Emma Stone just landed in London to start the filming of ‘Cruella‘ and Disney is already giving us a very first look! Directed by Craig Gillespie, starring Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser, Joel Fry and Adam Basil.
Emma Stone is set to narrate the Netflix documentary The Mind, Explained, to be released on September 12.
The Mind, Explained is an upcoming 2019 documentary web television series. The series is narrated by Emma Stone and is examining what is happening with our minds when we are dreaming, having anxiety and more.
We already know how invested and passionate Emma Stone is about the mind. She joined the Child Mind Institute, shared her childhood experience with anxiety and starred in the Netflix hit ‘Maniac’, which explores the mind and mental illness.
The long awaited sequel to the 2009 Zombieland movie is coming on October 18 in cinemas. Check out the first trailer as well as new posters and still. Starring Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin, and our very own Emma Stone.
DEADLINE – Several studios are lining up for Babylon, a script that Damien Chazelle has written to direct as his next film. I’m told that Lionsgate, which distributed the 14 Oscar-nominated La La Land, is considered the front-runner to land a project described to me as an original drama that is set in period Hollywood at a shifting moment when the business was turning from silents to talkies. Emma Stone, who along with Chazelle won an Oscar for her work in La La Land, is circling to star. Sources said the film is a bold auteur piece with a significant budget and that other studios are in the mix. Brad Pitt also is circling Babylon, though neither he nor Stone has made a commitment. Babylon is a drama that mixes real and fictional characters and is solidly in the R-rated category.
Yesterday on June 24, Emma and her friends (including her makeup artist Rachel Goodwin) hosted the Drag Queen Bingo night in Los Angeles. This is also the first official announcement of Emma Stone’s charity named : Em & Friends! They are now on Instagram @EmAndFriendsOfficial. All funds are going to the LGBTQI+ center in LA, provide food for those in need and will bring a theater program to Van Ness Elementary. Find pictures of the night in the gallery.