Emma Stone and Cameron Crowe sit down to talk about Spider-Man, comedy and dealing with fame

Emma Stone Blade Runner photoshoot

Emma Stone has turned into one of our favorite actresses here at Flix66.com, mainly because she’s talented, beautiful and best of all, funny.  But her genuineness and down to earth persona have given her millions of fans around the globe and as she continues to churn out great films like EASY A, CRAZY STUPID LOVE and this summer’s THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, her star is only getting bigger.  Recently, director Cameron Crowe sat down with Emma Stone to discuss just about everything you can think of in what can only be considered one of the best interviews I’ve read in the past ten years or so.

For those looking for Spider-Man news, Emma Stone had this to say about the fate of Gwen Stacy: “Essentially the argument is that Spider-Man kills her by accident. So the person she loves is the person who kills her, which is the most horrifying thing. Apparently people unsubscribed to the comic book when that happened because they were just so flipped-out over it. But, of course, I want to stay true to that. That’s the question you get the most when you’re part of that saga.”

I chose that quote because it’s where Emma Stone talks about Spider-Man, but it’s such a minor part of the interview that it seems frivolous to focus on it.  She talks about her time working on SUPERBAD, being inspired by the great comedians of the 80’s, being nervous carrying EASY A and yes, even her hair color.  If you didn’t like Emma Stone before now, then I challenge you to read the interview and not fall in love with her.  It’s refreshing to read about someone like Emma Stone in Hollywood as opposed to the Lindsay Lohan types that just don’t seem to get it.  Emma Stone and Cameron Crowe will actually be working together on Crowe’s next, still untitled project.  And oh, even the BLADE RUNNER inspired photoshoot she did is pretty cool. (Interview)

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