"Friends with Benefits" and "Crazy, Stupid, Love" starlet Emma Stone recently told The Advocate some interesting things about herself.
She didn't expose relationship details, but she got to the blonde roots of her Spidey sense, her girl crush, and how the gay rights movement prepared her for upcoming film "The Help."
Stone chats about:
Being a celebrity activist:
I’m the least eloquent person on the planet, so I don’t know that I’d be the right person to speak out on anything. But that’s what’s so wonderful about good movies and writers: I can be a part of a project that says what I wish I could say. My ultimate goal is to continue doing movies with some sort of message that can make a change, like Easy A or The Help. Because that’s what good movies do for me: They teach me and bring injustices to my attention.
Strong female and tomboy roles endearing her to gay fans:
Oh, I’m so flattered. The tomboy quality is probably coincidental just due to the fact that my voice hits male octaves most of the time. I don’t really think about it — I just respond to what I read — but I must be subconsciously drawn to women who, even if they don’t necessarily have their shit together, are secure within themselves and don’t need a man to fix them.
Christina Hendricks. It’s a no-brainer. Everything about her does it for me. That’s my kind of woman.
Being open to a lesbian relationship:
No, I don’t have a girlfriend. But who knows? You love who you love...In some friendships there’s so much love between two people that there’s just a fine line. Hey, I have girlfriends that I’m incredibly close to, and there’s definitely a fine line there.
Check out the whole interview HERE!