Emma Stone arrives at the 87th Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 2, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.
Emma Stone attends TNT’s 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 25, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
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Emma Stone was delighted to grant Eddie Redmayne a retroactive wish on his birthday candle, since he forgot to make one when he blew it out.
“Is that allowed?” the actor asked, 33 to the day, a recent Golden Globe winner and Academy Award nominee as best actor for his portrayal of the physicist Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything.” He won a Tony Award in 2010 as best featured actor in the Broadway play “Red.”
“Absolutely!” declared Ms. Stone, 27, a film actress best known for her roles in “Easy A” and “The Amazing Spider-Man” franchise. She made her Broadway debut last year in “Cabaret,” in which she continues through Feb. 15, and is also nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actress in “Birdman.”
But she drew the line when Mr. Redmayne floated the idea of a second wish.
“You can’t make them all day,” she said.
Over a late lunch at Angus’ Cafe Bistro — a croque-monsieur for Mr. Redmayne and truffle fries (“without the truffle, please”) for Ms. Stone — the pair discussed their childhood ambitions, propensity to worry and the young actor’s life.
PHILIP GALANES: Millions of little kids see “Annie” and “Les Miz” every year. And lots of them turn to their parents and say, “Mom, Dad, I want to be an actor.” But no one takes them seriously.
EMMA STONE: Can you imagine if your kid said that to you?
EDDIE REDMAYNE: I’d say, “Under no circumstances!”
ES: I would punish mine.
PG: So, how did you get away with it?
ES: I made a PowerPoint presentation for my parents when I was 14. I asked them to let me move to L.A. Continue reading Emma Stone and Eddie Redmayne Interview for New York Times
Actors Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are reportedly planning to exchange wedding vows in Rome this summer.
The couple, who started dating in 2011 and sparked rumours over their engagement in May 2014, and are now said to be secretly scouting for a romantic venue, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“Andrew would be happy with a city hall ceremony. But Emma wants something a little more dramatic and memorable,” a source told OK! Magazine.
The insider has also claimed that Stone already has a dress in mind for the nuptials and is eager to exchange vows in front of a select audience of just 25 friends and family members.
Late 2013 saw the pair first start talking about getting married.
At that time, one of their friends had said: “They want to marry and have a family. They’re discussing it. They’re madly in love.”
Source: Khaleej Times