Birdman (2014)

Directed by: Alejandro González Iñárritu

Emma Stone in Birdman (2014)
Her performance as Sam, Riggan's insightful, damaged daughter, has been acclaimed as one of the film's many highlights. And as much as she is the junior partner in Birdman's ensemble cast, she is also arguably its hottest star. Since her debut seven years ago, playing a likeable dream girl in fateful need of alcohol for her party in Superbad, Emma Stone has built her portfolio with all the assurance of an inverse Lindsay Lohan. Where both captured America's imagination in a sparky, superior teen comedy (Lohan in 2004's Mean Girls, Stone in 2010's Easy A), Lohan has since stumbled at every turn; by contrast, Stone, at 26, has done virtually every single thing right, gracefully emerging as America's favourite girl-next-door while laying the foundations for a career that promises much more.

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The Help (2011)

Directed by: Tate Taylor

Emma Stone in The Help (2011)
Eugenia ‘Skeeter’ Phelan (Emma Stone) is a young woman who just returned from College and is given her first foot in the door as a journalist – a domestic column for the local newspaper. Being less than inclined toward the domestic arts, she seeks the advice of her best friend’s maid, Aibileen (Davis). Skeeter soon shifts her focus from collecting housekeeping tips to investigating the lives of the women that support and enable the lives of wealthy Southern families that she grew up with – The Help. The African American maids that raise the children, and make the sweet ambrosia for bridge parties, but often lived either as specters at the edges of their employers lives, or (by the worst of the employers) as tolerated (but necessary) evils.

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The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

Directed by: Marc Webb

Emma Stone in The Amazing Spiderman
Emma Stone portrays Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man as Peter Parker's love interest. She works as an assistant at Dr. Curt Connors's laboratory at Oscorp, where Peter gets bitten by the spider. She subsequently develops a crush on him, and he soon reveals to her his secret identity as Spider-Man. Gwen plays an important role in the Lizard's defeat, by helping Peter develop an antidote for the serum that mutates people into reptilian hybrids through cross-species genetics, using her own scientific background.

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Magic in the Moonlight (2014)

Directed by: Woody Allen

Emma Stone in Magic in the Moonlight (2014)
EMMA STONE, who plays American clairvoyant Sophie, whom Colin sets about exposing as a fake when she visits the Catledge family. He soon discovers that perhaps she is the real deal, before one big almighty plot twist turns the whole thing on its head.

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Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)

Directed by: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa

Emma Stone in Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)
In the romantic comedy "Crazy, Stupid, Love." Stone plays Hannah, a sassy law-school grad who is studying for the bar exam. She rebuffs the advances of a local womanizer named Jacob Palmer (played by Oscar nominee Ryan Gosling), who in his spare time is teaching a soon-to-be-divorced middle-aged man named Cal Weaver (played by Steve Carell) on how to seduce women. After Hannah breaks up with her insensitive boyfriend Richard (played by Josh Groban), drunkenly agrees to go on a date with Jacob — and the results take both of them by surprise.

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