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Are Emma Stone & Andrew Garfield Back Together?

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True love died a few months ago, when we found out that Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield had ended their pretty long (in Hollywood terms) relationship and were once again single entities. However, that seems to have been called into question now that Emma & Andrew are hanging out again.

They were photographed together on Saturday coming out of Ralph’s in LA. Because hey, even celebrities need groceries.

Maybe they’re trying to work things out or maybe somehow they’ve mastered the whole “being friends with your ex” thing. Either way, things seem to be back on, in one form or another.

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Emma Stone breaks up with Andrew Garfield and goes to Disneyland

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Guys, I have some terrible news. And some happy news! I’ll give you the terrible news first, though – this way when you’re crying over your keyboard, the happy news will cheer you up and stop the tears. Anyway, let’s get on with it. Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield – Hollywood’s favourite activist couple – are dunzo. They broke up. It’s over.

Now try to pull yourself together. After all, Emma wouldn’t want you to be sad. In fact, she’s determined to cheer herself up, as well, so she took herself to Disneyland with a bunch of friends and had a grand old time. That’s the good news.

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Whoa, looks like F-U-N. Glad to see she’s living it up, I suppose!

As for how things were left with Andrew, don’t worry – it might not be 100% over. After all, they did date for 3 years! They’re just taking a little break for now.

“They had been fighting a lot and they hadn’t seen each other. They have both been working but they weren’t getting along,” one source tells Us of the possible soon-to-be exes.

Don’t give up hope yet, guys.

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Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield see you trying to take their picture

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It can be exciting to see a celebrity while you’re out and about, living your normal life. You might even be tempted to snap that celebrity’s photo, especially if it’s someone you consider yourself to be a fan of. However, some celebs are too smart for you, and your covert attempt to not be overtly rude by flashing your iPhone in their face isn’t really enough to hide what you’re trying to do.

Instagram user alegb21 tried to be smooth as she used her front-facing camera to capture Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone out at dinner at Lure Fish Bar in NYC this week, but they were too slick for her and knew exactly what she was doing – hence the above photo.

The photo was captioned as follows:

Ok, so… either I caught a great moment between #AndrewGarfield & #EmmaStone or I clearly got caught and I am officially FIRED as a paparazzi… ????????????????????? #oops

Mmhm…

Let this be a lesson! At least Emma and Andrew seem cool – if it was Bieber or something, he’d have had his heavies come break your phone in half and punch you in the face for good measure.

Would you take a pic of celebs you saw in public or is that totally uncool?

Ugh, enough with Anne Hathaway already (again)

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Anne Hathaway went away for a long while because she knew we all can’t stand her and wanted to give us a break. Now she’s back, and while this was a chance for her to get back on good terms with the world and not be so annoying, she failed epically when she and husband Adam Shulman decided to take a page from Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield‘s book and punk the paparazzi with a charitable message.

Walking around New York this week, Anne and Adam held up cardboard signs with three websites listed to charities/causes they care about and wishing everyone a Happy 4th of July. They did at least give credit to Emma and Andrew, but the fact that she even decided to do this is just so… Anne. And so obnoxious. I appreciate getting the good message out, which is the only thing I give her vague credit about – there’s never a bad time to spread the word about causes you really care about. But it just seems so contrived and try-hard and… predictable. Copying off of something someone else did that we all found endearing so that she could try and be endearing as well is Anne Hathway’s M.O. and the reason she got such a bad rep in the first place.

Neeeeexxxxttt!

Oh, and here’s how it’s ACTUALLY done:

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Is Emma Stone a “bland, basic bitch”?

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Emma Stone is one of those love or hate celebrities – though I haven’t met too many people who dislike her. Still, apparently those people exist, as she’s found a number of detractors online who’ve described her as a “bland, basic bitch”. Fair descriptor? Eh, I dunno.

As the new Vogue cover star for May, Emma talked a lot about her resistance to reading Internet commentary about herself to her relationship with Andrew Garfield.

Here are a few choice quotes…

On the public’s perception of her:

She is the rare person in public life who will straight up tell you that yes, she has Googled herself. “I don’t usually like what I find,” she says. “But some of it is really funny.” Stone mentions Internet comments that referred to her as a “Bland Basic Bitch,” which was probably meant as a dig, but she found it hilarious, to the point that at dinner she now begins to refer to herself as “That Bland Basic Bitch.”

On her love life with Garfield:

“I think I’ve learned a lot by being around him,” Stone says of Garfield. “And, you know, he is an incredibly important person to me.”

The feeling is clearly mutual. Garfield sounds grateful that Stone has been at his side during the far-flung Spider-Man journey. “I thank my lucky stars that we’ve been able to be on this ride together,” he says in an e-mail. “We all need companions in the mystery to get you out of your head and into your heart, to moan to and to take the piss out of it all with.”

I ask Stone about filming scenes with Garfield. Is that stuff easy? Harder?

“It’s not harder,” she says. “It’s fun. It’s been fun working with him just because of who he is as an actor and person. I think it would be fun no matter what.”

On her career ambitions:

Stone was ready to make her Broadway debut as Sally in Cabaret—she got the part after auditioning for Sam Mendes in London—but ran into scheduling difficulties with her Spider-Man obligations. She believes she’ll eventually get a chance to play Sally. “Someday,” she pledges. She talks about other theatrical parts, about taking more chances in film. “The thing I gravitate toward naturally is comedy,” Stone says. “But I want to do different things.” Like what? Maybe some “truly bizarre characters,” she says. Maybe she’ll produce. “I would like to see what I can do.”

I dunno, I kinda like her – or at the very least find her pretty innocuous. Plus, she looks FLAWLESS more often than not, so that’s a thumbs up.

What do you think? Love her? Hate her? Meh on her?

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Emma Stone Looks Pretty at ‘The Croods’ Berlin Photo Call

Emma Stone turned up in Berlin on Friday for a photocall to promote her new animated film The Croods, which looks like some weird Flintstones rip-off.  I’m not too far off, apparently, as the IMDB synopsis reads: “The world’s very first prehistoric family goes on a road trip to an uncharted and fantastical world.” In any case, Emma and some of her voice co-stars (the cast includes Nicolas Cage, Cloris Leachman and Ryan Reynolds, but only Nic was there from that list) hit the blue backscreen (I don’t see a red carpet) to meet the press leading up to the film’s release.

We like Emma because she seems like a cool, down-to-earth girl (woman) who keeps her personal life – and in paticular, her romance with Spider-Man co-star Andrew Garfield – under wraps. More actresses could take a few notes from her.

Pics from the photocall below!

Emma Stone Does Sultry for W

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We love Emma Stone, right? Totally love her? Which is why it’s perfectly acceptable to say that I’m just not feeling her photos from this recent W photo shoot. The interview’s great, natch, but the spread? Ugh. Not very flattering.

Here’s Emma Stone on her role in ‘Gangster Squad’:

[I play] Grace Faraday, who moved to Hollywood in the ’40s to become a star and ended up falling in with Mickey Cohen, a very well-known gangster, and his brood. Grace is also having an affair with Jerry Wooters, portrayed by Ryan Gosling. He’s one of the cops investigating Mickey Cohen. Grace is playing with fire—she’s constantly torn, caught in that classic conundrum between good and evil.

On joking in her professional life and in her personal life:

In real life, sometimes it’s uncomfortable for me not to go for the joke. I’ve been looking at that in myself lately. Often, joking for me is a way of diffusing the awkwardness of a situation, so it’s kind of exhilarating to be a part of projects where there’s nothing funny or lighthearted.

On appearing “drunk” at an awards show last year:

It was for best visual effects, so Ben and I had all these funny ideas. Planet of the Apes was nominated, so we thought we would bring a chimp onstage and I’d say, “Oh—it looks so real.” And Ben would be like, “It’s a real chimp.” And I’d be insisting, “Oh, my God—the work they do now is so staggering.” And he’d repeat, “It’s a real chimp.” But apparently, you can’t make the Oscar presentation about a particular movie or else the audience thinks you’re swaying the vote toward that movie. So instead, we pretended that Ben had been to the Oscars many times and I was this really overly enthusiastic Oscar presenter. I was very excited, and he was not.

And last, on movies that make her cry:

The end of City Lights makes me cry every time I see it—when Charlie Chaplin walks by the shop window and the once blind girl brings him a flower and pins it to his lapel. She’s always thought that he was a millionaire, but he was really a tramp. She feels his hand and says, “You?” And he nods. He says, “You can see now?” And she says, “Yes, I can see now.” They cut back to his face, and he lights up like you’ve never seen. That last line—“Yes, I can see now”—has so many meanings. It’s echoed in every great romantic movie since then and in every great moment of life.

Gotta love her, guys. Just not the photos. Right?