Emma Stone is a longtime partner in the film business.
While she has worked with both Marvel and Pixar, the 70-year-old actress and comedian has made her home in the gravestone business, where she’s been involved with both major film studios and the Rolling Stones.
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Stone said she’s not just a songwriter or an actor.
She’s a collaborator, a “rock star,” and she’s “really a big fan of the Rolling Stone.”
“I think that’s important, and I think that Emma Stone, as a singer, as an artist, is one of the biggest rock stars on earth, and a big influence in many ways on how I think about music and how I write music and what I want to do,” Stone said.
“I think she has a huge influence in a lot of things, because she was a huge music fan growing up.”
Emma Stone is also a vocalist, singer, songwriter, producer, actress, and filmmaker.
While Stone has been a part of a wide range of musicals and movies, she’s become a bigger star in recent years as a producer, songwriting, producer-songwriter, and producer-producer.
The Rolling Stones’ hit album, “Rolling Stones, ‘Til Dawn,” was a big success for the Stones.
Emma Stone also appeared on “American Idol” and “American Psycho,” and the two hit albums were nominated for three Grammys.
In addition to her singing, Stone has also collaborated with artists like Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, and Katy Perry.
In 2018, Emma Stone appeared in the hit musical “Maggie’s Plan,” which featured the Rolling Thunder and The Who’s Keith Richards as her backing band.
“Miggys Plan” also featured the hit song “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever.”
Emma Stone and the rest of the rock group performed live at Carnegie Hall on June 14, 2019.
The band performed on the same day as “Black Tie White Noise,” the Broadway revival of “The Wiz,” and a performance of “Livin’ on a Prayer.”
The musical also starred Kristen Bell and David Hasselhoff.
Stone also performed on “The Voice” in 2019, and in 2018, she made her Broadway debut on the musical “The Night Manager.”