Emma Stone, in case you hadn't noticed already, is a beautiful, talented, charming human being whose career is set to skyrocket thanks to her role as Gwen Stacy in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man.
From Zombieland to Easy A, to this, being interviewed by Empire's Chris Hewitt and kissing Andrew Garfield. She really is a very lucky woman.
When we managed to grab a few minutes with her, Empire microphone in hand, we of course asked her about her role in Spidey's latest outing, her relationship with Andrew Garfield, as well as her knowledge of comic book lore.
We also go time with super-producer Avi Arad and his vision for this reinvigorated Spider-Man, his love of The Lizard, and much, much more. Oh, and director Marc Webb (of 500 Days Of Summer fame) also answered a few of Chris's questions, including the one we're all wondering... are you sick of the "Webb" puns yet?
For even more from the Spidey gang, check out our massive Comic-Con-iblogisode here, and when you're done with that, take a look at our Spider-Man Comic-Con panel report. You know, if you like.
The Amazing Spider-Man will be covering your local cinema in webs and such come Jul 3, 2012.
Emma Stone however is very charismatic and instantly grabs you when she acts. Check out Superbad for an early glimpse of that but it really comes at you with full force in Easy A.
efinitely, she has a great charm on screen and comes across really naturally. I thought she was pretty good in The Amazing Spider Man too More
The only things i've seen her in since Lady In The Water are Spiderman 3, Terminator Salvation and Twilight saga: Eclipse. All of those you could say she wasn't given good enough material. Although The Village and Lady In The Water scripts weren't very good either so maybe she is losing her presence a bit. More
Kirsten Dunst just seems like she doesnt care about anything, she's just so passive in everything she does. It's probably why Lars Von Trier picked her as the lead in Melancholia, she plays a woman who doesn't care that the world's about to end. For her it wasn't even acting.
Emma Stone however is very charismatic and instantly grabs you when she acts. Check out Superbad for an early glimpse of that but it really comes at you with full force in Easy A. More
I used to love Dunst when I was younger, sort of grew up with her so to speak but she's turned out to be a right arsey cow when you'd see her in interviews and stuff. Didn't she end up doing her career some damage over somthing she said?? More