Emma Stone

Matthew McConaughey Auditions for Lando in Bonus SNL ‘Star Wars’ Bit

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 31, 2016 @ 10:54 PM
NBC
Just when you thought Fred Armisen’s deleted SNL finale sketch the last of Season 41 to hold you over for summer, in swoops a bonus round of celebrity Star Wars auditions! SNL dusted off the November sketch for another round, this time including Matthew McConaughey, along with impressive impressions the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Shia LaBeouf and more.

Emma Stone and Jonah Hill’s Fuknaga-Directed ‘Maniac’ Lands Netflix Order

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 23, 2016 @ 10:29 PM
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Once word broke that True Detective and Beasts of No Nation director Cary Fukunaga had in mind to direct talent like Jonah Hill and Emma Stone in a new dark comedy series, we knew the premium outlets would move fast. Unsurprisingly, Netflix managed to snap up the trio’s Maniac with a full series order.

Cary Fukunaga to Direct Emma Stone and Jonah Hill in Dark Comedy Series ‘Maniac’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 18, 2016 @ 3:15 PM
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Cary Fukunaga may not ever return to True Detective (assuming True Detective returns at all), but the Beasts of No Nation director has another major TV project in mind. Fukunaga has been tapped to direct a new series adaptation of dark comedy Maniac, already set to star Emma Stone and Jonah Hill.

Emma Stone in Talks to Play Cruella de Vil in Disney’s Live-Action ‘Cruella’ Movie

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by Britt Hayes January 6, 2016 @ 6:12 PM
Sony Pictures
Disney began developing a Cruella De Vil movie a few years ago, but with the success of the similarly villain-oriented Maleficent and their live-action Cinderella redo, the Cruella project has been put on the fast-track with Fifty Shades of Grey scribe Kelly Marcel penning the screenplay. Although the project does not yet have a director, it may be close to signing a star, as Emma Stone is in talks to portray the iconic 101 Dalmatians villain and demented fur connoisseur.

Emma Stone to Take the Court as Tennis Legend Billie Jean King in ‘Battle of the Sexes’

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by Charles Bramesco November 19, 2015 @ 9:35 AM
Sony
This larger-than-life story will form the basis of The Battle of the Sexes, a planned film with Emma Stone and Steve Carell in the starring roles. Variety reported on Stone’s involvement with the picture late last night, confirming that the star of Easy A and Aloha would replace Brie Larson (who had to drop out to star in The Glass Castle) for the Billie Jean King part.

‘Amazing Spider-Man 3’ Would Have Included Venom, Brought Characters Back From the Dead

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by Britt Hayes July 12, 2015 @ 12:51 PM
Sony
Before Marvel and Sony reached their highly-anticipated agreement to combine forces for a Spider-Man reboot, there was a lot of confusion about where the web-slinger was headed. We saw some of that in the e-mails following the Sony hack, accompanied by rumors about potential character returns and various spinoff plans. Now that director Marc Webb and the cast have moved on, they’ve begun to clarify what a third Amazing Spider-Man film would have been like.

Emma Stone Says She Turned Down Paul Feig’s ‘Ghostbusters’

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by Matt Singer June 17, 2015 @ 3:35 PM
Sony Pictures
Emma Stone is, in fact, afraid of no ghosts. Or maybe it’s more accurate to say she’s afraid of remakes of no ghosts. Because the actress has revealed that Paul Feig wanted her for his upcoming reboot/remake/rewhatever of Ivan Reitman’s Ghostbusters. And she also revealed that she turned Feig down.

Cameron Crowe Apologizes For ‘Aloha’, Casting Emma Stone as a Native Hawaiian

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by Jacob Hall June 3, 2015 @ 10:38 AM
Sony Pictures
Aloha may have opened to scathing reviews and poor box office, but the latest film from writer/director Cameron Crowe did touch a nerve. It just so happened to a nerve that no one ever wants to touch. Despite being set on Hawaii, the cast is chock-full of the whitest white people in Hollywood, including Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams, John Krasinski and Alec Baldwin. That wouldn’t have been a problem if the only character with a distinctly Hawaiian background wasn’t played by the ludicrously pale Emma Stone. Yes, Stone was cast as a character named Allison Ng, so you can see why feathers were ruffled, especially since Hollywood already has a poor track record with racial representation in movies.