Check out the video below of Emma Stone for Revlon BB cream:
Check out the video below of Emma Stone for Revlon BB cream:
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
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.
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.
Hailee Steinfeld and Taylor Swift are besties? Apparently! And it turns out “The Amazing Spider-Man” star Emma Stone introduced them.
“We met, oh my gosh, like three years ago through our mutual friend Emma Stone,” Steinfeld told E! on Wednesday at the Los Angeles premiere of her latest film, “Romeo and Juliet,” at the Arclight Cinemas, where she was joined by the Grammy-winning singer.
Away from the spotlight, the celebrities are normal girls who “just love to kick back, listen to music, watch TV, bake, watch movies and all of that kind of stuff,” Steinfeld previously told the site.
Source: LA Times
Emma Stone was reportedly up for a new movie role in Warner Brother’s back-on ‘Tarzan’ reboot starring Alexandar Skarsgard, according to Variety.
Christoph Waltz is now being eyed for the film’s villain role as well. Margot Robbie and Emma Stone are among the two contenders for the role of Jane in the movie. Jessica Chastain has previously been sought for the role but was a little busy with her projects these days. No negotiations have begun with any of them yet, however.
Update: Emma Stone is unlikely to take the role despite repeated overtures from the studio, reported from Up and Corners
I’d really hope Emma will take on the role of Jane as I’m really a fan of the movie!
Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone are fully set to reprise their voice roles in DreamWorks Animation’s forthcoming sequel to their 2013 box office hit, The Croods. Directors Chris Sanders and Kirk DeMicco confirmed the news this morning to ComingSoon.net during an interview to promote the home video release of the original.
With a worldwide gross of more than $585 million, The Croods also stars Catherine Keener, Clark Duke and Cloris Leachman and follows the adventures of a primitive family learning to survive in a fantastic (but dangerous) stone age world.
“There’s not much to talk about yet,” says Sanders of the next adventure, “because we’ve got a big lump of clay and we’re forming it as we speak.”
What is certain, however, is that both men aim to make the sequel to The Croods every bit as colorful as the original.
“[There will be] lots of good creatures,” DeMicco promises. “We’ve got creatures that never got into the first movie. We’re going to take a very, very close look at those.”
Emma Stonw did an interview with Fairlady for the September issue. Check out a few highlights from from interview below.
On taking comedic roles:
“I would much rather be seen as funny than sexy. And I love watching comedies. When I was growing up, I fell in love with the old ‘Saturday Night Live’ shows and I was inspired by people like Steve Martin, Gilda Radner, Bill Murray, and John Candy. They were real trailblazers for me.”
“My mother started taking me to acting classes because she thought it would help me focus my energies. I was this really anxious kid in grad school. I had my first panic attack when I was eight years old. I don’t know why, but as a kid I worried about things like our house burning down, and I’d wring my hands all the time. So my parents took me to a therapist. While I was figuring things out, something happened where I just thought, okay, all right, I want to act.”
On living the Hollywood lifestyle:
“Sometimes it’s hard to adjust to all the traveling and being away so much. You go into this microcosm of people and you get really close and then you leave and you never really see them again. And then you go somewhere else and do it all over again. It’s like one summer camp after another, without ever going home in between.”