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[...] This year will see Stewart in three new films, including Equals, a futuristic love story, with Nicholas Hoult, and the comedy American Ultra, a sleeper-cell stoner movie, in which she stars alongside Jesse Eisenberg (who was also her co-star in 2009's Adventureland.) "It's like The Bourne Identity for anyone who liked Adventureland," she says of American Ultra. For such a diverse filmography, this is her first truly comedic role, and you can tell she's nervous about it. "I hope that I'm funny in it," she says with endearing candour. "I hope I complement Jesse, because he's hysterical. But I take everything so seriously!" she laughs. "I don't know... my friends think I'm funny, but like, if Emma Stone played the part, she'd be fucking hilarious." It's not often that you encounter a Hollywood actress so humble as to compliment a peer's talents above her own. But this is common of Stewart.
Sony has decided on “Aloha” as the title for Cameron Crowe’s Hawaii-set romantic comedy, starring Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams.
“Aloha” opens May 29 against Warner Bros.’ quake thriller “San Andreas,” starring Dwayne Johnson.
Cooper plays a military contractor who reconnects with a long-ago love (portrayed by McAdams) while unexpectedly falling for an Air Force watchdog, played by Stone. Bill Murray plays a billionaire launching a satellite system. John Krasinski, Danny McBride and Alec Baldwin also star.
Crowe directed from his own script and produced with Scott Rudin. Executive producers are Ilona Herzberg, Eli Bush and Ben Waisbren.
The film was formerly called “Deep Tiki” and “Volcano Romance.”
NBC will present a live red carpet special before the three-hour “Saturday Night Live” 40th anniversary celebration Feb. 15 (8/7c) from Rockefeller Center, the net announced Monday.
“SNL 40th Red Carpet Live,” hosted by “Today’s” Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Carson Daly and Al Roker, will feature interviews with current and former cast members, past hosts and musicians.
The red carpet pre-show, followed by “SNL 40th Anniversary Special” live from Studio 8H, will be exec produced by Brad Lachman. Bill Bracken will produce and Alex Vietmeier will direct.