Jennifer Lawrence & Emma Stone goofing off on the red carpet is everything we needed today.



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Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Salma Hayek at The Academy’s Governors Awards 2017



Coverage of The Academy’s Governors Awards 2017 with Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, Salma Hayek, Justin Timberlake, Margot Robbie, Andrew Garfield, Jessica Chastain, Carey Mulligan, Jake Gyllenhaal, Diane Kruger, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Wiig, Adam Sandler, Jackie Sandler, Michelle Williams (actress), Dustin Hoffman, Lisa Hoffman, Allison Williams, Richard Gere, Saoirse Ronan, Hugh Jackman, Deborra lee Furness, Mary J Blige & Tessa Thompson on November 11, 2017.

Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling’s Best Moments | E! News



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Emma Stone Was Surprised with a “Clue” Murder Mystery Birthday Party | Birthday Stories | W Magazine



A couple years ago, Emma Stone got a surprise birthday party themed to the popular murder mystery board game and cult classic movie “Clue”. The actress played the part of Miss Scarlet and her friends dressed up in character costumes for a game of whodunnit. The night featured a fancy dinner with cards that contained clues and an intriguing search party.

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Unfiltered AF – Emma Stone | E! News



The “Battle of the Sexes” star shares her thoughts on owls, booze, and kicking Ryan Gosling.

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‘One Day a Week’ feat. the McCartney family, Woody Harrelson and Emma Stone



The McCartney family launches short film ‘One Day a Week’ highlighting the environmental impact of animal agriculture and encourages people to help by eating less meat, with appearances by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney, Woody Harrelson and Emma Stone.

Ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 23) next week, Meat Free Monday has released a short film about a huge contributor to climate change that is often left out of conference discussions – animal agriculture.

“There’s a simple but significant way to help protect the planet and all its inhabitants”, says Paul to camera. “And it starts with just one day a week. One day without eating animal products can have a huge impact in helping maintain that delicate balance that sustains us all.”

With dire consequences for ourselves and future generations, livestock production results in vast amounts of greenhouse gases being released into the atmosphere. It requires increasingly unsustainable levels of precious resources including land, water and energy, and is a major contributor towards global environmental degradation and climate change.

The Meat Free Monday campaign has had an incredible response since its launch in 2009, with many of the world’s leading authorities on climate change endorsing meat reduction as an effective way of fighting global warming.

The campaign’s new film ‘One Day a Week’, largely funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies and produced in collaboration with French film director Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s Hope Production, amplifies this message using the breathtaking aerial photography with which Arthus-Bertrand has become synonymous.

Narrated by Paul, and with appearances from Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney, Woody Harrelson and Emma Stone, the film describes how the beauty of the planet only exists through a delicate balance of climatic conditions – a balance we are dangerously disrupting through our insatiable desire for animal products.

The film uses Paul’s own music – tracks from his 1997 classical music album Standing Stone, as well as an unreleased song called Botswana.

Meat Free Monday’s aim is to raise awareness and inspire people to make a change in their diets from an easily achievable starting point.

Film review: Battle of the Sexes – Emma Stone, Steve Carell play tennis pros in comedy-drama on gender equality

4/5 stars

This timely true story focuses on the efforts of woman tennis stars to receive the same treatment – and prize money – as their male counterparts. An unusually smart film, Battle of the Sexes mixes humour with social observation, and makes its point in a more entertaining way than most message films would.

The story takes place in the United States in 1973, when feminism was in the ascendant and terms like male chauvinist pig, burning your bra, and women’s lib were common currency. The tennis legend Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) is outraged to discover that the prize money for the US men’s tennis singles competition is around eight times higher than the prize for the women’s singles.

King’s complaints lead to a slew of comments from male commentators that women are inferior, and so deserve less money. Outraged, King and her fellow female tennis stars boycott the tournament, and organise their own championship.

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Enter Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell), a former tennis champ looking for publicity. Riggs challenges the top female star to a match billed as the Battle of the Sexes, and claims that it will show once and for all that women are inferior to men.

Battle of the Sexes harks back to the days of the light drama, a once-popular genre which has been displaced by Hollywood’s fascination with lowbrow comedy. The tennis scenes are convincing, and husband-and-wife directing team Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Ruby Sparks, Little Miss Sunshine) manage to seamlessly integrate a sensitive subplot about King’s lesbianism.

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Cleverest of all is the way that the rivalry between King and Riggs is portrayed as deep-seated but good natured – something that King has confirmed. The acting by Stone – almost unrecognisable as King – and Carell as her sexist opponent is superlative, keeping a balance between drama and comedy. The groovy 1970s period settings are also a blast.

Viewers will be interested to ponder the things that still haven’t changed for women since 1973.

Battle of the Sexes opens on November 2

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LA BATALLA DE LOS SEXOS ‘Battle of the Sexes’ | Emma Stone & Steve Carell | Tráiler (2017)



La batalla de los sexos (2017)

En la estela de la revolución sexual y del auge del movimiento feminista, el partido de tenis celebrado en 1973 entre la campeona mundial femenina Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) y el ex campeón masculino y tramposo habitual Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell), fue anunciado como LA BATALLA DE LOS SEXOS y se convirtió en uno de los acontecimientos deportivos de mayor audiencia de todos los tiempos, alcanzando la cifra de 90 millones de espectadores en todo el mundo.