04:43 PM EDT 05/23/2013
Originally posted 08/27/2012 03:45PM
Emma Stone may play countless comedic heroines but that doesn't mean the actress hasn't experienced her fair share of heartbreak.
Stone speaks candidly with director Cameron Crowe about love in the September issue of Interview magazine (on newsstands Aug. 28).
"What was your first heartbreak like?" Crowe asks.
"I was crawling on the floor. I remember throwing up," Stone, 23, replies.
Originally posted 08/23/2012 10:45AM
That's one heck of a birthday present!
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield celebrated the The Amazing Spider-Man actor's 29th birthday on Tuesday with some serious smooching in Malibu.
Stone, 23, and Garfield couldn't hide their affection as they frolicked on the beach Tuesday afternoon and embraced for a long, passionate kiss.
Originally posted 07/28/2012 04:00PM
Whether it's Valentines Day, someone's birthday, or just a Saturday afternoon watching the Olympics, milk chocolate can always be counted on to celebrate an occasion. But did you know there's an actual national holiday dedicated to the stuff?
Originally posted 07/03/2012 01:30PM
Let's settle the debate. Did we need a Spidey reboot five years after his last outing? Nope. This Spider-Man's solid script and capable effects simply aren't vibrant enough to warrant rehashing high-school shutterbug Peter Parker's life-altering spider bite. The performances, though – now those are extraordinary.
Start with the supporting cast. For gravitas, Martin Sheen and Sally Field play parental figures Uncle Ben and Aunt May, with Sheen giving Ben the fiery righteousness needed to orient Peter's moral compass in darker days.
Rhys Ifans adds nuanced edge as mad scientist Curt Connors, while Dennis Leary stiffens his spine as police captain George Stacy, out to nab a certain web-slinging vigilante.
Originally posted 07/03/2012 06:00AM
Love was in the air for Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield on Thursday night.
The Amazing Spider-Man costars made their off-camera adoration known when they dined with about 10 people at Ninethirty at the W Los Angeles-Westwood.
"The two held hands the entire time," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "Emma sipped ginger ale and snuggled next to her man. They seemed so in love and happy."
As for the menu, "he ordered food and she didn't," the source says, adding that "he fed a couple of bites into her mouth."
– Dahvi Shira
Originally posted 06/27/2012 02:30PM
Andrew Garfield may be the Amazing Spider-Man, but he's not so amazing when it comes to basketball.
While attending an event at the Madison Boys & Girls Club in Brooklyn on Tuesday, the leading man showed off his slam dunk skills – but judging by this pic, he might be better off sticking to his day job.
At least he was there for a good cause: Garfield, 28, and his Spider-Man costar Emma Stone, 23, were on hand to teach kids the importance of volunteering.
The gathering, part of a larger citywide event called "Be Amazing, Stand Up and Volunteer," was sponsored by Columbia Pictures and the upcoming film, Amazing Spider-Man.
Originally posted 06/26/2012 04:00PM
Hollywood's hottest headline-makers – Matthew McConaughey, Tom Cruise, Jack Osbourne and Julia Roberts, to name a few – have recently graced the cover of PEOPLE.
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Before Wednesday's big reveal (check back at 8 a.m. ET) on PEOPLE.com, we want to know which story (with exclusive photos and new details, of course) you think will make the cover. Play editor and vote in our poll – and then check in Wednesday morning to see if you're right.
Originally posted 06/20/2012 05:30PM
Emma Stone is well known for playing brassy, confident characters in movies like The Help and Superbad – but the actress recently revealed something that fans likely wouldn't expect: She grew up suffering from panic attacks.
Stone, who stars with beau Andrew Garfield in the upcoming superhero film The Amazing Spider-Man, tells Vogue in their July cover story that she had panic attacks starting at about 8 years old.
"I was just kind of immobilized by it," she explains. "I didn't want to go to my friends' houses or hang out with anybody, and nobody really understood."
Originally posted 06/12/2012 01:05PM
There's no denying their on-screen chemistry in The Amazing Spider-Man – just check out that kiss. But Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone weren't just faking it for the cameras.
"We got on really well as people in between [takes]," Garfield, 28, tells MTV News. "That was the fun stuff. In between, we'd just mess around, and I felt, 'Ah, this is different.' "
So what attracted him to Stone, 23, whom he began dating last year?
Originally posted 06/03/2012 11:40PM
Whether you're a fan of fangs, wand-wielding wizards or those fresh-faced kids from The Hunger Games, Sunday night's MTV Movie Awards had a little something for every film fanatic – in the form of laughs.
And if you missed some of the show's more memorable moments, PEOPLE.com is breaking down the highlights.
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