Emma Stone is one of the most acclaimed actresses of our time and, after having achieved worldwide recognition with ‘super bad’launched a career full of successes that earned him numerous awards and fans around the world.
on the day of today, November 6thcomplete stone 34 years old – and of course we couldn’t let this day go unnoticed.
With that in mind, we put together a brief list listing the 7 best movies starring the actress, since ‘Zombieland’ until the recent ‘Cruella’.
‘Zombieland’ is one of the best zombie movies of the century and brings a mix of horror, drama and comedy – in addition to a strong cast. In the production, Stone plays Wichita, Little Rock’s older sister (Abigail Bresilin) and Columbus’ romantic interest (Jesse Eisenberg). Like the other protagonists, she is one of the few survivors of the zombie apocalypse that devastated the planet, as well as being very protective of her sister.
‘The lie’ is easily one of the best rom-coms teens of all time and brought Stone in what many consider one of the greatest performances of his career. In the plot, Stone plays Olive, an uptight teenager who is encouraged by her popular best friend to reveal details of her boring weekend and decides to spice up the details a little by telling a little lie about losing her virginity. When the school eavesdropper overhears the conversation and spreads it across campus, Olive suddenly becomes famous, but for the wrong reasons.
CROSSED STORIES (2012)
Despite the controversial issues raised in recent years, ‘Crossed Stories’ brought incredible interpretations of names like Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and, of course, Stone. The story is set in 60s Mississippi and follows Skeeter (Stone), a high society girl who returns determined to become a writer. She begins interviewing the city’s black women who have left their lives to work raising the children of the white elite, of which Skeeter herself is a part. Aibileen Clark (Davis), Skeeter’s best friend’s employer, is the first to grant an interview. Despite the criticism, Skeeter and Aibileen continue to work together and, little by little, get new members.
‘Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance’ earned Stone his first Oscar nomination. Here, she plays Sam Thomson, daughter of Riggan (Michael Keaton), a former superhero movie star who is directing a complex play. Sam is a rebellious person who constantly clashes with his father, saying that he will never succeed on stage and that the show he is directing is boastful and empty.
In ‘La La Land: Singing Seasons’Stone surrendered to such an incredible performance that she was applauded worldwide for her performing versatility as Mia, an aspiring actress trying to find a big break in Los Angeles and who falls in love with an aspiring pianist, played by Ryan Gosling. Stone has won numerous awards from Best actressincluding an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA.
In yet another memorable performance, Stone won his third Oscar nomination, this time in the category of Best Supporting Actress. In this incredible period dramedy, Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz), the Duchess of Marlborough, exerts her influence at court as Queen Anne’s confidante, adviser and secret lover (olivia Colman). Her privileged position, however, is threatened by the arrival of Abigail (Stone), a new maid who soon becomes the majesty’s darling and seizes this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
When Stone was confirmed as the iconic villain Cruella de Vil in live action gives disney, the world stopped – and, although the film divided the majority of the public and the critics, the actress’ performance was applauded. Functioning as an origin story, Stone brings to life Estella, a smart, creative and determined young woman who wants to make a name for herself through her designs and ends up catching the attention of Baroness Von Hellman (Emma Thompson). However, their relationship sets off a course of events and revelations that cause Estella to embrace her rebellious side and become Cruella, an evil, elegant person bent on revenge.