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Emma StoneEmily Jean “Emma” Stone (born November 6, 1988) is an American actress. She made her feature film debut in Superbad (2007). She has co-starred in The House Bunny (2008), Zombieland (2009), and Paper Man (2009). In 2010, Stone played the lead role in Easy A, for which she received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. Other notable roles have included Skeeter Phelan in The Help (2011), Gwen Stacy in the Amazing Spider-Man film series (2012 & 2014), and the voice of Eep in the animated film The Croods (2013).

 




1. MY FAVORITE THING ABOUT MOVIES IS THE ENDING, AND SO ALL MY FAVORITE MOVIES HAVE REALLY GREAT ENDINGS.

2. DRAMA IS HARD FOR ME. CRYING IS MUCH HARDER FOR ME THAN LAUGHTER.

3. I JUST LIKE TO KEEP WORKING AND BEING ABLE TO PAY MY BILLS.

4. I ALWAYS LOVED ACTING AND IMPROV AND SKETCH COMEDY AND THEATER, WHICH I DID AT A LOCAL YOUTH THEATER.

5. I WAS A GOOD-LOOKING KID. I NEVER FELT, LIKE, DORKY. I WAS JUST LIKE, ‘YUP, THESE ARE MY BRACES. I’VE HAD THEM FOREVER.’

6. I THINK THERE ARE PLENTY OF SOULMATES OUT THERE. THAT’S WHAT I CHOOSE TO BELIEVE.

7. I’M SHOCKINGLY TERRIBLE AT ACTION MOVIES.

8. I’M NOT VERY COMPUTER SAVVY.

9. I REALLY LIKE GRAMMAR. AND SPELLING. I WAS A SPELLING-BEE KID. I’M HARD-CORE ABOUT GRAMMAR.

10. HE’S MY FAVORITE! HE WROTE AND PRODUCED, AND STARRED IN AND CAST ALL OF HIS MOVIES! CAN YOU IMAGINE? I GET REALLY EXCITED WHEN I TALK ABOUT CHARLIE CHAPLIN.

11. THE ONLY MOVIE I CAN WATCH ON A LOOP, OVER AND OVER, IS ‘HELP’, THE BEATLES MOVIE. IT’S SO FUNNY AND IRREVERENT AND GREAT.

12. OFTEN, JOKING FOR ME IS A WAY OF DIFFUSING THE AWKWARDNESS OF A SITUATION, SO IT’S KIND OF EXHILARATING TO BE A PART OF PROJECTS WHERE THERE’S NOTHING FUNNY OR LIGHTHEARTED.

13. I LIKE TO LOOK LIKE A PERSON. IT DRIVES ME CRAZY WHEN YOU SEE WOMEN IN MOVIES PLAYING TEACHERS, AND THEY HAVE BICEPS. IT TOTALLY TAKES ME OUT OF THE MOVIE. I START THINKING, WOW, THAT ACTRESS PLAYING THIS PART REALLY LOOKS GREAT!

14. SO ONE DAY, IN A FIT OF TRYING TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT, I JUST DYED MY HAIR DARK BROWN AND GOT MY FIRST ROLE A WEEK LATER, AFTER WHICH I THOUGHT: ‘PEOPLE ARE CLOSED-MINDED, MAN! LIKE A DIFFERENT HAIR COLOUR CHANGES EVERYTHING!’

15. YOU WON’T HEAR ME SAYING I HAVE NO BODY ISSUES BECAUSE I WOULDN’T BE HUMAN IF I DIDN’T.

16. I THINK WOMEN SHOULD WEAR WHATEVER MAKEUP THEY WANT FOR THEMSELVES. MAKEUP SHOULD BE FUN.

17. MY LIFE IS PG-13 SOMETIMES, AND I REALLY WANT JOSH GROGAN TO PROPOSE TO ME, AND HE JUST WON’T DO IT.

18. I THINK THE NUMBER ONE THING THAT I FIND IMPORTANT IS THE IMPORTANCE OF HONESTY WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND YOUR PARENTS, IF YOU CAN BE. BUT I THINK THAT TELLING PEOPLE HOW YOU REALLY FEEL, BEING WHO YOU TRULY ARE, BEING SAFE AND TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING.

19. YOU KNOW HOW SPORTS TEACH KIDS TEAMWORK AND HOW TO BE STRONG AND BRAVE AND CONFIDENT? IMPROV WAS MY SPORT. I LEARNED HOW TO NOT WAFFLE AND HOW TO HOLD A CONVERSATION, HOW TO TAKE RISKS AND ACTUALLY BE EXCITED TO FAIL.

20. IF I FEEL STRONGLY ABOUT ANYTHING, I GET OVERWHELMED WITH EMOTION.

21. I WAS JUST A HAM SINCE ABOUT THE AGE OF FIVE. IF I WAS PERFORMING AT MEDIEVAL TIMES OR SOMETHING, I’D BE THE COURT JESTER. THAT WAS ALWAYS MY DEFENSE MECHANISM. I WAS NEVER ALL THAT FUNNY; I WAS JUST OBNOXIOUS AND LOUD.

22. I’M ACTUALLY THE LAST PERSON TO ASK ABOUT SCHOOL. I KINDA DUCKED OUT AT 12, BEFORE ALL THAT STUFF MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED. I LEFT SCHOOL AFTER SIXTH GRADE AND WAS BASICALLY HOME-SCHOOLED AFTER THAT.

23. AT FIRST, WHEN YOU GO TO PREMIERES AND AWARD SHOWS, YOU’RE THINKING, ‘HOW THE HELL AM I HERE? ALL THESE PEOPLE I’VE NEVER MET ARE HERE, AND IT’S SO COOL!’ AND THEN, AS TIME GOES ON, IT’S A LITTLE BIT LIKE, ‘AH… IT’S MORE LIKE WORK.’

24. I HAD MASSIVE ANXIETY AS A CHILD. I WAS IN THERAPY. FROM 8 TO 10, I WAS BORDERLINE AGORA-PHOBIC. I COULD NOT LEAVE MY MOM’S SIDE. I DON’T REALLY HAVE PANIC ATTACKS ANYMORE, BUT I HAD REALLY BAD ANXIETY.

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