I have added a HQ scan of Emma Stone from the September 2010 issue of “Glamour” (Russia) magazine – thanks to Elmira!
Emma Stone’s latest movie Easy A is gaining momentum and buzz as it nears it’s opening weekend of September 17th. Stone plays Olive, a high school girl who uses the rumor mill to gain popularity but it begins to backfire on her. Check this new featurette out with Stone, Penn Badgley, Stanley Tucci, Amanda Bynes and director Will Gluck as they give you the scoop on their film.
Emma Stone and Bryce Clyde Jenkins enjoy a breakfast conversation with in this new clip from Easy A.
In the clip below, the duo eat and talk with their on-screen parents, played by Patricia Clarkson and Stanley Tucci, on where Olive was previously and other whether Chip would go through puberty. Then Chip exclaimed he was adopted and dad ran with the joke that it spoiled the surprise.
Easy A, also starring Aly Michalka and Amanda Bynes, is about a high school student who she spread a rumor about her sexuality within the school to advance her social standing, but it later backfired.
The flick hits theaters on Friday, September 17th.
The first photos of Emma Stone from the set of “Friends With Benefits” have just surfaced! I have added 11 photos of Emma and co-star Justin Timberlake on set in Hollywood, last night (August 27th), into our gallery!
Emma Stone Connection is proud to bring you all the cover of Emma’s issue of “ASOS” magazine! She featured on the cover of the September 2010 issue – for New York. There is 3 covers, and Emma is featured on the New York one.
Two new clips from “Easy A” have been released – you can watch them below!
Emma Stone will be on the cover of the September 2010 issue of “ASOS” (New York) magazine! I will be sure to post scans as soon the magazine is released.
Up-and-coming star Emma Stone gets a lesson in high school popularity in ‘Easy A,’ in theaters Sept. 17.
In the film, loosely based on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘The Scarlett Letter,’ Stone plays Olive, a high school nobody whose status rises when she pretends to lose her virginity to her gay friend. Soon, all of the boys in school need her help, leading everyone to believe she’s way more, uh, experienced than she really is.
The film, directed by Will Gluck (‘Hamlet 2′), is already giving us ‘Mean Girls’ vibes, and could become the next great teen comedy. But will it actually make the grade?