Emily Jean Stone was born on Nov. 6, 1988 in Scottsdale, AZ. At age 11, she joined a local children’s theater where she performed in numerous plays and was part of an improv troop – an experience that sparked Stone’s interest in becoming a comedic actress. When she was 14, the then-budding comic ingeniously made a PowerPoint presentation titled “Project Hollywood 2004” set to the Madonna song “Hollywood” (2003) to convince her parents to allow her to move to Los Angeles.
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Emma Stone and Dave McCary have postponed their wedding due to the coronavirus pandemic, Page Six has learned.
The Oscar-winning actress, 31, and McCary, 34, were set to tie the knot in Los Angeles this past weekend, but are holding off for now. As Page Six previously reported, the couple didn’t reveal the location of the planned nuptials on their wedding invitation.
We’re told they haven’t set a new date.
The pair announced their engagement in December after two years of dating. Stone first met McCary, a former segment director on “Saturday Night Live,” when she hosted the show in 2016. They were first romantically linked in October 2017.
We have learned that Damien Chazelle’s ‘Babylon’ is eyeing to begin filming in July in Los Angeles. We have also learned some new details regarding the two lead characters.
Brad Pitt and Emma Stone are already signed on to star in the film however, these actors will not be in the lead roles. Sources say that the studio is currently casting the the lead role and a strong supporting female role,
These include the lead male character who sources describe as a early 20s latino male that was born in the U.S. to Mexican immigrant parents who is determined to pursue a career in Hollywood.
As for the strong supporting female character, sources say that it will be Anna May Wong, who was considered to be the first Chinese American film actor to gain international recognition. Since the actor appeared in many silent films, it makes sense why Anna May Wong will have a strong supporting role in this film.
This is because it has been previously reported that ‘Babylon’ will take place during the transition from silent films to talkies and will feature a mix of real-life and fictional characters.
Damien Chazelle will write and direct the film, he previously directed ‘La La Land’ starring Emma Stone and also recently directed ‘First Man’ starring Ryan Gosling. ‘Babylon’ will likely release in 2021 with Paramount Pictures set to distribute the feature film
NOTE: Since I see some people confused by this, Brad Pitt and Emma Stone are not playing the above two detailed roles, they are in different unknown roles in the film.
The Favourite director Yorgos Lanthimos has started shooting in Greece on a new short that will star Emma Stone and Damien Bonnard. Plot details are under wraps. The project will combine visual arts and classical music and will be screened as part of an installation, accompanied by live orchestral ensembles, on May 22, 23 and 27, 2020, at the Stavros Niarchos Hall of the Greek National Opera at SNFCC. The film is the second commission in the series The Artist on the Composer, a collaboration between the Greek National Opera and non-profit art organization NEON. The first was made by Greek artist Nikos Navridis. They are funded by grants from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), which is looking to enhance the Greek National Opera’s artistic outreach.
This year’s Glasgow Film Festival has unveiled its lineup, featuring nine world premieres. Films making their debuts include Scotland-based director Anthony Baxter’s new pic Flint, which chronicles the situation in Flint, Michigan, and Julian Jarrold’s biopic Sulphur & White, starring Mark Stanley as mountaineer and charity campaigner David Tait. Also screening for the first time is Roy’s World: Barry Gifford’s Chicago, which brings to life beat poet and screenwriter Barry Gifford’s autobiographical story collection with archive footage, animation and narration by Willem Dafoe, Lili Taylor and Matt Dillon. This year’s festival runs February 26 to March 8 and closes on International Women’s Day; it will mark the date by having every film screened either directed or written by a woman, or starring a female lead.
We can reveal that Rusty Mutt, the post-production company led by Cary Flaum, is partnering with producer Greg Lauritano of Black Magic to expand its post work and also offer financing for independent films. Lauritano will assume the title Head of Production at the New York-based company, which will manage post services on several of the producer’s upcoming films. The outfit has started accepting submissions for post-production/equity financing deals, and it will also be looking to harness the New York State Tax Incentive. Flaum and Lauritano met when working together on Brian Petsos’s Big Gold Brick – Rusty Mutt is supervising post-production on the film. “In an age where non-formulaic films are becoming more difficult to finance, we’re aiming to create relationships with visionary filmmakers who want to break boundaries and tell thought-provoking stories that keep audiences on the tips of their toes,” said Lauritano.
The sequel to the 2009 Zombieland movie is coming on October 18 in cinemas. Check out the first trailer as well as new posters and stills. Starring Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin.
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