There is a live-stream from the screening of “Paper Man” last night and in it there is an interview with Emma! ( starts at 19:15 )
Thanks to Tim for the information!
Tonight was the screening for “Paper Man” at the Florida Film Festival and I have added the first picture of Emma at the screening! I’ve been scouring the internet and this all I can find, but I’ll definitely add anymore photos I find when I find them. :wink:
Is Taylor Swift dating “Glee” star Cory Monteith? Or, has she rekindled her romance with “Valentine’s Day” costar Taylor Lautner? Or, could it be that she is currently being romanced by pop’s biggest Casanova (and one time duet partner), John Mayer? Well, MTV News decided to get to the bottom of it, and checked in with Taylor’s pal, “Zombieland” star Emma Stone to get the low down on Taylor’s love life.
However, when MTV News’ Josh Horowitz inferred that Taylor was “apparently dating all three guys” during the junket for Emma’s new flick, “Paper Man,” she very empathetically laughed. “She’s busy!” Emma responded sarcastically. “I don’t think she even knows that! I’ll send her a text [and let her know!]”
So, let’s say Taylor needed some relationship advice, would she turn to Emma to help her sort out her current romantic entanglements? Why, of course! “Um sure… yeah! We talk about everything that friends talk about,” Emma reported. “Of course [we give each other relationship advice].”
With Taylor’s, uh, romances cleared up, we asked whether Emma had any plans to duet with the blonde bombshell anytime soon? “That would be terrifying!” she shared, laughing about the whole scenario of every having to jump on stage to sing with Taylor. It’s a good thing they bond over something else then: their great senses of humor!
Whether she’s poking fun at her clean-cut image in a rap with T-Pain or spoofing Taylor Lautner’s soapy drama “Twilight” on “Saturday Night Live,” Taylor Swift has certainly showed off her comedy chops. But “Superbad” star Emma Stone, a friend of Swift’s, revealed that the country cutie’s humor is much more wicked than anyone could imagine.
“She’s so great! We’re very different, but she has such a sick sense of humor,” Stone told MTV News. “Nobody knows that. She’s so great. People know … how hilarious she is. They’ve seen her on ‘SNL.’ People are seeing it more now, and she’s so funny and she’s exactly who you think she is, and I love that.”
How did Swift and Stone end up becoming friends in the first place? “We met at the Young Hollywood Awards for Hollywood Life magazine,” Stone explained. “We met there three years ago, and then I listened to some of her music, and I wrote her an e-mail saying I liked her music, I swear. And then we started talking and hanging out.”
Stone also praised Swift for how well she handled the infamous Kanye West VMA rant, noting that the whole fiasco was quite “ridiculous.” She said Swift was “so awesome and so gracious and fine” after the incident.
Attention readers: Your imaginations are needed to help fill some gaps in a short film around which buzz has incrementally built over the last few months, and which actress Emma Stone briefly teased today in an interview with Movieline. That would be five-minute segment Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman contributed to the anthology Untitled Movie — which, depending on whom you ask, is a working title or the actual name of an all-star omnibus directed by the likes of Peter Farrelly, Brett Ratner, Elizabeth Banks, and others. Stone is in another short altogether, but to hear her tell it (and not nearly enough), keep your eyes on “The Catch.”
“That one is so much fun,” said Stone, who had sat down to talk more generally about her upcoming indie Paper Man, which opens April 23. “It’s a series of 17 short films — kind of like Kentucky Fried Movie. It that vein. It’s just really, really funny. Kieran Culkin and I did our short together a couple of weeks ago, directed by Griffin Dunne. But wait until you see the Kate Winslet/Hugh Jackman one. That’s the only other one I’ve seen. The humor is so raunchy.”
Wait, huh? Winslet and Jackman? “Raunchy?” We all know Winslet will do just about anything on camera, but Jackman? What?
“Well. all of the stories are completely different,” Stone continued. “I think they’re going to tie them together; I don’t know how. I can’t give it away, but theirs is called The Catch. He’s a bachelor… but there’s a catch. She’s going on a date with this bachelor, and you will not believe what you see when you see it. It’s so f*cking funny. It’s so funny. And then Kieran and I are exes, and I’ve come to return his… toys. He’s working at a grocery store — on the night shift — and we have this very intense exchange. They’re all these five-minute shorts. You’ll really like it.”
That seems reasonable — the part about liking it, that is, not the part about dangling the details of a raunchy Hugh Jackman/Kate Winslet short film in front of me before yanking it away. Cold! (We do know they enjoyed the shoot last fall, though, for what it’s worth.) Nevertheless, it’s a good envisioning exercise: After all, these two last worked together voicing a pair of sewer rats. Dirtier than that? Let’s hear your ideas.
Last night, Emma was at the New York screening for her film “Paper Man” and I have just added 120 HQ and MQ photos into the photo gallery! There are photos from both the red carpet and after party – you can see them all by clicking on the previews below…
“Marmaduke” will be released to theaters on June 4, 2010.
Marmaduke Synopsis: For Phil and Debbie Winslow, moving their family from Kansas to the O.C. is a big deal. For their enormous Great Dane “Marmaduke,” however, the move means a whole new way of life. It’s chaos at home and awkward at work as the Winslows struggle to control their angsty teenage canine.
/Film has some more information about the character Emma is in talks to portray in the movie “The Help”.
Emma Stone (Superbad, Zombieland) is in early talks to star in the big screen adaptation of Kathryn Stockett’s best-selling novel The Help for DreamWorks. The story follows a black maid in 1960’s Mississippi who breaks “the unspoken code of behavior governing Southern households” when she speaks candidly about her experiences. Tate Taylor, a childhood friend of the author, will make his feature directorial debut from his own screenplay adaptation.
Aibileen is a black maid in 1962 Jackson, Mississippi, who’s always taken orders quietly, but lately she’s unable to hold her bitterness back. Her friend Minny has never held her tongue but now must somehow keep secrets about her employer that leave her speechless. White socialite Skeeter just graduated college. She’s full of ambition, but without a husband, she’s considered a failure. Together, these seemingly different women join together to write a tell-all book about work as a black maid in the South, that could forever alter their destinies and the life of a small town…
Newly graduated from Ole Miss with a degree in English but neither an engagement ring nor a steady boyfriend, Eugenia “Skeeter” Phelan returns to her parents’ cotton farm in Jackson. Although it’s 1962, during the early years of the civil rights movement, she is largely unaware of the tensions gathering around her town. Skeeter is in some ways an outsider. Her friends, bridge partners and fellow members of the Junior League are married. Most subscribe to the racist attitudes of the era, mistreating and despising the black maids whom they count on to raise their children. Skeeter is not racist, but she is naive and unwittingly patronizing. When her best friend makes a political issue of not allowing the “help” to use the toilets in their employers’ houses, she decides to write a book in which the community’s maids — their names disguised — talk about their experiences.