Showing off her posing skills, Emma Stone is featured on the front of the July/August 2015 issue of WSJ magazine.
The “Irrational Man” actress discussed the WikiLeaks post containing her phone number and email address following the Sony Pictures hack last year- "Then I did one of the worst things ever, which was react really quickly. I was getting all these emails and texts from people I didn’t know—‘Hi, I’m Joe from the U.K. I like your movies’—and I was so overwhelmed that I went to my inbox and I deleted all my emails. In about a 30-second span, I hit ‘Select All’ and ‘Delete Forever,’ and thousands of emails, like six years of emails, are now gone forever. I was just so freaked out that someone was in there...It was horrible. I cried for like an hour. Most of the emails I’m mourning I can still talk to the person and get them back. But there’s others where the person is actually gone. It really sucks."
Usually filmmakers tend to stand behind their work, but Cameron Crowe is doing what appears to be a backtrack in the face of the controversy surrounding “Aloha,” his new film set in the Hawaiian Islands.
In particular, the “Almost Famous” mastermind says he’s sorry for casting Emma Stone as a ¼ Hawaiian woman, given that her real ethnic background is Western European.
She’s much more than just a pretty face and Emma Stone sat down with Diane Keaton for a fascinating chat in the May 2015 issue of Interview magazine.
And given that the interview took place prior to the “Easy A” actress’ split with Andrew Garfield, he was fair game for subject matter. Diane began, "Andrew Garfield said, 'Working with Emma was like diving into a thrilling, twisting river [Stone laughs] and never holding on to the sides. From the start. To the end. Spontaneous. In the moment. Present. Terrifying. Vital. The only way acting with someone should be.' My God. I mean, what did you feel when you heard such a dream-come-true observation?” Emma replied, "He is such a poet. [laughs] But that's the way he writes in general. So I hear it and of course my heart swells up. And I also know that he writes things like that on a daily basis.”
Always one of the most well attended fetes during Hollywood's biggest night, the Vanity Fair Oscar Party continued to live up to its reputation on Sunday (February 22).
Hosted by Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, top names like Natalie Portman, Sofia Vergara, Emma Stone and Beyoncé were among the celebrities ringing in the 20th anniversary of the exclusive Academy Awards soiree.