life, douche-y guys don’t make analogies to “Stand By Me.” [People] Keep reading »
Emma Stone showed up at the “Friends With Benefits” premiere rocking a color combination that is usually avoided: red and pink. Fire engine red and bright fuchsia, to be exact. And how striking does she look? Girlfriend ispulling it off. As Ms. Stone illustrates, flouting the “rules” of color can yield awesome results, and I wish people would do it more often. Click through for four more color rules you should totally break, and join the ranks of stylish scofflaws…
It feels like “The Amazing Spider-Man,” the reboot of the classic comic tale starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, was cast like five minutes ago. But already, we have the first trailer for the flick, which deals with Spider-Man as a boy and teenager. According to this mythology, he’s bitten by the radioactive spider while visiting his crush, Gwen Stacey, at the science lab where she works. A few notes: (A) Emma looks amazeballs with blonde hair and bangs. (B) Wait, that isn’t a science lab—that’s Hearst Tower in New York City. And (C) did they take a page from “Friday Night Lights” and get Explosions in the Sky to do music for the trailer? I can’t quite tell. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
My first thought upon seeing Emma Stone‘s new cover of Vanity Fair: I need that amazing red and white stripe swimsuit. My second thought after digging deeper into the article: wow, she is so awesome. In addition to being addicted to Farmville, she also reveals that, “I’m a Type A personality who’s trying to convince herself she’s Type B.” I hear that loud and clear. [VF] Keep reading »
It’s still funny to me that Emma Stone could have been cheerleader Claire Bennet on “Heroes.” The part just wouldn’t have shown off her comedic chops. In fact, I think losing that part was the best thing that ever happened to her. Instead, Emma went the “Superbad” to “House Bunny” to “Easy A” route and is now poised to be one of the biggest stars of our generation. Sealing the deal? An offer has just been extended to her to play Elizabeth Bennet in the highly anticipated classic/zombie mash-up, “Pride, Prejudice and Zombies,” based on the best-selling book. Most predicted that the role would go either to heavy-hitters Natalie Portman or Scarlett Johansson. But we think Emma will be just perfect.
After the jump, more high-profile movies we will soon be seeing Emma in. Keep reading »
“It’s so funny how different life could have been. I went to so many auditions. I remember my audition for ‘Heroes.’ I went in right after Hayden Panettiere … I mean, I haven’t been around very long. I can’t expect everyone to have seen ‘The House Bunny.’ Oh God. I am having such waves of internal embarrassment, which now I’m admitting on a tape recorder. This is so one of the things I should keep in my head.”
—Emma Stone looks yowza in yellow on the cover of Elle and, inside, talks about her quick rise to fame over the last few years. How fascinating that she could have been Claire on “Heroes.” Basically, I just love that Emma hasn’t let her status as an It Girl go to her head. [PopEater] Keep reading »