Nov 27, 2010
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I have added 2 more sets of magazine scans – 4 in total – thanks to Elmira!

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Emma Stone Photo Gallery > Miscellaneous > Magazine Scans > Pantalla Semanal – October 29, 2010
Emma Stone Photo Gallery > Miscellaneous > Magazine Scans > FotoGramas – November 2010

Nov 26, 2010
Filed under Interviews, The Amazing Spider-Man | Comments Off on Emma Stone: ‘I want to please Spider-Man fans’

Emma Stone has admitted that she wants Spider-Man fans to embrace her portrayal of Gwen Stacy.

The Easy A star told MTV that she has avoided reading feedback about her casting on the internet because she wants to form her own version of the webslinger’s love interest.

“There’s a part of me that really wants to please people that love Spider-Man or Gwen Stacy and want her to be done justice. I hope they’ll give me licence to interpret her my way. But that fanbase, I’m one of them, so I completely understand why they would be judgemental of certain things,” she said.

“I try not to look [at stories on the internet] because I do care and I don’t want to psych myself out. I kinda have to stay off the internet. I’m not thick-skinned enough. I get too sensitive. I don’t want it to affect what I’m doing.”

Discussing her preparations for the comic book film, which casts British actor Andrew Garfield as the Marvel hero, Stone revealed that she has returned to her natural blonde hair color to match Gwen Stacy.

“I looked in the mirror and said, ‘Oh my god, it’s me again, it’s been so long!’ she commented. “We’re finalising the visual stuff. And I think we’ll start actually rehearsing, because we start shooting in two weeks.

“Andrew and I went and learned about science yesterday. Gwen really likes science, so we learned about science. I was home-schooled, so I never went to chemistry class in a traditional setting like Gwen is into. That was really beneficial.”

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Nov 24, 2010

Before Emma Stone signed on in October to the play Peter Parker’s love interest, Gwen Stacy, in the rebooted “Spider-Man,” rumors were swirling that the 22-year-old was looking to join up with another reboot: Jonah Hill’s “21 Jump Street.” The pair had starred together in “Superbad,” and Sony was reportedly trying to reunite them for a big-screen take on Johnny Depp’s ’80s-era TV series.

But Stone’s entry into “Spider-Man” threw those plans in flux, and now MTV News has heard from Stone herself that she won’t be taking part in “Jump Street.”

“I don’t think I’m going to be part of that, but Jonah is one of my favorite people in the entire world,” she told us during a chat for our Thankful Week (we named her the actress we’re most thankful for in 2010).

As recently as early November, Hill was still playing coy about casting Stone. “I can’t say anything to the negative or the positive of that,” he told us of the possibility. “I think we’ll have some cool casting announcements to make very, very soon.”

Instead of an announcement about Stone, though, news soon broke that Channing Tatum had signed on to “Jump Street.” And when we asked Stone if she still had plans for the flick despite her commitment to “Spider-Man,” she joked, “I think Channing Tatum swept in.”

So while she won’t be stepping in front of the camera with Hill and Tatum on the project, she told us she can’t wait to check it out. “I’m psyched to see that movie,” she said. “It’s going to be great.”

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Nov 24, 2010
Filed under Interviews, The Amazing Spider-Man | Comments Off on Emma Stone Talks About Playing Gwen Stacy In Spider-Man

The actress talks about how she’s preparing for the role, going back to being blonde, what we can expect to see from Gwen in the movie, keeping the fans happy and much more…

On Getting The Role Of Gwen Stacy In The Upcoming Reboot:

“The way I have to approach it, and I think Andrew would agree, is just like any other movie. You’re going to put the same amount of focus into this that you would with anything. It just happens to be an exponentially bigger budget. So there’s that. It’ll probably feel different when we start to do press, but we won’t have to deal with that for another year and a half. And there are harnesses I’m going to have to use in this one. That’s the only difference. Just the harnesses.”

On Going Back To Blonde To Play The Character:

“Today I went and did hair tests, because I have blonde hair now since Gwen has blonde hair. My natural hair is blonde, so it’s kind of nice. I looked in the mirror and said, “Oh my god, it’s me again, it’s been so long!” We’re finalizing the visual stuff. And I think we’ll start actually rehearsing, because we start shooting in two weeks. Andrew and I went and learned about science yesterday. Gwen really likes science, so we learned about science. I was home-schooled, so I never went to chemistry class in a traditional setting like Gwen is into. That was really beneficial.”

On What We Can Expect To See From Gwen In The Movie:

There are a lot of changes happening on a day to day basis. There’s a lot of open dialogue about where we’re going with this and how Peter and Gwen are going to come together and what makes the most sense for the story we’re telling. It’s an ever-changing thing. We’re still in that development period. It’s so fantastic. My background is in improv and things like that, so this kind of ever-changing nature is ideal for me.”

On How She Plans To Keep The Fans Happy:

“There’s a part of me that really wants to please people that love Spider-Man or Gwen Stacy and want her to be done justice. I hope they’ll give me license to interpret her my way. But that fan base, I’m one of them, so I completely understand why they would be judgmental of certain things. I try not to look [at stories on the Internet] because I do care and I don’t want to psych myself out. I kinda half to stay off the Internet. I’m not thick-skinned enough. I get too sensitive. I don’t want it to effect what I’m doing.”

On The Kind Of Gwen Stacy She’ll Be In The Movie:

” I wouldn’t call Gwen a damsel in distress. But who know what’s going to happen? It’s so early.”

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Nov 24, 2010
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As MTV News’ Thankful Week draws to a close, we begin to cast our gaze away from the big screen and towards tables soon to be the scene of turkey-crazed feasts. But we have one last honor to bestow: the actress we’re most thankful for in 2010.

The winner is none other than Emma Stone, a move that completes a nifty “Spider-Man” double win, as we also honored Andrew Garfield — who’s stepping into the role of Peter Parker — as the actor we’re most thankful for this year. Stone won the part of Gwen Stacy in October, capping a stellar year for the 22-year-old.

From the top-notch teenage rom-com “Easy A” to her “Saturday Night Live” hosting gig to the opportunity to shoot flicks opposite the likes of Steve Carell (“Crazy, Stupid, Love”) and Justin Timberlake (“Friends With Benefits”), Stone was already having a great 2010. Then “Spider-Man” director Marc Webb came calling. Her life is never going to be the same — and she couldn’t be more excited.

The always-energetic actress called up MTV News in the midst of “Spider-Man” preproduction to talk about what a surreal year it’s been and how she’s dealing with the pressures of taking on the iconic Marvel series.

MTV: Thanks for calling up to chat.

Emma Stone: Thank you for having me!

MTV: Well, you’re going to be very excited in a second.

Stone: What is it? What’s it going to be? You like how I’m excited at the mere mention that I’m going to be excited?

MTV: Uh-oh, I really have to come through now. Look out your window — there’s a blimp with your face on it!

Stone: Oh my god, it’s so beautiful, I’m looking right now! You wanna know what’s really insane about that? I actually pulled back the curtain and looked at the sky.

MTV: I’m sorry to disappoint, but I can tell you that every year we honor various people we’re thankful for, and this year you’re the woman we’re most thankful for.

Stone: Oh my god, shut up! Get out of here! I prepared a 10-minute speech, is that OK?

MTV: I’m afraid we don’t have enough time. You know, the man we’re most thankful for this year is your “Spider-Man” co-star Andrew Garfield.

Stone: Hey, I know that guy! We’ve met. He’s the worst!

MTV: I won’t tell him you said that. It has been quite a year for you. “Easy A” gets a great reaction, you’re shooting movies with people like Justin Timberlake and Ryan Gosling, you host “Saturday Night Live,” and then you land “Spider-Man.” Does 2010 feel like a landmark year?

Stone: It feels kind of scary saying this because that means it’s only downhill, but it’s been the best year of my life. Not just with how lucky I’ve been work-wise, but with my family and friends. I’m totally terrified for 2011. I have such a disaster mentality, it’s not even funny.

MTV: Which raises the question, are you ready for something as big as “Spider-Man”? Can you ever be ready for something like that?

Stone: The way I have to approach it, and I think Andrew would agree, is just like any other movie. You’re going to put the same amount of focus into this that you would with anything. It just happens to be an exponentially bigger budget. So there’s that. It’ll probably feel different when we start to do press, but we won’t have to deal with that for another year and a half. And there are harnesses I’m going to have to use in this one. That’s the only difference: just the harnesses.

MTV: Seriously, though, it’s been quite a year for you with on-screen love interests. The women in the office are jealous — Penn Badgley, Timberlake, Gosling, Garfield. You’re a lucky woman …

Stone: What can I say? You cannot compare them. They are so wonderful in their own ways. Again, it’s been an amazing year.

MTV: Has there been one surreal point in particular that kind of encapsulates 2010 for you?

Stone: Hosting “Saturday Night Live.” That’s always been my ultimate dream. That moment before you come out those doors when Don Pardo says your name and you’re standing there … I had never let myself imagine what that would feel like. That moment when you walk through those doors was probably the most surreal moment, not just of this year, but ever.

MTV: So you guys are in rehearsals for “Spider-Man,” right? What is that process like at this point?

Stone: Today I went and did hair tests, because I have blonde hair now since Gwen has blonde hair. My natural hair is blonde, so it’s kind of nice. I looked in the mirror and said, “Oh my god, it’s me again, it’s been so long!” We’re finalizing the visual stuff. And I think we’ll start actually rehearsing, because we start shooting in two weeks. Andrew and I went and learned about science yesterday. Gwen really likes science, so we learned about science. I was home-schooled, so I never went to chemistry class in a traditional setting like Gwen is into. That was really beneficial.

MTV: There seemed to be so much competition for the role of Gwen Stacy. Do you ever think, “Why me?” What do you think won you the part?

Stone: I ask myself that question every day. I have no f—ing idea. It’s the most amazing idea, I can’t even tell you. I don’t think I ever will figure out how it happened. It’s been mind-blowing. I know things will eventually change, so I’m just trying to avoid thinking about it and just enjoy it while it’s happening. Ugh, what am I even saying? Don’t write any of that down!

Nov 23, 2010
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I have added some various scans of Emma Stone from 2008, 2009 and 2010 into our gallery!

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Emma Stone Photo Gallery > Miscellaneous > Magazine Scans > Glamour – March 2008
Emma Stone Photo Gallery > Miscellaneous > Magazine Scans > Glamour – April 2009
Emma Stone Photo Gallery > Miscellaneous > Magazine Scans > Nylon – May 2010
Emma Stone Photo Gallery > Miscellaneous > Magazine Scans > GQ – August 2010
Emma Stone Photo Gallery > Miscellaneous > Magazine Scans > Allure – September 2010
Emma Stone Photo Gallery > Miscellaneous > Magazine Scans > Accion Reloaded – October/November 2010

Nov 23, 2010
Filed under News & Gossip, The Amazing Spider-Man | Comments Off on Denis Leary To Play George Stacy In ‘Spider-Man’

The cast of the “Spider-Man” reboot continues to grow, as another father figure is joining the scene — but with the patriarch of the Parker family already covered in the form of Martin Sheen’s casting as Uncle Ben, it’s Emma Stone who’s about to get a new daddy.

“Rescue Me” star Denis Leary is currently in negotiations to star in “Spider-Man” as police captain George Stacy, according to Heat Vision. The character is the father of Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker’s first love interest played by the “Easy A” and “Zombieland” actress.

In the comics, George Stacy plays something of a father figure role to Peter Parker, welcoming the young man into the Stacy household thanks to his relationship with George’s daughter. George is not just a strong supporter of Peter Parker, but an outspoken advocate of Spider-Man’s.

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Nov 23, 2010
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Despite all the hype and hoopla surrounding the Marc Webb-directed “Spider-Man” reboot, a part of me is still sad about all that went down with Sam Raimi. Don’t get me wrong, I’m intrigued by what Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone will bring to the mix, but a large part of me won’t let go of Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker — and Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Watson, for that matter.

When MTV News caught up with the former Ms. MJ recently to promote her new movie “All Good Things,” I couldn’t help but ask what her advice would be for the new Spidey leading lady, Emma Stone, as well as her thoughts on Sony moving on with the franchise without Raimi and Maguire.

“Get used to acting to nothing,” advised Dunst, laughing. “[There is] a lot of that. Swinging, and acting to nothing.”

With the upcoming movie focusing on Peter Parker’s relationship with his first love, Gwen Stacy, is Dunst sad that MJ won’t be a part of the new film?

“No. I mean, I think for all of us those three movies were so special in all or our lives and I think three is a good number to go out on,” she said.

And though I suppose she’s right, I’m probably not alone in wondering if “Spider-Man 3″ was the right film to end Raimi’s “Spider-Man” story.

Nevertheless, there are plenty of things to be excited about with the reboot, and most of them have to do with the ever-growing cast: Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, Rhys Ifans as an unnamed villain who may or may not be The Lizard, Martin Sheen as Uncle Ben, and Sally Field as Aunt May. There’s also Denis Leary, who was recently added to the roster in the role of Gwen’s dad, George Stacy.

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