Riding high where he won an Oscar Whiplash, Damein Chazelle found other great prizes in La La Land. Although the film famously lost Best Picture, it won lead actress Emma Stone an Academy Award. Now it’s hard to imagine a time when she wasn’t a star on list A. But Stone – very much like her La La Land character – heartbreaking familiar about missing a TV show.
Emma Stone was still waiting to be beaten by the mid-2000s
By the mid-2000s, Stone had not yet completed his advanced career. She appeared as Laurie Patridge in the TV pilot for The New Patridge Family as well as exhibitions such as Moderate and Callum in the middle. The closest she came to was a star-studded turn-key role on Fox’s short-lived drama Sail in 2007. Later that year, Stone finally made her debut screenplay Superbad.
That comedy by Judd Apatow also launched the roles of Jonah Hill and Michael Cera. But it gave Stone an equal boost. In the next few years, she starred in engaging films such as Zombieland, Furasta A., and The Help. In 2015, she won her first Oscar nomination for Eun and she won just two years later to perform in La La Land.
Now Emma Stone could be playing a Marvel superhero
Stone may not have had the opportunity to demonstrate great power Heroes. But she has some experience in the genre. In fact, actress Gwen Stacy played in both 2012s The Amazing Spider Man and its 2014 sequel. And as the Marvel Cinematic Universe storyline unfolds, Stone may finally be playing a superhero herself.
The future Spider-Man 3 bringing back many familiar faces. And it looks like Stone and co-star Andrew Garfield are back. Some fans will even consider Stone’s Gwen Stacy – who will be the Spider-Woman in the comics – directing the secret spinoff of Spider-Man under the direction of female Olivia Wilde. With so many female Marvel heroes arriving, it seems incredible.