To promote Magic in the Moonlight, Emma Stone visited last night The Late Show With David Letterman. You will find in our gallery some pictures of her arrival/departing, and below some excerpts of the interview. Come back later for the full interview/screencaptures.
Emma joined her Magic in the Moonlight co-star Colin Firth today morning in New York for an interview on Good Morning America. She was beautiful wearing a Dior dress, and her interview was funny – as usual. During the interview, Emma revealed that she named her first dog after her director Woody Allen‘s famous Annie Hall character, Alvy Singer.
“He doesn’t know that. Oh God. He knows now,” she said. Watch it:
The first trailer for Emma’s upcoming Woody Allen film Magic in the Moonlight has just appeared online – what do you think?
Emma Stone appeared on Saturday Night Live this weekend to support co-star and boyfriend Andrew Garfield with his first hosting appearance, and also took part in a very awkward Spider-Man kissing skit. Watch them in full below:
Last night Emma appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and took part in a rather epic lip sync battle – watch the video in full below:
In Vogue‘s latest original short, watch the Amazing Spider-Man 2 star as she uses a hilarious, highly unconventional method to prepare for her latest role—as a nun. Written and directed by Ruben Fleischer. Thanks to Luciana for the heads-up!
Following the recent announcement that Spider-Man is the first Super Hero ambassador for Earth Hour, the global movement organized by WWF, Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone from the highly anticipated motion picture The Amazing Spider-Man 2 have chosen to back two separate projects on ‘Earth Hour Blue’, a new crowdfunding and crowdsourcing platform for the planet.
With a message to inspire individuals to use their power to become a Super Hero for the planet, the new platform launched from Earth Hour’s global headquarters in Singapore will allow anyone to use their voice or their dollar to take action and support projects across the globe.
Now run globally from Singapore at the heart of Asia, Earth Hour has rapidly grown to involve hundreds of millions of people from all walks of life and global landmarks across 7000 cities and towns and 154 countries and territories.
Andrew Garfield, who plays Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the upcoming movie The Amazing Spider-Man 2, is supporting the Earth Hour Blue project ‘A Flame Called Hope’. The project aims to provide clean bio-gas energy for local communities in Nepal, thereby reducing deforestation and providing an alternate means of livelihood for families in the area.