Last week, Emma Stone and Joaquin Phoenix appeared on Good Morning America to promote the release of Irrational Man. They talked about the film (in limited release now!), working with Woody Allen and the nicknames they gave each other. It’s a fun interview, so be sure to watch the clip below.
Sony Classics opened Woody Allen’s latest, Irrational Man, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Emma Stone and Parker Posey in New York and L.A. this weekend. According to Deadline, the film grossed a healthy $188K-plus in 5 theaters, giving it a $37,623 average, by far the weekend’s highest. SPC will add more cities over the rest of July and will take Irrational Man wide on August 7. Did you see the movie this weekend? What did you think?
Last night, Emma Stone appeared on Conan to promote the release of Irrational Man (in theaters next Friday!). Two video clips of her appearance have found their way online – and they’re good! Emma talks about how she tried to explain how Twitter works for Woody Allen, and wound up quoting him while doing so. She also chats about her latest obsession, K-Pop, and her favorite song by 2NE1. Watch Emma being funny/awesome/cute in the videos below.
Emma Stone is currently on the cover of Wall Street Journal’s July/August issue! She talks about her upcoming movie Irrational Man, trying to keep her personal life private, and the future of her career. It’s a very interesting read, so check out the article in our press archive. The cover and outtakes from the editorial have been added to the photo gallery.
Tucked into a corner booth at a seafood restaurant off the Pacific Coast Highway, Emma Stone listens attentively as a waiter with a handlebar mustache describes the evening’s specials: bluenose sea bass, whole branzino, grilled market-price lobster, fresh sea urchin, shellfish stew made with mussels and clams gathered from the ocean we can see out the window. Maybe it’s the candles, but Stone’s green eyes look even bigger than usual as she nods enthusiastically, taking it all in. Then the waiter turns to leave, and the 26-year-old actress lets the facade drop. “I was concentrating so hard on making my face look like I was listening that I totally forgot to listen,” she confesses. “I wasn’t listening at all!”
We’ve just met, but this feels like a very Emma Stone moment. The self-effacement, the goofiness, the slapstick laugh. Stone is a famous person who is very good at not seeming famous. It’s the kind of loose-limbed naturalism that has allowed America to fall for her, starting with her breakout role in 2007’s Superbad all the way to her Oscar-nominated turn in Birdman last year.
Cameron Crowe’s latest film, Aloha, is arriving in US theaters today! The romantic comedy stars Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams, John Krasinski, Bill Murray, and many more. You can now watch the first eight minutes of the film before you go to see it at the cinema tonight. Just play the video below, if you live in the USA, that is. Aloha hasn’t received many favorable reviews, though most of them have given props to the performances still. Go see it this weekend and be your own judge.
Last night, Emma Stone attended a special screening of Aloha in Los Angeles. She walked the red carpet alongside co-star Rachel McAdams and writer/director Cameron Crowe. Aloha is being released in US theaters on Friday (!), and also stars Bradley Cooper, John Krasinski, Bill Murray and more. Click on the previews below to see the first pictures from the screening in our photo gallery.
The latest film from writer-director Cameron Crowe, Aloha, arrives in theaters this Friday! Starring Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams, John Krasinski, Bill Murray and many, many more, Aloha tells the story of a celebrated military contractor who returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs and re-connects with a long-ago love, while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog assigned to him. I have included a few videos of Emma and Bradley talking about the project in various interviews. Watch them all below.
Yesterday, Emma Stone attended the first public screening of Cameron Crowe’s Aloha, held in London. She was there to promote the film alongside Bradley Cooper. Seeing as the theatrical release is less than two weeks away, I think we will see the promotion kick into high gear in the coming week or so. Pictures from the premiere screening have been added to our photo gallery.