Spiderman Star Emma Stone Turns Out For World Premiere Of The Help, No Sign Of Andrew Garfield
Emma Stone took another step on the ladder of Hollywood stardom, turning out for the world premiere of The Help at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Los Angeles.
Although she was recognisable to fans of Easy A, Zombieland, Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past, as well as her breakout role in Superbad, it was this year's clutch of quality roles that has put Stone in the Hollywood spotlight.
Leading roles in Friends With Benefits, Crazy Stupid Love, carrying a big southern drama on her own shoulders in The Help, the female lead in The Amazing Spiderman - not to mention a rumoured romance with her Spiderman co-star Andrew Garfield - have combined to make Stone this year's rising A-lister.
What the 22-year-old thinks of all this attention is unclear. She recently told Vanity Fair magazine: "I think I’m a Type A personality who’s trying to convince herself she’s Type B" - which probably implies she's happy with her place in the limelight.
She's already learning a few Hollywood starlet staples, however, saying of her rumoured romance: "The only solution I’ve come to when it comes to things like that—the health of my family or dating, really personal things—is not to talk about it.”
Is Emma Stone a one-year-wonder or a big screen keeper? Watch the trailer for The Help and decide for yourself: