Because we live in a time when every psychotic dead-hearted cartoon villain of pure evil needs a movie that tries to explain to us why they became a psychotic dead-hearted cartoon villain of pure evil, Disney has made Cruella de Vil’s origin story. As expected, Disney put out the first trailer for Cruella starring Emma Stone as the diabiolical hell demon who goes on to plot the murder of PUPPEHS in the name of fashion (in other words, Pimp Mama Kris’ greatest inspiration). And Emma Stone’s campy British accent in the trailer is really something, so I’m sure the movie ends with the Dalmations being like, “Okay, okay, lady from La La Land, you win. If you stop with that accent, we’ll give you our coats,” as they zip their fur off.
Like many people on Earth (presumably), Spider-Man 2 (2004) is one of my favorite films. I love Kirsten Dunst and her little teefies, Tobey Maguire was a cutie, and, thanks in part to an incredibly explicit sex dream about Alfred Molina, it is my belief that Otto “Doctor Octopus” Octavius is the best movie superhero villain of all time. All-time! So imagine my horny surprise when it was announced that a bunch of old Spider-verse actors are either in talks or confirmed to return for the third Spider-Man film starring Tom Holland. That includes Kirsten, my dream-lover Alfred Molina, plus Andrew Garfield as the second Spider-Man, Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy, and Jamie Foxx as Electro (who?)!
Thanks to some recent pictures that have hit the internet, it looks like that alleged secret marriage situation might not have been the only secret lockdown activity Emma Stone has done during her time stuck inside. Emma might also have a secret pregnancy situation on her hands. I guess it’s not so secret anymore, since those pictures exist. And if a picture is still worth 1000 words, then we’ve got at least a dozen pictures that have an equivalent value of the words, “This might be a baby bump” copy and pasted several thousand times.
At the end of last year, we learned that Emma Stone was pulling a Scarlett Johansson (no, not like that – she learned her lesson), and was engaged to her boyfriend Dave McCary, a writer on Saturday Night Live. Then in March, we learned that they postponed their wedding because of the coronavirus lockdown. Because it’s not fun to do the Cha-Cha Slide while the DJ is saying, “Slide no more than six feet to the left, clap your hands but don’t touch your face.” But while some people are waiting until things go back to relative normalcy before they re-send out their save the dates, Emma and Dave might have gotten impatient and just did the whole thing in quarantine secret.
Asian-American actress Emma Stone was supposed to get married this past weekend, but, alas, this darn coronavirus has forced her to postpone. Emma got engaged to former Saturday Night Live segment director, Dave McCary, in December. Their wedding was supposed to be in Los Angeles, but a specific location wasn’t mentioned on the invitations. Oo, how covert. But not slick enough to outrun a pandemic!
Only a few months after Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston broke up in February 2018, there were rumors that he was secretly hooking up with Emma Stone. It was all very clandestine, what with the sneaking around in France and secret dinners and everything. So for the conspiracy theorists out there who still believe there’s something shady going on with Justin and Emma, here’s your headline: Emma Stone fakes engagement with random guy to mislead you from THE TRUTH. For the rest of us, here’s everything you need to know about Emma Stone’s engagement to SNL writer Dave McCary.