Emma Stone

A sequel to the Disney villain's origin story starring Emma Stone is in development at Disney.
The "Cruella" star did break her shoulder in 2019, but the group only made a cameo appearance in her story.
And the internet has become a bunch of Jokers.
It would be the first child for the Oscar-winning star of "La La Land."
The "La La Land" star hilariously recounted sitting next to Brangelina at her first Golden Globes.
Netflix added the film "Loving" and the documentary "Whose Streets?" this week.
The “La La Land” star has apparently been married to the “Saturday Night Live” director for a while.
The actor and her longtime boyfriend announced the news on his Instagram with a photo of the ring.
The two tied the knot at a mansion in Newport, Rhode Island, on Saturday.
The actor plays the infamous puppy enemy in an upcoming movie about the villain's origin story.
Leslie Jones' Whoopi Goldberg has to squirt down "Behar" and Aidy Bryant's "Arizona princess Meghan McCain."
The K-pop band will make its "Saturday Night Live" debut this week.
Spoiler: There are usually financial consequences for stupidity.
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Take a look back at the early days of the careers of Oscar nominees like Lady Gaga, Emma Stone and Rami Malek.
Stone played a character of Hawaiian and Chinese descent in "Aloha."
The "Favourite" actress said she got "gloomy for about a week" after the major milestone.
The Oscar winner also spoke about the "dicey and complicated" sexuality at the heart of the acclaimed film.
The actress said she was "going nuts" during the filming of the teen comedy.
The 18th century period piece, starring Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, is a gorgeous ode to scammers and queens.