Emma Stone is the actress of the moment in Hollywood. She swept into the 68th Cannes Film Festival to promote her new Woody Allen film, then jetted into London today (May 16) for a private screening of latest film “Aloha,” with Bradley Cooper. Can she get any hotter?
Stone, 26, is the epitome of Young Hollywood sensuality. She showed off her sexiest look yet in a new photo spread for Interview magazine.
She talks with Diane Keaton in a signature magazine Q&A, and exudes amazing sensuality for photographer Craig McDean.
Keaton called Stone “unconventionally beautiful.”
“And I consider things like complexity and a certain kind of off-kilter aspect to a person as important components of beauty,” she said.
Stone could only agree. Who wouldn’t. But Keaton really hit the nail on the head. Stone is fast becoming the thinking man’s sex siren.
The Arizona native was known for her kicky exuberance in early films, like “Superbad, “The House Bunny” and “Easy A,” a coming of age teen film that earned her a Golden Globe nomination.
She broke out in a trio of 2011-12 films “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” “The Help” and “The Amazing Spider-Man.” But she didn’t stray far from the up-beat, serious-straight girl stereotype.
In two movies last year, Allen’s “Magic in the Moonlight” and Alejandro González Iñárritu’s “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance),” she showed off her dramatic abilities.
She won Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations as best supporting actress for “Birdman,” her first truly dramatic role that allowed her to flaunt her sexuality.
She cemented her role as a sex siren on Broadway over winter. She played the vampy Sally Bowles in a revival of the ribald musical Cabaret.
Emma returns to romantic comedy, this time as the lead actress, in “Aloha.” She plays an Air Force pilot pursued by Cooper’s character, a defense contractor. It’s set for release this fall and also stars Rachel McAdams and Bill Murray.
In Allen’s latest film “Irrational Man,” she plays a student who becomes involved with her much older college professor (Joaquin Phoenix), and helps him resolve a deep existential crisis. It hits theaters in July.
The film screen in Cannes on Friday night (May 15) and Stone jumped on a play shortly afterward to make the “Aloha” screening.
Stone is in such demand as an actress it finally weighed on her two-year relationship with Spider-Man co-star Andrew Garfield. They announced a break-up in April, with both citing heavy work schedules.