11 Amazing Bodies of Emma Stone and Friends
Emma Stone and her star-studded circle include some of the most celebrated names in the industry. From Stone's transformative journey in acting to Jennifer Lawrence's relentless pursuit of diverse roles, and from Tina Fey's skincare secrets to Taylor Swift's bold stance on artist rights, each story shines a light on the personal and professional ethos of these iconic figures. Join us as we delve into the inspiring narratives of Ryan Gosling's motivational training sessions, Brie Larson's skincare evolution, Olivia Colman's fitness regime, Bradley Cooper's deep connection with his characters, Michael Cera's newfound priorities as a father, Rachel Weisz's discerning career choices, and Andrew Garfield's quest for creative genius—it's not just about the glamour and fame; it's a tribute to the hard work, dedication, and passion that drive them.
Emma Stone talked about getting into acting with The Talks. "Performing helped me as a kid to channel my energy somewhere else, to put it out instead of turning it inward. Acting is therapy, especially as a kid, it was nice to have an outlet like that when I was really struggling with panic attacks. Being on stage early on made me less afraid to try things that are challenging and scary."
Jennifer Lawrence is a close friend of Stone's. While promoting the final Hunger Games film, Lawrence talked about wanting to work hard and get a lot of roles. "I try to keep working so people can see other characters and other things I can do instead of taking vacation time, and now I'm aging like a president. I hate waking up without a goal or going to sleep without achieving nothing."
Tina Fey presented Stone with her "5 Timer's club" host award recently on Saturday Night Live. Fey's makeup artist Gita Bass, shared some of the actresses skincare tips, and the secrets behind her Golden Globes look with New Beauty. "On the day, I started with the All Bright C Serum, to instantly brighten the skin and add a gorgeous glow, and then the Countermatch Adaptive Moisture Lotion to create the perfectly hydrated, dewy base for makeup," Bass shared. "I then gently massaged the skin with the Pause Well Aging Fascia Stimulating Tool to help improve blood flow and boost collagen production."
Stone is close friends with Taylor Swift. In Swift's Time Person Of The Year interview, she talked about taking her music off Spotify, and standing up for artist's rights to be compensated. "I'm always up for trying something. And I tried it and I didn't like the way it felt. I think there should be an inherent value placed on art. I didn't see that happening, perception-wise, when I put my music on Spotify. Everybody's complaining about how music sales are shrinking, but nobody's changing the way they're doing things. They keep running towards streaming, which is, for the most part, what has been shrinking the numbers of paid album sales."
Ryan Gosling worked with Stone in La La Land and Crazy, Stupid, Love. Gosling also played Ken in Barbie, and himself and his co-stars did group sessions with trainer David Higgins. "It created a 'we're all in it together' kind of feeling, which helped with motivation," Higgins said to GQ. "If one person was struggling, another might come around and say 'Come on, let's do this. I really loved this group of guys; they're so positive and up for up for it."
Brie Larson is close friends with Stone, and she shared her skincare secrets with Vogue. Larson says that she has learned to use less makeup. "While I've always had a skincare routine, it has changed over the years, of course, as I've gotten older. The main thing for me was once I started being on longer jobs where I am wearing [makeup longer] … it's not just putting the makeup on; it's the constant rubbing and touching up."
Olivia Colman worked with Stone on The Favourite. Colman works with trainer Dalton Wong to help her stay in shape. "We trained two-to-three times a week focusing on posture, resistance training and also cardio," Wong told Harper's Bazaar. "She also had soft-tissue work at least every week which helped improve her flexibility and reduce tension in her body."
Bradley Cooper is another friend of Stone's. In an interview with New York Magazine, Cooper talked about how his characters and roles have made an impact on him. "You don't move on. That's the beauty of what I get to do. My characters live inside me. I don't think they ever go away. It's sort of the beauty of it."
Michael Cera worked with Stone in Superbad. After having his first child, Cera talked about how he's changed since then to The Hollywood Reporter. "I think the only thing that it affects is that you just want to spend as much time with them as possible. So when I was 20, I would have been way happier to go off to some weird city and live in a hotel for three months. And when you have kids, you want to be with your family. And you miss them a lot."
Rachel Weisz is another of Stone's co-stars in The Favourite. She talked about the changes that have happened to her to Harper's Bazaar. "I'm lucky at this point in my career that I can choose jobs," she said. "When I started out, I just took any job that I got offered, to pay the rent. But now I can choose. When I started out, everything was interesting. Now, not everything is interesting to me; there are some things that I really want to lean in to – certain kinds of stories. And that's a lot of fun."
Andrew Garfield worked with Stone in the Spider-Man films, and the pair dated but remain friends. He talked about finding genius spirit and one way he tries to find it to GQ. "I've been surfing a lot, and whenever I surf, that's a way of bringing it closer to me, for sure. And with work, definitely. Recently – this last period of time that we've been talking about – I've been given the gift of having that energy, that spirit, close to me."