Emma Stone in ‘Babylon’ – confirmed!

Emma Stone in ‘Babylon’ – confirmed!

Emma Stone will be starring in Damien Chazelle’s next movie called « Babylon » alongside Brad Pitt. Filming will begin around July 2020.

DISCUSSING FILMBrad Pitt and Emma Stone are already signed on to star in the film however, these actors will not be in the lead roles. Sources say that the studio is currently casting the the lead role and a strong supporting female role,

Damien Chazelle will write and direct the film, he previously directed ‘La La Land’ starring Emma Stone and also recently directed ‘First Man’ starring Ryan Gosling. ‘Babylon’ will likely release in 2021 with Paramount Pictures set to distribute the feature film.

Emma will play Clara Bow, one of the only actresses who was able to transition from silent films to talkies.

Emma Stone for Louis Vuitton’s SS20 campaign

Emma Stone for Louis Vuitton’s SS20 campaign

Emma Stone is the new face of the Spring/Summer Women’s collection of Louis Vuitton. A few pictures have been released, take a look:

‘Zombieland 2’ screencaps

‘Zombieland 2’ screencaps

While we wait for any news of Emma, I’ve added a new category to the gallery, which is screencaps. I’ll be posting HQ caps from Emma Stone‘s projects. For now, here’s the full Zombieland 2 update on that, enjoy!

Zombieland 2 cut scene

Emma Stone is engaged to Dave McCary!

Congratulations to the happy couple!

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Emma Stone in « Coeur Battant »

Emma Stone in « Coeur Battant »

Emma Stone is starring in the new Louis Vuitton campaign for their perfume Coeur Battant. Emma also talked using fragrance to get into character for Vogue. Read it down below:

There is no detail that escapes Emma Stone when she’s preparing for a role. In fact, determining what her character smells like is one of her favorite parts of the process. “I’ve been using fragrance to help me define each character I’ve played since I was 16,” explains the Oscar-winning actress. “Even now, I can smell that scent and be taken straight back.” It’s a notion that extends off screen, too. “My sense of smell is super-strong—maybe overcompensating for my terrible eyesight?—so scent has always been the quickest sense-memory for me,” she explains. “I remember most of the time periods in my life through scent.” Continue reading

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