Like we’ve already reported before, this morning Emma Stone & Olivia Wilde appears on 16th Annual EIF Revlon Run Walk For Women event in New York City. We’ve added some first photos from the event to the gallery, will update more when we got more photos from this event. Enjoy!
Appearances > 2013 > May 4 | 16th Annual EIF Revlon Run Walk For Women
Along with Andrew, couple days ago Emma attends the Opening Night Of The US Premiere Of ‘BULL At Brits’ Off Broadway After Party at 59E59 Theaters in New York City. Emma was looking very chic and pretty wearing a casual Burberry London Stretch-Cotton Field Jacket. I’ve added the photos from the events to the gallery with help of my friend, Claudia. Enjoy!
Appearances > 2013 > May 2 | Opening Night Of The US Premiere Of ‘BULL At Brits’ After Party
On April 24th, looking gorgeous like always Emma appears to launch Revlon’s new ‘LASH POTION MASCARA‘ wearing Band of Outsiders Fall 2013 RTW Colorblock Dress at Walgreens Jumbotron in Times Square, NYC. I’ve added the photos from the events to the gallery. Enjoy!
Appearances > 2013 > April 24 | Revlon’s new Lash Potion Mascara Launch Event
Willkommen to Broadway, Emma Stone?
The “Easy A” and “Amazing Spider-Man” star is in talks to star in a revival of “Cabaret,” according to an individual with knowledge of her plans. No deal has been set, but if she takes the role, it would mark her Great White Way debut.
Stone would play Sally Bowles, the American underground club singer whose life and checkered love affairs form the spine of the Weimer Republic-set musical. The character has previously been portrayed — to awards and acclaim — by actresses including Judi Dench, Natasha Richardson and Liza Minnelli.
The Roundabout Theatre is planning the revival at Studio 54, composer John Kander told to the New York Times on Wednesday. The Times reported that Alan Cumming will reprise his Tony-winning role as the Emcee in the production.
Stone’s representatives and a representative for the Roundabout declined to comment.
Details have yet to be finalized, but the production will be mounted in 2014, according to the Times.
Earlier reports had indicated that Anne Hathaway was being approached for the role, but her publicist denied that to the Times.
Stone has been busy of late, lining up projects with the likes of Cameron Crowe and Woody Allen. She recently appeared in “Gangster Squad” and provided voice work for the hit animated film “The Croods.” Next summer she will reprise her role as Gwen Stacy in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.”
You know it’s going to be a good day when you start out by interviewing all-around awesome chick Emma Stone.
The A-lister, and one of Revlon’s spokesmodels, couldn’t be more witty, pretty, and down to earth, exactly as you wished her to be.
During our chat, we talked about everything from her skincare routine to her favorite red carpet outfit. Here’s what she had to say.
Cosmo: Okay, so let’s just jump right in. What makeup do you think guys like on a girl?
Emma Stone: “I could care less. I think women should wear whatever makeup they want for themselves. Makeup should be fun.”
Cosmo: What’s your skincare routine?
ES: “I’m really allergic to a lot of stuff, so I can only use products with a single ingredient in it. I use a Burt’s Bees cleanser and sometimes I exfoliate with baking soda or brown sugar. I like experimenting. I love coconut oil, Josie Maran Argan Oil, and olive oil—I have a big bottle of it on my sink and I put it all over my face and smell like focaccia…and it’s really sexy [laughs].”
On a sunny New York City morning, Emma Stone is perched at the table of her Hudson Hotel suite looking disarmingly fresh-faced and all-American—that is, with the exception of her eyelashes. Long, dark, and practically ceiling-sweeping in scope, they infuse her look with just the kind of Hollywood glamour that has kept her firmly planted on the right side of leading-lady territory in recent years.
According to Stone, 11:00 a.m. is definitely not too early to be wearing loads of inky black mascara. “I put it on every morning. I look like a ghost without it when I’m blonde,” says the actress, who has recently dyed her hair a sunny shade of platinum in order to reprise her role as Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man sequel, which she is currently filming in New York. (For the record, she does miss her signature auburn color. “I love the red,” she admits with a laugh.)
Of course, there’s also the fact that Stone, who is the face of Revlon, is celebrating the launch of the iconic beauty company’s new lengthening and volumizing Lash Potion formula, out this month.
“It’s not a light and feathery kind of thing. It’s intense, which I like,” she says of the more-is-more formula (which can be hunted down at select stores this month before launching nationwide in May).
Major eyelashes aside, she says, she is otherwise something of a beauty minimalist. Here, Stone chats with Vogue about her favorite go-to beauty products and inspirations.
What are your daily essentials?
“I’m allergic to everything so I just use extra virgin olive oil on my skin because I know it won’t cause a reaction. At night, I take off my makeup with coconut oil. And I always have Josie Maran Argan Oil with me. That was a game changer. I think my makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, first introduced me to it and I love it. ”
Interviewing celebrities can be the most nerve-wracking task. They’re always meticulously groomed, gorgeous, and well-spoken. And then there’s Emma Stone, who five minutes into our conversation over breakfast in Midtown Manhattan candidly told us about her real beauty dramas (rashes) and shopping splurges (anything Rag & Bone and Isabel Marant booties).
The primary reason we met with Stone was to discuss the fruits of her partnership with Revlon: The launch of a new mascara, Revlon Lash Potion, sure to be on everyone’s mind (and lashes) come summer. Read on to learn more about her love of beauty oils, which hair color she prefers, and when she feels the prettiest.
ELLE: Let’s talk about beauty…
Emma Stone: Yes! Let’s!
ELLE: What are some of your favorite beauty products?
ES: Josie Maran Argan Oil, olive oil…
ELLE: Do you put it all over your face?
ES: I put it all over my face. I put it all over my face five times a day, and it still isn’t working. [Laughs] Just kidding, I love you, Josie Maran.
ELLE: We’re recording this.
ES: Oh, I know. I know you are. [Laughs] I’m allergic to everything so I’m pretty limited. Anything that’s oil, I want it all over my entire body.
ELLE: How do you keep your hair healthy—with olive oil?
ES: I have no idea. My hair is so not healthy. I have clip-ins in right now, because it’s like, breaking off…but it’s nice of you to say that! I use Clairol Shimmer Lights, is that boring? It is. When it’s red I use Redken stuff for redheads. Obvs.
ELLE: What is your favorite hair color to wear?
ES: Probably red.
Sure, Emma Stone walks many glamorous red carpets and has plenty of hot co-stars, but she has real girl beauty problems just like the rest of us — dry skin, product allergies, and sadly, even super-stardom won’t stop hair colour from fading. And when it comes to her idea of beauty, she stays true to herself. “I was lucky to have a female role model who was very much about me being myself,” she said. “I figure with beauty and fashion it’s fun to play around and experiment. Follow your own path.” Emma recently took time out of her busy schedule to share some of her favourite at-home beauty recipes and the one word that keeps her grounded while revealing her new Revlon Lash Potion Mascara campaign in New York. Read about it all after the jump.
Turns out that in addition to being a super-talented actress, Emma is a closeted mixologist, creating all kinds of beauty cocktails. Like many women with sensitive skin, she has bad reactions to many mainstream ingredients. Her solution was to turn to creating her own beauty blends instead. In fact, the actress keeps a bottle of olive oil in the bathroom. “I have learned the importance of moisturising. I have the driest skin on the planet,” Emma explained. “I use a Burt’s Bees cleanser and exfoliate with baking soda or brown sugar. I love coconut oil and olive oil, too. My skin doesn’t produce oil, so I have to replace it somehow.” And just like us, Emma has experienced some beauty experiments gone wrong.
Last monday, Emma was spotted head to Bubby’s with Andrew Garfield to pick up their morning coffee. And then, she was spotted again doing some errands yesterday still in New York City. I’ve added the candids from last Monday & yesterday to the gallery, Enjoy!
It’s a really busy year for Emma Stone! There’s a bit information that Emma is in talk for the upcoming movie from Woody Allen. Here’s an article reported by Deadline.com :
UPDATE: Here is a bit more information on Woody Allen’s next film. I’m told he will shoot in the South of France. That country certainly worked out for him in Midnight In Paris.
EXCLUSIVE: Woody Allen has begun to cast up his next film, and it looks like Emma Stone will play his leading lady. Stone is in talks on the film. These stories are the easiest to write, since Allen keeps his plots, titles, and everything else under his hat. About all you can say is who will be in it, and I expect Stone to close a deal soon. Allen most recently completed Blue Jasmine, with Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin and Louis C.K. leading the cast. Stone has a lot going on, including the Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu-directed dark comedy Birdman, the untitled film that Cameron Crowe will direct, and she will reprise as Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.