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Aug 23, 2014 Filed in Cabaret, Recent News

It’s official: Emma Stone will make her Broadway debut in the current Roundabout Theatre Company revival of “Cabaret.”

The 25-year-old will replace Oscar nominee Michelle Williams, who made her debut in the role of showgirl Sally Bowles when the revival opened at Studio 54 in April. Stone will take over as Sally beginning Nov. 11 (Williams exits Nov. 9) and will play the role until Feb. 1, 2015.

Alan Cumming—who won a Tony Award for his portrayal of the show’s Emcee in the 1998 Broadway production, which serves as the basis of this revival—will extend his run through March 29, 2015, thus confirming that yet another actress may get to tread the Cabaret boards before the show’s run is through.

Stone was linked to the show in 2013 during Roundabout’s initial announcement, but film scheduling conflicts forced her to back out. Last week, word broke that she had entered negotiations to join the show when Williams vacates the iconic role.

Unrelated but completely related, Stone’s beau Andrew Garfield made his Broadway debut in 2012′s “Death of a Salesman.” Again, unrelated… but completely related.

Source: CNN

Aug 23, 2014 Filed in Recent News, The Amazing Spider-Man 4

Another news on Emma Stone set to appear in TASM 4 Sequel! Hopefully they will release an official statement soon! We want Gwen back!

“The Amazing Spiderman 3″ will not hit the big screens until 2017, which is to be followed by “TASM 4″ in 2018 to give way for the purported standalone movie “Sinister Six.”

According to reports, “The Cabin in the Woods” helmer Drew Goddrad is set to direct and write the spin-off movie. It was also indicated that based from “The Amazing Spider Man 2″ end credits, the probable villain lineup would include Green Goblin, Vulture, Rhino, Doctor Octopus, Kraven the Hunter, and Mysterio or Chameleon.

The reason for the Chameleon speculation is that it will be a vehicle for Emma Stone to once again re-appear along the series.

The basis for these speculations was taken from a recent interview by Screen Rant’s Kofi Outlaw with the 25-year-old star herself.

Along the end part of the conversation, Kofi asked if will it really be the last time that Emma will work with the cast and crew of “TASM.”

“I don’t know… Is it? …I don’t know, there’s a whole plot line that could happen that may bring her back.”
After that, the interviewer quickly ended the discussion.

The statement gave strong foundation for the assumptions of the Gwen Stacy fans that indeed, the character will be back either as a clone or as a “camouflage” of Chameleon.

“The Amazing Spiderman 3″ release date is slated to hit the theaters summer 2016, however, no official details about the forthcoming installment has been announced yet.

Source: Christian Post

Aug 12, 2014 Filed in Cabaret, Recent News

Maybe this time, Emma Stone will be in Cabaret.

The 25-year-old actress is in negotiations to make her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles—the role currently played by Michelle Williams—in Roundabout Theatre Company’s revival of Cabaret, EW has confirmed. Williams recently extended her run in the classic 1966 Kander and Ebb musical through November 9, 2014; the show itself is slated to play a limited engagement through January 4, 2015.

Stone would replace Williams as Sally, the flirtatious, intoxicating showgirl who steals the heart of an American writer visiting the seedy Kit Kat Klub in Berlin at the dawn of the 1930s. It’s not just Sally’s show; Cabaret‘s other flashy role belongs to Alan Cumming, reprising his award-winning turn as the club’s—and the show’s—extravagant Emcee.

Stone had previously been associated with the production back in 2013, when Roundabout announced the intention of bringing a replica of the 1998 Tony-winning production back to Broadway. Stone’s name was attached to play the role of Sally, but film scheduling conflicts prevented her from making her expected Broadway debut. Should the deal work out, Stone would ostensibly begin her run in Cabaret on November 11.

Source: EW.com

Aug 2, 2014 Filed in Recent News

Today in news that makes us go, “OMG, Emma Stone, we are meant to be BFFFFFFFF,” we learned that the actress taught famed director Woody Allen how to text.

Stone starred in Allen’s most recent film, the 1928-set “Magic in the Moonlight.” Despite the film’s long-passed time period, there’s no escaping the technology of today. The 78-year-old Allen has a tech-averse reputation, only recently getting an iPhone, which he told the New York Observer his assistant loaded up with jazz albums for him. He listens with headphones when he travels.

“I’m so untechnical,” he said. “I don’t have a word processor. I still have my typewriter, the Olympia portable.”

Despite Allen’s insistence that the smartphone is for jazz and phone calls only, Stone somehow convinced him to pull up the tiny keyboard and tap a few words out at some point.

Start your betting now on what Allen’s favorite emoji is. For that matter, place a bet on how you think he pronounces “emoji.”

Unfortunately, we won’t know unless it comes from the mouth — or tiny touchscreen keyboard — of Allen himself. As he says in the profile, “There’s no magic, unfortunately … And there are no psychics.”

Uh, spoiler alert? Sheesh.

“Magic in the Moonlight” is in theaters now.

Source: MTV

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