Emma Stone has been working her buttocks off on the set of her new movie The Amazing Spider-Man 2, alongside her co-star and boyfriend Andrew Garfield. Yet, she still managed to find time to get glamorous and cover next month’s issue of Company magazine, donning a dark red lipstick, showing off that ginger goodness, looking very happy, that’s for sure.
What’s the grin for, Emma? Is it because you are so grateful to be working on another movie with your beau? Ha. Or maybe because she finally gets to show her natural hair color to people? Note, that in most of the actress’ movies, she’s either wearing a blonde wig or has to dye her hair to another color to play a particular role.
See excerpts of the interview with Company below!
On what’s next for her: “I’ve never cut my hair short as an adult. Only when I was 12 years old – and it looked terrible. And I’ve never dyed it any unnatural colour, so that would be fun.”
On blonde hair vs. red hair: “When it’s blonde, I wish it was red. And when it’s red, I wish it was blonde. I would probably keep it blonde in real life just because blonde grows out better so it’s cheaper. But the studios pay for my hair changes, so that’s cool.”
On having pale genes: “I can’t help it. When I was younger, I’d try really hard to tan (I’m from Arizona, which is really sunny and everyone there is really tanned) so that I wasn’t the weirdo pale kid. I wanted to be part of the cool group, but I learned pretty early on that all I do is burn. So then I did spray tans, which unfortunately made me look like I had leprosy or I had just dug through mud.”
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