“It’s just like being in a band.
You don’t really know what you’re doing until you actually perform it.”
– Ema StoneThe voice actress for Ema’s character, Emily, has been on a mission to find out what her future holds and what it means to live in a dystopian world that was once a paradise.
But when Emily is kidnapped and her family are killed, she realizes that it’s time to make a stand.
Emma Stone has been one of the most celebrated actors in Hollywood and a vocal critic of the Trump administration, but her work on the TV show “The Handmaiden” has put her at odds with some of her colleagues.
Ema has taken to social media to vent her frustrations and her criticism, but it’s not all positive.
Emma Stone, in an interview with EW, talks about how her work as Emily is affecting her career, her politics and what she thinks about her fellow women in the business.
Ema Stone on her work and politics on “The Emastone Show”Ema, you have made your mark on the world of “The Muppets.”
What was it like making Ema, the female Muppet, on the show?
Well, I grew up loving Muppet movies.
I was a big fan of the ’70s.
And I think there’s a real sentiment of nostalgia with people who grew up watching Muppet cartoons.
I grew out of that.
I really thought that the Muppettes, and Muppet-skewing, were the perfect way to bring this idea of family and love to this world.
I love Muppet music, and I think that’s why I came up with the idea of Ema.
I wanted to find a character that was a bit more of a puppet.
It’s a really sweet, sweet idea, and then to have her become the head of a Muppet family, that was kind of a weird thing for me to do.
I thought, Well, if I’m doing this, maybe I can make something more human.
I didn’t want to be just the head puppeteer, but I could be the person who actually was the Muppet.
I think that when I was doing that episode, I was sort of like, Wait a minute, this is not a good idea.
I think I’m going to go to a different person, but the idea just struck me as something that maybe I could bring to the world.
What would that character be like?
It was like, Well.
It would be someone who was sort in the middle of her family.
You know, you know what?
There’s a little bit of a contradiction there.
The only way I could think of to explain that is I just have this kind of idea that Ema is the head person of this Muppet Family.
I would have to explain, like, She’s the puppet.
She’s in charge of all of them.
She has to take care of them, she has to teach them, and it’s kind of her responsibility.
It seems to me that maybe that’s the kind of thing that is missing in this show.
Maybe it’s a different way of thinking about things, a more compassionate way of understanding them.
But, it was very much about that, and that was really interesting to me.
It was very easy to do, because I was always very aware of the fact that this was a Muppeteer family.
It wasn’t a real family.
There was a lot of stuff that was supposed to happen, and you had to figure out who the puppet was, how she interacted with her family, what she was supposed do with them, who was the best puppet to play with them.
And that was my goal.
I’m not sure I’ve been able to do that yet.
There are things that have changed in my life, and we’re working on them, but that was always the way it was.
You are now one of three women behind the Mummy.
You have the Mombi (Emma’s character), and the Moll (Emra’s character) are also in the show.
What was the process like to get these characters?
When we were doing the Mumbadoo, I had a really tough time.
The Mummy is my own personal project, and so I’ve always wanted to make something that was mine.
But there was something that I was really excited about about that was that Emma was so much more complicated than a normal Mummy, so I thought that maybe she would be more accessible, more human, more relatable, and hopefully more fun to watch.
But I knew I would never get the chance to do something like that because it would have meant making a movie.
So I just kind of went along with it, and they were great fun.
They were really fun to write.
It took a lot longer than I