23 June 2013 by: Claudia | Leave a Comment | Movie 43, Movies, Multimedia, Videos

From what we can work out, Movie 43 is probably going to be the strangest film we have ever seen. At least if this rather unexpected – yet fairly hilarious – clip of Emma Stone getting out her dodgy flirting skills is anything to go by.

Frankly anything involving Emma is enough to get our bum in front of the telly, but this new flick looks set to be both funny and ridiculously rude. Starring loads of celebs including Kate Winslet, Chloe Moretz, Elizabeth Banks and Gerard Butler, it’s Emma’s rudey dudey scene in the supermarket that has got us chuckling our faces off, because let’s be honest, anything involving talk of ‘performing a sex act on a wizard’ is going to be great.

Can we just mention that the love interest also just so happens to be the kid from She’s All That, who rollerblades and forces the school bullies to eat pizza with pubes on.

What a lovely memory.

Frankly the clip is on the same level of weird, so check it out, but only if you don’t mind lots of rudeness

Well that was BIZARRE. At least now we know what Andrew Garfield is in for.


June 3rd and 4th on sets pictures of Emma have been added to the gallery. Enjoy them in HQ.

I have added more HQs from the 1st June on sets folder and new ones from 2nd june.

Another day on set for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Enjoy the HQs from yesterday, June 1st in New York.

31 May 2013 by: Claudia | Leave a Comment | Articles, News

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Emma Stone was rumored to be in talks to make her Broadway debut in the upcoming revival of CABARET in the role of Sally Bowles. Now according to the New York Times, Stone has pulled out of the upcoming show. Stone’s publicist told NYT that she “has scheduling conflicts with a feature film that prevent her from joining the musical.”

Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall will co-direct the production, which will open at Studio 54 next spring. A Roundabout spokesperson told NYT: “Roundabout is in the casting phase and exploring if the production can come together with the most ideal cast.”

Earlier this spring, BWW reported that Anne Hathaway was under consideration for the iconic role however her publicist promptly denied the report to the New York Times. However it was confirmed by Cabaret composer John Kander that the Roundabout Theater Company, which revived the musical back in 1998, is planning to bring the show back to Studio 54 in early 2014. Alan Cumming is attached to reprise his role as the Emcee with rehearsals scheduled to get underway in January 2014.

Stone most recently appeared on the big screen in “Gangster Squad” and lent her voice to DreamWorks hit animated film “The Croods.” Next summer she will reprise her role as Gwen Stacy in the second installment of “The Amazing Spider-Man.”


Another on set of lovely Emma. Such adorable in that bluette.

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