"We met in the audition for also asked what it's like to work with Gosling, and Stone gushed, saying, he's "always so much fun, so easy to work with." (Those Twizzlers he always carries around probably help.)Emma wouldn't confirm if the duo has future plans to work together, but we can only hope.
(which is also nominated for 12 other awards, tying the record for most nominations for a single movie).
, contains one of the sexiest scenes in any movie, and there's no nudity and nothing dirty. They crack some jokes, he tells her his move to get any woman into bed, and then oh. The family that gets stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame together stays together (this is admittedly not an realistic goal for most of us, but remember, this is fantasy).
"I will work with him a hundred times more if he'll let me." Whether there's a role for Stone in the movie, Chazelle enthused, "I'm loyal to talent.
I would love to do that again." As far as he's concerned, he does "get" the comparison to Bogart and Hepburn, the duo who starred in "What she and Ryan do, sometimes it looks effortless and it looks easy, but it's really not," he explained.
I initially met Ryan about something else, earlier. I met Emma when she was in New York doing Broadway.
These two things kind of converged as soon as the idea started to rumble of, , Gosling plays a struggling pianist who falls for Stone, an aspiring actress, over a series of song and dance numbers.
Of course, in real life, the story is entirely different: Gosling has two daughters with partner Eva Mendes, while Stone has had her own relationship with another leading man.
February 2017: Stone finished off her hot streak of awards wins with the Best Actress trophy at the Oscars.
July 2011: Audiences were first treated to the Stone-Gosling dynamic in —kicked off their collaboration.
As their director later explained, much of the dialogue in their scenes was actually improvised, too.
Though their director admits he felt some pressure not to ruin his stars' streak, he needn't.
Stone is sweet and sad and funny, and an early Best Actress frontrunner.
"And it's this balancing act between old Hollywood and new Hollywood, between reality and this idea of movie stardom, which is really rare.