The Times Leader – Not all of Hollywood’s summer heroes are decked out in superhero costumes. Some wear maid uniforms.
Stars of the big-screen adaptation of Kathryn Stockett’s literary sensation “The Help” helped show off footage from the film recently at CinemaCon, a Las Vegas convention for theater owners.
Co-stars Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Bryce Dallas Howard and Octavia Spencer say “The Help” gives audiences a loving look at ordinary women rising to heroic status amid a summer lineup filled with comic-book action tales.
“The Help,” due in theaters Aug. 12, follows an aspiring writer (Stone) who returns to her hometown in Mississippi in 1963 and encourages black maids to go public about the realities of their lives working in servitude to white families
Hard at work on their latest project, Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone were spotted on location for “The Amazing Spider-Man” in Manhattan earlier today (April 30).
The two stars hit the streets of the Big Apple to film the movie’s final scenes, as Emma told “E!” earlier this week,
“We’re doing exteriors in New York for a couple of weeks, so it’ll be done in mid-May. So, yeah, it was only a six-month shoot.”
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Emma Stone looks on as Andy Samberg jokes about his own “Easy A” moment in this brand new promo for Saturday Night Live! The 24-year-old actress is hosting SNL this Saturday (October 23) with musical guests Kings of Leon! Make sure you don’t miss it.
If you’re not familiar the story of Easy A it’s actually a rather intriguing update on the literary classic The Scarlett Letter, with a modern twist. In order to help her gay best friend who is being bullied in school Olive (Emma Stone) feigns losing her virginity to the boy to save him from ridicule. When more boys trying to up their social standing approach Olive for her services as well, she opens for business pushing the high school rumor mills into overdrive.
What drew you to play the role of Olive?
First of all, it’s really rare to read a really well-written, fleshed-out, funny character that’s female, especially in a comedy, and so that’s exciting right off the bat. Then I just thought the script is so clever, and I really liked Olive’s perspective on things. She’s no damsel in distress, so I just really liked her all around as a character and loved the script itself.
Emma Stone is helping her mom celebrate being cancer-free in an unusual way: they’re getting matching wrist tattoos!
“We’ve never gotten tattoos before and probably never will again,” the actress told David Letterman on Thursday. “Two years ago tomorrow she got diagnosed with breast cancer, and she’s out of the woods now, which is amazing.”
According to Stone, the tattoos will be anything but ordinary — because they’re designed by a former Beatle!
“My mom’s favorite song is ‘Blackbird’ by Paul McCartney, and it’s my favorite song as well,” she explained. “I wrote a letter to Paul McCartney asking him if he would draw two little bird feet — because he wrote the song — and yesterday he sent them to me.”
Stone previously met the rock legend, 68, when she visited his house with her Zombieland costar Woody Harrelson.
“We went into Paul McCartney’s house and he made us veggie burgers,” she recalled. “It was so good. But can you imagine if I was like, ‘Well, the burgers were a little [overcooked]?’
Stone admitted she still can’t believe the musician came through for her.
“Custom tattoos by Paul McCartney. Isn’t that wild?” she said. “He’s a good guy.”
Congrats to Emma and her lovely mom, that’s absolutely a great news!