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

December 13, 2018
Emma Stone receives Golden Globes & SAG nominations
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Emma received nominations for the Golden Globes and the SAG during these past days! See below:

Golden Globes:

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture

Amy Adams (Vice)

Claire Foy (First Man)

Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk)

Emma Stone (The Favourite)

Rachel Weisz (The Favourite)

SAG

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role:
Amy Adams, “Vice”
Emily Blunt, “A Quiet Place”
Margot Robbie, “Mary Queen of Scots”
Emma Stone, “The Favourite”
Rachel Weisz, “The Favourite”

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries:
Amy Adams, “Sharp Objects”
Patricia Arquette, “Escape at Dannemora”
Patricia Clarkson, “Sharp Objects”
Penelope Cruz, “Assassination of Gianni Versace”
Emma Stone, “Maniac”

 

The 76th annual Golden Globe Awards will air Jan. 6 on NBC. This year’s hosts are Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh.

The 25th Annual SAG Awards ceremony will be simulcast live on TNT and TBS on Jan. 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Kristen Bell was the SAG Awards first-ever host last year, though an emcee has not been announced yet for the 2019 incarnation.

 

 

December 13, 2018
Emma Stone for The Los Angeles Times
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We have updated our gallery with new pictures of Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz and Yorgos Lanthimos posing for LA Times.

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– Photoshoots & Portraits > 2018 > The Los Angeles Times

December 5, 2018
Emma Stone & Timothée Chalame for Variety’s Actors on Actors
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Emma Stone and Timothee Chalamet are on the cover of Variety‘s Actors on Actors issue, out now.

Timothee, on Hollywood: “People want a mirror of the things they see — they want to see things shot in a way that doesn’t feel like the sheen of Hollywood is there, and they want to see stories that feel real. That’s what I think. What do you think?”

Emma, on Hollywood: “I totally disagree with you. We are on totally different pages, but whatever, it’s fine. Just kidding — you’re absolutely right. It’s an exciting time. There’s a lot of shift happening.”

Timothee, on The Favourite and Emma’s nudity scene: “It felt like The Favourite was a tone I hadn’t seen you in before. I saw an interview where you said it was a very conscious choice to have a scene with nudity because you felt like it was true to the script.”

Emma, on her The Favourite nudity scene: “I truly have never in my whole time working, which is not that long, I guess — it’s 12 or 13 years now — I have never, ever made a decision because I was like, ‘This is the kind of thing I need to do.’ Now I try to combine all three elements of the script, the character and the director, but at different times it’s either that I am dying to work with this director or the script is incredible, or the character. It’s always been about that and not about that it needs to be this big movie or I need to show my tits or whatever.”

For more from Emma and Timothee, head to Variety.com. Watch their full conversation below!

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– Public Appearances > 2018 > November 18 – Variety’s Actors on Actors Awards Studio at Goya Studios

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December 5, 2018
Emma Stone attends the British Independent Film Awards
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Emma Stone attended the 2018 British Independent Film Awards(aka the BIFAs) at Old Billingsgate on Sunday (December 2) in London, England.

The 30-year-old actress was joined at the event by her The Favourite co-star Olivia Colman.

Both Olivia and Emma are nominated for their work in the film this evening. Their co-star, Rachel Weisz, is also nominated.

Emma is wearing a Louis Vuitton dress, shoes, jewelry, and clutch.

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– Public Appearances > 2018 > December 01 – 21st British Independent Film Awards in London

– Photoshoots & Portraits > 2018 > British Independent Film Awards – Photo Booth

– Photoshoots & Portraits > 2018 > British Independent Film Awards – Portrait Studio

November 22, 2018
Emma Stone joins Timothée Chalamet at Variety’s Actors on Actors Awards Studio!
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Emma Stone suits up for the 2018 Variety Studio: Actors on Actors on Saturday (November 17) at Goya Studios in Los Angeles.

Other stars at the event included Amy AdamsNicole KidmanCharlize TheronMichael B. JordanEmily BluntHugh JackmanLin-Manuel MirandaFelicity JonesDakota Johnson, Lady Gaga and Constance Wu.

Each year, Variety Studios features exclusive one-on-one conversations with actors and actresses from the year’s most notable films who are expected to contend this Awards season.

Clips from the event will appear on Variety.com starting at the beginning of December with full episodes to premiere on PBS SoCal KOCE (and will stream on pbssocal.org) beginning on Tuesday, January 8th.

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– Public Appearances > 2018 > November 18 – Variety’s Actors on Actors Awards Studio at Goya Studios