Emma Stone: Gosling made friends envious

Emma Stone has recalled making her friends jealous by boasting about “writhing all over Ryan Gosling’s bed”.
The actress appeared alongside the hunk in the hit romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love. The movie sees Emma and Ryan fall for each other and features some steamy scenes. Emma loved telling pals about getting close to her co-star.
“I can still remember the first time I auditioned with Ryan for Crazy, Stupid, Love,” she told the latest edition of UK magazine Glamour. “My friends took me to the airport that night and when they asked me what I’d been doing all day, and I said that I’d been writhing around all over Ryan Gosling’s bed, they were like, ‘Right! Get on that plane!’ I guess that is pretty weird to hear.”
The 24-year-old beauty – who is dating her The Amazing Spider-Man co-star Andrew Garfield – also revealed she has always wanted to act.
When she was younger, Emma admits she was disruptive at school, and couldn’t help being
“very loud and getting into a lot of trouble.”
The star realized that acting classes would be the perfect outlet for her excess energy.
“My parents knew that there was something a little off about me. So it made sense when I asked, aged 11, if I could take acting classes,” she explained. “Apparently I said to my mom, ‘If I can’t act, I’ll die.’ And then she knew – she knew that only an actress would say something like that.”
Emma has gone on to appear in a series of high-profile movies including her most recent big screen outing Gangster Squad – which sees her reunited with Ryan.
Although she is thrilled to have enjoyed such success, Emma admits there are downsides to being one of the biggest names in Hollywood. She finds it difficult coping with the constant presence of paparazzi.
“It’s weird in Los Angeles… [they are] hiding out everywhere. The hardest thing is that it makes me act like an a**hole because I now have this weird level of paranoia that I never had before,” she revealed. “It feels like having a private investigator on you or something. You find yourself walking around holding your head up like you’re looking in the mirror – and your friends are wondering what’s wrong with you. Then I feel like a jerk because half the time there’s nobody there… still, I really don’t want to be caught with a burger all over my face.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013

Friday, 04. January 2013