Emma Stone @ Restoration Project Hosted by the Be Amazing Campaign and Google Photos (04/21)

I have uploaded new photos of Emma Stone reacts after successfully helping install a drip irrigation system during a restoration project hosted by the Be Amazing campaign and Google at Shoreline Park in Mountain View, Calif. on Monday, April 21, 2014. Stars of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan and director Marc Webb joined Google employees to help volunteers from Hands on Bay Area, Big Brothers Big Sisters and the YMCA on a restoration project at Shoreline Park. Volunteers planted, mulched, and installed a drip irrigation system to help support the local burrowing owls.

Emma Stone: Funny, Fashionable, 4 New Films

Emma Stone is flying high—major movie roles, a Spider-Man beau, fashion-world heat—but, as Jason Gay discovers, she’s just as down-to-earth and devilish as ever.

It is a quiet Tuesday afternoon in Los Angeles, and Emma Stone and I are at a mall, eating hot dogs on a stick from Hot Dog on a Stick, sitting with our teddy bears from Build-a-Bear Workshop.

I can explain all of this. Let me back up a bit.

It’s the night before, at a restaurant called the Hungry Cat in Santa Monica. Maybe around 8:30 p.m. There have been oysters. There has been wine. Don’t get the wrong idea: not a lot of wine. One glass each. There has been polite and expected conversation about Stone’s career and Stone’s childhood and Stone’s newest movie, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which is in 3-D and comes out in early May. Stone is dressed in a plaid red-and-black A.P.C. shirt and Rag & Bone jeans, and she is being funny and gracious, even if sitting for long interviews with magazines occasionally freaks her out. It’s “a self-editing thing,” she says. Invariably, she gets home and thinks about something she said, and wonders if she could have put it differently, and the anxiety just gets exhausting.

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