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Posted in Emma Stone, Jessica Alba, Katie Holmes on October 12, 2011 by fadedblog

Dressed to dazzle, Emma Stone hosted the Giorgio Armani/Vanity Fair private dinner In Los Angeles on Tuesday night (October 11).

Joined by fellow actresses Katie Holmes and Jessica Alba, the ravishing redhead looked fabulous in her strapless Armani frock as she spent the evening celebrating all things fashion and film.

Meanwhile, Emma says her father would “kill” her if she ever posed naked.

The Help star – who is rumoured to be dating her Spider-Man co-star Andrew Garfield – has ruled out baring all in a film, as her dad would never speak to her again if she flashed the flesh on screen.

“My dad would kill me if I posed naked,” she says. “He wouldn’t speak to me again and I really love my dad, so that’s always something that makes me a little nervous.”

Despite their reservations about nudity in films, Emma admits her parents always made her feel as though she could achieve anything in her career.

She adds in an interview with You magazine: “They are the coolest parents in the world. They taught us responsibility and the need to own up to our actions and that honesty really is the only policy. My parents always made me feel as though I could do anything – not in a cheerleading, ‘You’re the greatest!’ kind of way; it was more, ‘You’re going to have to work hard, but we’ll support you however we can.'”


Posted in Emma Stone, Olivia Wilde on August 10, 2011 by fadedblog

Emma Stone was beautiful in blush as she attended Los Angeles premiere of The Help at the AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills on Tuesday (August 9).

Joined by her pregnant co-star Bryce Dallas Howard, the big screen beauty looked more glamorous than ever as she debuted her new much-buzzed about flick.

Meanwhile, Revlon has tapped Emma and Olivia Wilde, making them the latest actresses to land a major beauty campaign.

As Global Brand Ambassadors for the makeup behemoth, Emma and Olivia’s first ad campaigns will be tied to the launch of new colour cosmetics and nail enamel products set to premiere in early 2012.

Between the two actresses, they have six major feature films in 2011, including Emma’s star turn in The Help, which is out today.


Posted in Emma Stone on October 4, 2010 by fadedblog

Is the Spider-Man franchise about to have a new Mary Jane Watson?

That appears to be the case as Sony Pictures Entertainment will reportedly offer the role to Emma Stone imminently.

The star of Easy A, Emma is currently shooting the adaptation of the Kathryn Stockett bestseller The Help for DreamWorks. She plays Skeeter, the college student who comes home determined to expose the class differences between the matriarchs and their house servants in the South in 1962.


Posted in Emma Stone, Taylor Swift on September 14, 2010 by fadedblog

Riding high on her headline-making performance at the MTV VMAs, Taylor Swift attended the Los Angeles premiere of Easy A at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Monday (September 13).

Joined by the new romantic comedy’s leading lady Emma Stone, the 20-year-old country music sensation added some colour to the red carpet as she descended down the press line in a strapless green satin dress.

Meanwhile, Taylor’s pity-filled performance on the MVAs is getting mixed reviews.

“She seems to have forgiven him,” Jennifer Armstrong wrote in Entertainment Weekly. “She looked gorgeous, as she is wont to do, but, um, the actual song was a pretty opaque.”

The New York Times writes: “Ms. Swift — a victim, but no naïf — performed a new song, Innocent, directed at Mr. West, an extremely savvy insult masquerading as the high road. She performed it with minimal accompaniment, barefoot, and with an unsteady relationship to pitch.”

NPR‘s Linda Holmes writes: “The spectacle of an insanely wealthy 20-year-old singer using the phrase ‘who you are is not what you did’ to describe not a reformed criminal or a family member who grievously erred and must be forgiven. [B]ut to describe someone she doesn’t really know whose only misdeed is rudeness at an awards show is just jaw-droppingly self-involved, and adding ‘you’re still an innocent,’ with its implications of purity, borders on the creepy. Moreover, this entire attempt to psychoanalyze someone who’s essentially a stranger, trying to find the internal pain that leads to every incident of acting out in public, suggests she doesn’t yet know how being drunk works.”

Time magazine summed it up best: “In reality, they’re both winners — even if one of their performances was a disaster, they could console themselves by taking a swim in their pool full of money.”