January 8, 2019
Emma Stone attends the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards!
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Emma Stone attended the 2019 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 6) at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The actress presented alongside her The Favourite co-stars Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz during the show.

During Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg‘s opening monologue, Emma actually interjected with an unplanned exclamation!

Sandra was doing a bit talking about the success of Crazy Rich Asians and joked it was the first film with an Asian American leading cast since Aloha and Ghost in the Shell. Of course, Emma played the leading character in Aloha, and Scarlett Johannsson played the lead in Ghost in the Shell and both were accused of whitewashing.

As the joke was told, Emma yelled, “I’m sorry!” and then told the LA Times, “It wasn’t like I planned it, but I did say it.

She also attended the HBO’s Official 2019 Golden Globe Awards After Party.

Emma is wearing Louis Vuitton.

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– Public Appearances > 2019 > January 06 – 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills

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– Public Appearances > 2019 > January 06 – HBO’s Official 2019 Golden Globe Awards After Party in Los Angeles

January 8, 2019
Emma Stone attends the BAFTA Tea Party!
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Emma Stone joined Rachel Weisz at the BAFTA Tea Party on Saturday (January 5) at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The ladies also met up with The Favouriteco-star Olivia Colman as they posed together on the red carpet.

The actresses were also joined at the party by their male co-stars Nicholas Hoult and Joe Alwyn.

Stone was wearing a Fendi dress, Givenchy shoes, and Louis Vuitton jewelry while carrying a bag by Louis Vuitton.

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– Public Appearances > 2019 > January 05 – BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party at Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills

Photoshoots & Portraits > 2019 > BAFTA Tea Party Portraits

January 5, 2019
Emma attends the W Magazine’s Best Performances Party!
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Emma Stone attended the W Magazine’s Celebration of Its Best Performances Portfolio and the Golden Globes on Friday night (January 4) at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.

The actress was seen mingling with her The Favourite co-star Olivia Colman and director Yorgos Lanthimos.

Stone was wearing a Celine top and pants with a Louis Vuitton bag and shoes.

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– Public Appearances > 2019 > January 04 – W Magazine Celebrates Its ‘Best Performances’ Portfolio and the Golden Globes in Los Angeles

January 5, 2019
Emma Stone attends the AFI Awards 2019!
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Emma Stone and Olivia Colman attended the 2019 AFI Awards Luncheon on Friday afternoon (January 4) at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.

During the luncheon, The Favourite was honored as an AFI Movie of the Year.

Stone is wearing a Louis Vuitton dress.

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– Public Appearances > 2019 > January 04 – 19th Annual AFI Awards in Beverly Hills, California

January 5, 2019
Emma Stone attends the Palm Springs International Film Festival!
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Emma Stone was at the 2019 Palm Springs International Film Festival on Thursday (January 3) in Palm Springs, Calif.

The actress was at the event to support her The Favourite co-star Olivia Colman, who was honored with the Desert Palm Achievement Award.

Stone was wearing bespoke head-to-toe Louis Vuitton.

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– Public Appearances > 2019 > January 03 – 30th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala

– Photoshoots & Portraits > 2019 > Palm Springs International Film Festival Film Awards Gala

January 2, 2019
Emma Stone for Vogue UK
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VOGUE

For the February issue, the incandescent Emma Stone took Vogue to the pub in North London, where the La La Land star talked about her life beyond the spotlight, the lessons that come with turning 30, and her most daring role yet: Abigail Masham in Oscar-tipped The Favourite. She also took a moment to share with vogue.co.uk some of the key influences that have shaped her life, from a treasured read to a favourite film.

The Book

Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters. It’s a super-fast read; you could read it in like a day. It’s two parts – it’s Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour: An Introduction. It’s the first part I’m talking about. It’s JD Salinger and I sat down and read it in a day seven years ago on a trip and it has stayed with me ever since. It showed me how writing can be very simple and straightforward and still effective. They’re stuck in traffic for the majority of the story. I really like simple stories with great characters and not a lot of plot and heavy lifting. I feel that way with films too.

The Song

Last night it was karaoke – “These Boots Are Made For Walking”. But really it’s “Where Do The Children Play” by Cat Stevens. I first saw Harold & Maude when I was in my teens and I loved that whole Cat Stevens soundtrack. My mum had breast cancer when I was 19 and I was listening to a lot of Cat Stevens at that time and this song for some reason was very helpful and effective and soothing, because it’s sad but it’s also just kind of the perfect song. It was very formative in that time in my life. I really loved that song.

The Advice

OK, piece of advice. Here’s the big news: nobody cares. Nobody is thinking about you. They’re thinking about you for like 15 seconds, then they’re like worried about their own shit. Nobody cares about the dream you had last night – well they do, kind of, but not really. They love you, but they don’t care. I find that very soothing.

The Trip

The first time I came to London was when I was 18 – it was my boyfriend at the time and he surprised me with this trip. We couldn’t get used to jet lag because I’d never been jet lagged before and so we would stay up all night and then sleep during the day. At this time in my life, I was still afraid of new foods, so I ate at McDonald’s multiple times. We went and saw the Spice Girls at the O2 and it was pretty heavenly. It was the first time I really had been in London; we were in Covent Garden and I was like, “This place is incredible.” Now I’ve spent so much time here and I love it. I didn’t realise this would be a city that would be one of the formative places in my life.

The Film

Oh God, I’m trying to think of ones I haven’t talked about extensively – but I think it’s going to have to be Network again. In the same way “Where Do The Children Play” is the perfect song, I think it’s kind of the perfect movie. The way it’s directed, the way it’s written, that script, Faye Dunaway’s performance – it’s literally everything.

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– Photoshoots & Portraits > 2019 > Vogue UK

January 2, 2019
Emma featured on Paul McCartney‘s new music video!
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Paul McCartney‘s new music video  featuring Emma Stone is out ! ‘Who Cares – I Do‘ is an anthem for anti-bullying. Check out the video and pictures:

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– Other Projects > Who Cares (2018) > Promotional Images

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January 2, 2019
Emma hosts the HAIM For The Holidays – World on Wheels
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Emma Stone co-hosted the HAIM For The Holidays – World on Wheels night in Los Angeles on December 12 (2018), to raise money for Planned Parenthood. Her friends and family attended the event as well.

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– Public Appearances > 2018 > December 12 – HAIM For The Holidays in Los Angeles