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by on August 27, 2012

In the September issue of Interview Magazine, cover girl Emma Stone is interviewed by Almost Famous and Jerry McGuire director Cameron Crowe. And after reading a few snippets of Emma’s interview, we are realizing the stone cold glare on the cover does not match up with the light hearted comedic actress’ sense of humor.

Emma Stone has a Stone Cold Glare on the Cover of Interview Magazine

Comedic actress Emma Stone has landed yet another cover and this time she is sporting an edgier look on the front of Interview Magazine. Interviewed by Cameron Crowe, the actress talks about her comedic idols as she was growing up. Citing one of the first movies she remembers seeing as Steve Martin’s The Jerk, she goes on to tell that her father had her watching the classic funny man along with Bill Murray and Gene Wilder at a very young age.

The actress talks about the actors that inspired her, “John Candy might be my acting hero. He’s … someone who can find the humor in the dramatic moments … I’d love to be that kind of an actor. Gene Wilder is that way, too. Gilda was that way. Steve Martin . . . The funniest ones are.”

Emma Stone has a Stone Cold Glare on the Cover of Interview Magazine

The editorial, much like the cover, feature highly saturated images with a textured wardrobe consisting of vinyl and leather. The young actress can normally be found on the best dressed list, but this more seductive look has us mesmerized.

Emma even has rules set for herself, ’I won’t make a bucket list, because I’m so afraid that I’ll die and then people will find my bucket list and be like, ‘Oh, she didn’t get to do that.’

Most recently seen as Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spiderman, the young actress has already acted in a variety of different roles. Whether she is swinging around with Spiderman or playing a femme fatale in a fashion editorial, Emma’s fashion prowess will continue to grow as she begins to demand higher paychecks and before we know it, Emma will soon reach the level of fame her childhood comedy kings had.



Contributed by Emily Draznik

Chicago transplant and aspiring gay icon. I hold the belief that puns are the highest form of humor and love writing about fashion and everything in between.

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