Before its release last Friday, Maniac was billed as Netflix’s latest, mysterious stab at prestige television-making. By all accounts, the series allows director Cary Fukunaga (True Detective) and creator Patrick Somerville (The Leftovers) to demonstrate their mastery of world-building—multiple worlds, in fact—over…
In August, Elle published a conversation between its September cover star Emma Stone and gal pal Jennifer Lawrence. Elle set up the interview and “listened in,” but didn’t editorialize and let Lawrence’s questions and Stone’s answers stand for themselves, like so:
Cary Fukunaga’s dark comedy Maniac is coming to Netflix in September. How much do you know about it?
Superbad super fans, rejoice—Jonah Hill and Emma Stone will return to the same cinematic universe this September in a Netflix black comedy called Maniac. But what is it?
Elisabeth Moss will play Rosemary Kennedy in A Letter From Rosemary Kennedy. She’ll also produce and Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox) is set to direct the biopic, according to Deadline.
Emma Stone is the latest extremely famous celebrity to be (rumored to be) dating someone who works at Saturday Night Live. In this case, Page Six reports that the object of Stone’s affections is writer and segment director Dave McCary.
Congratulations, Emma Stone. You’ve made it. You’re a star—a star who is now contractually obligated to wear Louis Vuitton gowns on the red carpet for the next two years.
Emma Stone is officially the highest paid female star in Hollywood, unseating her pal Jennifer Lawrence from the spot she’s held for the past two years.
The official trailer for the new film Battle of the Sexes is out, in which Emma Stone and Steve Carrell play tennis pros Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. The movie, which is directed by Little Miss Sunshine directors Jonathon Dayton and Valerie Faris, will focus on their famous 1973 match that was dubbed “the Battle…
Ben Affleck, the man with the maybe-fake dragon tattoo, and director of the recently released Live By Night kind of sounds like he needs a friend, a hug, a vacation or all of the above.
What a beautiful story this is: Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield spent an entire day at Disneyland on weed and according to him, it was “literally heaven.”
Emma Stone is arguably one of the more in-demand and well-known actresses of our times, on par with Jennifer Lawrence and others of her ilk. You’d think that at this point in her career, directors working with her at this stage would take what she had to say seriously. I am very sorry to report that you are wrong.
“That’s L.A.—they worship everything and they value nothing,” sighs Ryan Gosling’s La La Land character Sebastian. I’m not sure if this is a critique or a mission statement. Perhaps it’s both. Certainly, a movie that forces you to endure Gosling and Emma Stone sing multiple songs is trading in the crass depths of…
La La Land, the upcoming Hollywood musical that appears to have given every movie critic in the world multiple full-body orgasms during its festival run this year, finally has a full trailer, and it gives the public our best look yet at the film’s plot (LA boy meets LA girl, boy and girl fall in love all over LA) and…
The lawsuit that Shannen Doherty filed against her ex-manager earlier this month for allegedly messing with her health insurance has been settled for an undisclosed sum.
The a cappella rendition of “Call Your Girlfriend” by Swedish group Erato that Maya Rudolph and Emma Stone are paying homage to came out in 2011, but I’m glad it has finally reached the states.
Old pals Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone (who’ve previously starred as love interests in Crazy, Stupid, Love and Gangster Squad) are back at it again, this time playing an entangled jazz musician and inspiring actress in Whiplash director Damien Chazelle’s musical follow up, La La Land. Watch the trailer, and hear Gosling…
A comedy titled Women in Business is in the works starring Kate McKinnon, Emma Stone and Jillian Bell. It’s about women in business.
Because there’s never enough Kennedy content.
This is the undoing of the holidays. Whatever happiness we find in being with family and friends, having time off from work, eating with abandon, listening to uplifting music, and receiving thoughtful gifts from loved ones has been erased by this image of Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton kissing in the woods.