Live chat with Andrew, Emma and Marc Webb at the Chinese premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man

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'Interview' Magazine September 2012

When Emma Stone talks about the kind of actor that she'd like to be, the conversation inevitably turns to comedy—which is appropriate, since Stone's brief but impressive filmography thus far includes a number of funny movies: Superbad (2007), The House Bunny (2008), Zombieland (2009), Easy A (2010), and last year's Crazy, Stupid, Love among them. But the kinds of comic actors that Stone is quick to mention—John Candy, Diane Keaton, Steve Martin, Bill Murray, Gilda Radner, Gene Wilder—don't represent the usual sort of formative stuff for a 23-year-old in 2012, especially one who looks like Emma Stone and inhabits the sort of world that she inhabits.

Emma's September 'Interview' Magazine preview

'John Candy might be my acting hero,' Emma Stone tells Interview magazine. 'He’s ... someone who can find the humor in the dramatic moments.'

Emma and Andrew in LA (08/11)

Emma Stone gives Andrew Garfield a flirtatious booty dance as they exit the elevator at Sushi Park in WeHo.
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