Friday, June 8, 2012

Tribute to Emma Stone

What do the films Zombieland, The House Bunny, Easy A, and The Help all have in common besides being box office hits and comedic fan favorites? Nothing more and nothing less than the acting stylings of the incredibly talented Emma Stone. Landing her first big screen role as Jules in 2007's Superbad, Stone has since than sky rocketed to the peak of Hollywood success. Each year over the course of these last five years, she has had a role in a popular motion picture, not to mention 2011 in which Emma starred in both the heartwarming The Help and the hilarious Crazy, Stupid Love.
Now I know what you may be thinking; how is this post even relevant to today when Emma Stone isn't in any movies out right now? Well, please don't leave this blog just yet because I promise I have a point!
The fact of the matter is earlier this week Stone made Hollywood industry history. (Still think I'm just rambling?) The perky twenty-three year old was the very first to ever win MTV's Trailblazer Award at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday. Though she is an actress of such a young age, I personally believed that is was a title well deserved. Experience wise, just re-read the beginning of this post and it's clear that she has the talent. However, I think MTV had much more in mind when they awarded her with this brand new honor.

"I'm a cryer!" stated an emotional Emma when first handed the popcorn-shaped trophy. She then went on with her accepstance speech, listing all those who in her eyes, are/were trailblazers. "I know that when you're a teenager, or even sometimes when you're an adult, what sets you apart can feel like a burden, and it's not. A lot of the time it's what makes you great." This statement alone just proves why you're great, Emma Stone.

Make sure to catch Emma in her newest film The Amazing Spiderman out July 3!

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