Trailer Addicted uploaded a interview with Emma on set on “Crazy, Stupid, Love”. Shee talked about his character, the directors, the relationship between Hannah and Jacob (Ryan Gosling), Girls having a crush on Jacob types and Glenn Ficarra and John Requa.
Just a quick update, the Vanity Fair scans were updated with better quality ones, and now you have also the article scanned.
Added 05 new promo stills of Crazy, Stupid Love to the gallery, thanks to GoslingFan.com. Check it:
The promotional interviews for “Crazy, Stupid Love” are just about to start and we can already read around the internet some buzz of interviewers and media sites about it. Nelson Aspen has just posted on his Twitter account:
Big stars to interview this weekend…and all of them among my faves! Steve Carrell, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling!
So, you can expect photos and videos as soon it start being released!
Thanks to my friend Kelly (danielgillies.org) we have now scans of the current issue of Entertainment Weekly. Check it:
Hollywood “It Girl” Emma Stone is starring alongside Viola Davis in “The Help,” a drama that takes place in Mississippi during the 1960s. Stone, 22, pointed out to “Extra’s” Adrianna Costa, “This is the first time I’ve played an adult role, you have to realize. I’ve only played people in high school before!” The actress thoughtfully added, “Maybe I grew up this year.”
When Adrianna suggested Emma go dress shopping for the Academy Awards, the actress laughed, “That would be like someone saying, ‘I think this year you’re gonna meet the man of your dreams,’ and you go out and buy a wedding dress.”
Costa asked Stone about a bakery rumor and the star responded, “Who leaked the information that I wanted to intern at a bakery? That was supposed to be top secret information and I don’t know who said that.
“No, I’m not interning at a bakery, but I was thinking about doing it — I thought it would be nice, but now it’s like, ‘Emma’s interning at a bakery,’ [and] I don’t want to do it so much anymore.”
With the new Entertainment Weekly issue, we have now the first official promotional images of Emma in “The Amazing Spider Man” movie. Check it:
Every year around Comic-Con, Entertainment Weekly runs a huge blow out about the pop culture convention and this year is no exception. The cover of their latest issue, hitting newsstands Friday, features brand new photos of The Amazing Spider-Man including Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, mechanical webshooters and that beautiful costume. Hi-res scans will surely hit the Net later today as the issue starts leaking out but The Insider got the first look and someone was smart enough to do some screengrabs. They’re not great, but they’ll do in a pinch: