Fugger: Emma Stone

Well Played: Emma Stone in Valentino and Balenciaga


It is not the first time, and won’t be the last, that we have noted that THANK GOD these two like each other because this PR trail is going to be long and winding.

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Unfug or Fab: Emma Stone in Christian Dior


She certainly seems happy:

And I’m largely in favor of the dress — I love that the skirt is lined, for one thing, and the color and length work nicely on her. What I’m wondering is whether the matching shoes are too much, and whether I wish any portion of the top were also lined. Note: No cats expired in the making of those curiosities. What do you think, Fug Nation? Personally, I’m in the Old Lady Zone of just being grateful she looks professional and lovely and fun, without feeling the need to involve her erogenous zones.

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Fug or Fab: Emma Stone in Chloe


SHE’S BACK AT LAST. Emma is making the rounds for Amazing Spider-Man: Rise of Electro, which sounds — in the vein of The Avengers: Age of Ultron, or whatever — as if it was named by throwing a dart-board where there was a column of Things People In 1983 Thought Would Be The Names Of Technology In The 2010s. Whatever happened to good old-fashioned numbers, like “2″? Poor 2.

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Golden Globes Telecast Scrolldown Fug: Emma Stone


I thought I was going to be so happy to see Emma Stone…

And then that skirt happened, and now I feel sorry for the hairdresser out there who is pulling his/her hair out over The Case of the Missing Salon Smock. That’s coming out of someone’s paycheck, Emma. Uncool.

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Fugs or Fabs: Stars of “The Amazing Spiderman 2″


My thoughts, in order:

1) “Oh my God, is this movie coming out soon? No? Dammit, people, why are you teasing us? I got excited for the outfits.”

2) “They are so cute together. They might be my fantasy casting for our versions of Will and (American) Kate in The Royal We, except that it may take us eighty years to finish that thing.”

3) “Holy hell, I have a lot of work to do.”

4) “First, a sandwich.”

5) “I wish I had not seen her outfit from the waist down.”

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Fug or Fab: Emma Stone


It goes without saying that I think she is great, and I am always happy to see her out and about. I think, in part, Emma comes across so likeable because she always seems happy to be photographed on the red carpet — whether or not her feet are killing her, or she’s been working for 36 straight hours, or Andrew Garfield accidentally left her flat-iron on and almost burned down the bathroom, or whatever the heck else is happening to her for real:

It isn’t an actor’s FAULT  if they feel awkward on the red carpet and don’t want to do it, but it always strikes me as odd when actors can’t…you know. Grit their teeth and ACT HAPPY to be there for ten minutes for pictures before making a beeline into the bar/the crepes station/the arms of their co-star/out the back door and home to watch Real Housewives and eat Frito Pie like the rest of us. Emma’s very good at coming across like, “hey guys! It’s so nice to see you! Later, let’s talk about whether or not Slade SERIOUSLY thought it was a great birthday present to decide Gretchen needed to pay more money on a car lease by getting her a Rolls Royce!” even if what she’s really thinking is, “ugh, I just want to go home and eat those frozen chocolate croissants I hid behind the wheatgrass.” And that’s really all I ask.

All I ask of you is to weigh in on her dress:

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