Earlier today, Emma Stone and her co-star from “The Amazing Spider-Man” Andrew Garfield were in Tokyo for a press conference to promote the film. I have just added 8 high quality photos from the event into our photo gallery!
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Emma Stone was just spotted walking the red carpet at the 2012 Golden Globes this evening! She is wearing a fabulous eggplant colored gown by Lanvin. Check out the first pics of her look right here!
Emma Stone walked the red carpet at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards earlier this afternoon and Emma Stone Connection is proud to bring you a first look at her outfit!
Last night after Emma Stone won the Best Actress accolade at the People’s Choice Awards, she shocked the press by simply saying, “It sucked.”
In the press room after the ceremony, of course she was laughing, and then the The Amazing Spiderman actress added, “Like a really not-eloquent concert.”
What did seem eloquent, however, was working on the Spidey movie. “It’s been really incredible. It’s been different than anything I’ve had the opportunity to do before,” she explained. “We actually wrapped back in May.”
Although the movie isn’t set for release until this July, she thinks the brains behind it are already working on another one. “They green-lit it,” she added.
Switching gears, we wonder what beau and Spiderman costar Andrew Garfield thought of her dress? Perhaps in the category of TMI, she revealed, “You wouldn’t know it, but I am completely naked under my outfit. It’s Gucci and, you know, it’s green and black and white.”
The awards show has just started, and Emma Stone has already TWO awards at the People’s Choice Awards! She picked up the awards for “Favorite Movie Actress” and “Favorite Comedic Movie Actress”!
Big congrats to Emma and there’s still some awards for her films to be announced.
How fitting to have a Stone on a Rock: Emma Stone will make a cameo in an upcoming episode of 30 Rock, along with Andy Samberg and Nick Cannon, series creator-star Tina Fey tells EW.
In the Jan. 26 episode of the NBC comedy, Jenna (Jane Krakowski) stars in “a movie from the producers of Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve called Martin Luther King Day,” says Fey. “I want to lay claim to that bit before anyone gets it. It’s a movie that has everyone in the world in it.” That includes the aforementioned actors from The Help, Saturday Night Live, and Up All Night, who will be seen in a trailer for the faux film.
30 Rock, which kicks off its sixth season Thursday at 8 p.m., will also feature such guest stars as James Marsden, Mary Steenburgen, Will Arnett, Denise Richards, Kelsey Grammer, and Kristen Schaal.
In a deal worth $1 million upfront, GK Films has acquired Little White Corvette, the Michael Diliberti script that has Emma Stone attached to star. Stone, who most recently completed The Amazing Spider-Man and who’s got some Oscar buzz for her performance in The Help, had an open slot that had several studios buzzing. Shooting on this one will begin in late summer and Scott Aversano will produce with GK’s Graham King and Tim Headington. Diliberti wrote the story with David Branson Smith. Stone and Diliberti will be exec producers.
Stone had been interested in the script since last summer. It’s a two-hander about a nerdy guy and his wild older sister who travel to Miami to try and sell a million-dollar stash of ’70s cocaine they found in the trunk of their late father’s car. It’s the third recent sale for Diliberti, who sold the pitch The Big Sayonara to Fox as a potential directing vehicle for John Requa and Glenn Ficarra, and an untitled pitch that Warner Bros bought for Todd Phillips to produce. Both Stone and Diliberti are repped by WME; Stone’s managed by Anonymous Content and Diliberti by New School Media.
“The Help” has received a nomination at the 2012 Writers Guild of America Awards!
The WGA will hold its 2012 Writers Guild Awards on February 19 at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles and a venue to be announced in New York.
The Descendants, Screenplay by Alexander Payne and Nat Faxon & Jim Rash; Based on the novel by Kaui Hart Hemming; Fox Searchlight
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Screenplay by Steven Zaillian; Based on the novel by Stieg Larsson, originally published by Norstedts; Columbia Pictures
The Help, Screenplay by Tate Taylor; Based on the novel by Kathryn Stockett; DreamWorks Pictures
Hugo, Screenplay by John Logan; Based on the book The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick; Paramount Pictures
Moneyball, Screenplay by Steven Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin; Story by Stan Chervin; Based on the book by Michael Lewis; Columbia Pictures