Emma Stone covers Glamour UK February 2013 looking fab as always in a colorful floral dress. The actress talks the early passion for acting, being a journalist, and a paparazzi paranoia among other things.
The actress shared about the 1940′s fashion in her latest movie Gangster Squad:
Some of the dresses were genuine 1940s – they just retailored them. Oh, and I fit into a period-seven shoe, which is always a good knowledge to have.
On body: “Everyone has parts of their body that they dislike, but I’m not going to lose sleep over them.”
On wanting to act since she was a child:“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. Apparently I said to my mum, ‘If I can’t act, I’ll die.’ And then she knew – she knew that only an actress would say something like that.”
On back-up plan: “The truth is that I didn’t have one. When I moved to Hollywood I was arrogantly confident that I could be an actor. I didn’t really consider any other option, but you know what I would have loved to do? What you do.”
On paparazzi: “It’s weird in Los Angeles…[they] 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. 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.”