American actress Emma Stone began acting as a child and went on to become one of the best actresses in Hollywood. The first movie in which she starred as a lead was 2010’s teen comedy Easy A. This earned her a nomination for Golden Globes Award for Best Actress. She starred in numerous other movies as the lead or supporting actress.

Emma Stone gained worldwide recognition for her portrayal of superhero Spider-man’s love interest, Gwen Stacy, in the 2012 movie, The Amazing Spider-Man, and its sequel that was released in 2014. She dated the lead actor of this movie, Andrew Garfield, from 2011 to 2015. A year later, she began dating comedian and writer, Dave McCary whom she married in 2020. 

Emma Stone
Emma Stone

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Emma Stone’s Acting Prowess is Applaudable

Emma Stone made her debut in 2007 with the movie Superbad but didn’t have a breakthrough until 2010 when she starred in the movie Easy A, which is loosely based on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s 1850 historical romance novel, The Scarlet Letter. Unlike the previous movies she had been casted in, this movie gained both critical and commercial success as it earned $75 million against a budget of $8 million. 

Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in a scene of La La Land
Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in a scene of La La Land

The Cruella actress went on to star in several blockbusters including 2011’s The Help which was her highest-grossing movie as it earned $216 million dollars against a $25 dollar budget. Following this, her highest-grossing movie became The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel. Her 2014 movie Birdman also became a hit.

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Emma Stone was starring in a revival of the Broadway musical Cabaret when she was picked up by Damien Chazelle for the lead actress in the hit musical comedy drama La La Land which earned her the Academy, Golden Globe, SAG as well as BAFTA award for Best Actress.

Emma Stone Impressed Everyone involved in Crazy, Stupid, Love

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in Crazy, Stupid, Love
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in Crazy, Stupid, Love

Charmed by Emma’s beauty, performance, and empathy, everyone who worked with her in 2011’s Crazy, Stupid, Love was a little in love with her by the end of the movie. She had the film’s directors in her pocket the moment they realised that she was surprisingly calm around her future co-star Ryan Gosling. Director Glenn Ficarra had predicted that Stone was going to be a superstar one day judging from a scene she has done with co-star singer Josh Groban. In an interview, Ficarra said: 

“I remember working with Emma on one of the scenes with Josh Groban. She went to this dramatic place when she realizes that she doesn’t want to marry him. I remember being totally taken off guard by how deep she went. You could see it in her eyes.”

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Glenn Ficarra also said that Gosling and Stone seemed to have developed a close bond, and it almost seemed like they were in love in real life. Even co-star Josh Groban praised Emma Stone for how she calmed him into doing an unscripted kiss. Groban said he considered it an honour but was nervous nonetheless. However, Stone did a good job in putting him at ease. 

Source: Showbiz CheatSheet

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