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Her female idols are actresses who never made a career out of mere sex appeal. She jokingly revealed her vices as “sugar, wine, and black-tar heroin,” a line that from some other starlets might not be so funny.She aspires to be Diane Keaton—“One of the most covered-up actresses of all time,” Stone said—and loves Marion Cotillard: “She’s so sexy, and she’s covered up! “That’s pretty much it, the heroin, the sugar, and the wine—nothing too crazy.”As she perches on the brink of national stardom, the question remains whether Stone will be able to stay sheltered from fandom and Facebook—she closed her account (“I got addicted to Farm Ville, so had to get off”) and rarely tweets.Stone is fiercely close to her parents, who raised her as a Lutheran.She still lays out her clothes for the next day before bed.I'm trying to find a scan of the new cosmogirl where teddy apparently admits that he's dating emma stone, but i can't find any! I'm trying to find a scan of the new cosmogirl where teddy apparently admits that he's dating emma stone, but i can't find any!
Hanging out with Alexandra Wolfe, Stone shares her oyster-mania, her rock-bottom moment, and her strategy for avoiding the sexy trap.
“It’s really rewarding, and all those adjectives, to do something heartbreaking,” said Stone, “but is actually really funny—I mean, not incredibly funny, but there are some funny lines.”For the part of Skeeter, director Tate Taylor had been looking for a Joan Cusack at 20.
“Who’s got that Joan Cusack quality who’s self-deprecating but not a train wreck? Taylor wrote the script with input from Kathryn Stockett, a close friend. But then “I sat down and met her at the Four Seasons, and I said, ‘Yes, this is my Joan Cusack.’ ”Taylor said Stone was nervous the first day about filming in front of more than 200 extras on the Mississippi set.
Emma Stone was running down a dark, eerie hallway covered with cobwebs and stuffed buffalo heads while wearing a white Venetian mask.
Hollywood’s hottest up-and-coming ingénue was not filming a movie scene but spending a Saturday night on West 27th Street in New York’s old Mc Kittrick Hotel at a show called that involves putting on a mask and following actors from room to room as they pantomime scenes from the Scottish Play.