Emma & Andrew at ‘The Amazing Spiderman 2′ Press Conference HQ Photos

I’ve added new high quality event photos of Emma Stone & her boyfriend, Andrew Garfield during the ‘The Amazing Spiderman 2′ press conference when they were in Los Angeles.

Emma Stone Arriving at LAX Airport HQ Photos (11/17)

I’ve added new high quality candids photos of Emma Stone arriving at LAX Airport on November 17, 2013.

Emma at “The Amazing Spiderman 2″ Los Angeles Photo Call HQ Photos (11/16)

I’ve added new high quality event photos of Emma Stone along with Andrew Garfield & Jamie Foxx pose at “The Amazing Spiderman 2″ Los Angeles Photo Call at Sony Pictures Studios on November 16, 2013 in Culver City, California.




Emma Stone Arrives At LAX Airport Hi Res Photos (11/13)

I have uploaded new high quality candids of Emma Stone arriving on a flight at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California on November 15, 2013.

New Untitled Cameron Crowe Project BTS Photo & TASM 2 Still

I’ve added new production still of Emma Stone in ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ and new behind the scene photo from ‘Untitled Cameron Crowe Project’ film to the gallery. Sorry for the lack of updates, been really busy these few days. Anyways, Happy late birthday to Miss Emma Stone. All the best to you and your family!

Untitled Cameron Crowe Project

The Amazing Spider Man 2: Stills


Emma Stone Scores A Nomination at 2014 People Choice Awards, Vote Now!

The official nominations for 2014 People Choice Awards are in. Congratulations to Emma Stone for scoring a single nomination for the following category. You can start voting on the official website now. The event will takes place on January 8, 2014 next year. Be sure to cast your vote daily!


  • Amy Adams
  • Emma Stone
  • Halle Berry
  • Oprah Winfrey
  • Sandra Bullock

Emma Stone’s Revlon BB Cream Video

Check out the video below of Emma Stone for Revlon BB cream:


Jay Baruchel Joins Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone in Cameron Crowe’s Next

Still without a title, Cameron Crowe’s untitled next project has today added Jay Baruchel to its ensemble cast. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the This is the End star will join Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams, Alec Baldwin and Danny McBride in the Hawaii-set romantic adventure.

The film is said to feature Cooper as a Hawaii-based defense contractor who has to work with an Air Force pilot (stone) to stop the launch of a weapons satellite. In the process, the pair begin to fall for one another as they’re forced to contend with supernatural island magic and a talking computer.

Baruchel, who previously appeared in Crowe’s Almost Famous, can be seen coming up in Jose Padilha’s RoboCop and Dean DeBlois’ animated sequel, How to Train Your Dragon 2. He’ll be playing Cooper’s character’s brother in the new Crowe film.

Source: Coming Soon

Emma Stone in Woody Allen’s Next Movie Promo Stills

I have uploaded a new promotional still of Emma Stone in Woody Allen’s next movie to the gallery.

Woody Allen’s next movie, set in the south of France, will be called Magic in the Moonlight, he announced today. The movie stars Emma Stone, Marcia Gay Harden, Colin Firth, Jacki Weaver, Hamish Linklater, and Eileen Atkins, but alas, plot details remain scant. Based on the released photo of Harden and Stone, though, it appears to be a period piece. Either that or it’s a movie about people who like to wear old-fashioned hats and dresses and who have access to multiple vintage cars.

Willem Dafoe calls The Amazing Spider-Man reboot “cynical”

otal Film sat down with Willem Dafoe this week to discuss his new videogame Beyond: Two Souls, and we couldn’t resist asking him what he thought of last year’s The Amazing Spider-Man.

Though we discovered he’s not seen the Andrew Garfield-starring reboot, he definitely has an opinion on it.

“I saw a trailer for the first Spider-Man reboot and I thought, ‘This is crazy! It’s not shot for shot, but it’s the same story,’” Dafoe told us. “I thought, ‘This is sort of a cynical approach to making money!’”

As if you needed reminding, Dafoe played Norman Osborn aka the Green Goblin in all three of Sam Raimi’s original Spider-Man films.

Though he was killed off in part one, his ghostly visage haunted James Franco for two further films, and Dafoe’s terrifying incarnation of Osborn really is the thing of nightmares.

“I like Spider-Man, the first one that I was involved in, because although you can argue all sorts of things, from my perspective it was very pure,” Dafoe says.

“It really was. The way Sam Raimi approached it, it was pure in its intentions and I think he captured, particularly, Tobey [Maguire] at that particular moment.

“This real, genuine innocence; it wasn’t indicated. Then after that it became more difficult because it’s hard to achieve that when it’s gotten some kind of attention and a certain level of success!”

Dafoe’s not in a hurry to watch any of the Spider-Man reboots, either. “Not so much,” he says, diplomatically adding: “The older I get, I don’t have the time to do everything that I want to do.”

As to Chris Cooper playing Osborn in Marc Webb’s films, Dafoe can take it or leave. “You know, in the theatre, people play the same role all the time. I don’t know anything about it, really,” he says.