Emma Stone’s Oscar Win Is The Best Women’s Day Gift For The Female

Emma Stone
Emma Stone

Emma Stone  is the new Carol  Burnett /Rehana Sultan. This  cultural mix of self-deprecating femininity  and sexual awakening  comes to us at a price. Not too long  ago women talking  about  the  pleasures of the vagina were considered  sluts.

 In Jeo Baby’s clutter-clearing  The Great  Indian  Kitchen  Nimisha Sajayan’s husband couldn’t stop  sniggering when she  suggest  some foreplay in their  sex.

Three years later , here she is , Emma Stone as the child-woman  openly enjoying the pleasures  of self-stimulation and recommending to a  70-year old woman on  a  cruise, a vaginal voyage, if you will.  Imagine Sridevi in Sadma with an over-healthy sexual appetite,  a curiosity  to  explore the world with as much enthusiasm as  her body.

 In that description we can capture  some of  what Emma Stone has achieved so spectacularly in Poor Things. With  the  mind of a child Bella Baxter is a restless child-woman in Victorian England whose vaginal craving is  getting out of hand, literally.

The hand is just not enough to  quench that voracious  appetite.

As  played by the   stupendous  Emma Stone  Bella is a creature of appetites. When she first has sex , she describes it as “furious jumping”, an activity she takes to like  a fish to water. She just can’t have enough  of it.Bella’s appetite is whorish in its voraciousness. But she  refuses to be slut-shamed,at a time when  slut-shaming was prevalent  but not labelled as  such, Bella ploughs her way through numerous  sexcapades  .

Emma Stone deserves the  Oscar  ….errr, hands-down.

Not that she had any formidable competition. Sorry,Ladies. But  Annette Bening in  Nyad, Lily Gladstone  in Killers Of The Flower Moon , Sandra Huller  in  Anatomy Of A Fall, and  Carey Mulligan in Maestro are no competition  to Emma’s epic epicurean performance.

As  for  ‘Best Actor’  Cillian  Murphy, Oppenheimer  is  not open to discussion. Christopher Nolan’s  cinema is like the exotic  cuisine from  a remote country  which everyone must expressly admire, because …well, because it’s the  right thing to do.

 Never mind  if  Colman Domingo  in Rustin and Paul Giamatti  in The Holdovers  were  far  superior.

And yes, Mark Ruffalo trying to cope with Emma Stone’s  insatiable  appetite in Poor Things  deserved  to be honoured.

Here is Emma Stone’s filmography presented in a table format:

2008The RockerAmelia
2008The House BunnyNatalie
2009Ghosts of Girlfriends PastAllison Vandermeersh
2010Easy AOlive Penderghast
2011Crazy, Stupid, Love.Hannah Weaver
2011The HelpEugenia “Skeeter” Phelan
2012The Amazing Spider-ManGwen Stacy
2012Movie 43Veronica
2013Gangster SquadGrace Faraday
2013The CroodsEep (voice)
2013The Amazing Spider-Man 2Gwen Stacy
2014Magic in the MoonlightSophie Baker
2014BirdmanSam Thomson
2015AlohaAllison Ng
2016La La LandMia Dolan
2017Battle of the SexesBillie Jean King
2018The FavouriteAbigail Masham
2019Zombieland: Double TapWichita
2019The Croods: A New AgeEep (voice)
2020CruellaEstella / Cruella de Vil
2021The Croods: Family TreeEep (voice)

Unveiling Emma Stone: Amazing Facts About the Versatile Actress

With her captivating performances and undeniable charm, she has solidified her status as one of the most beloved and respected actresses of her generation. In this article, we delve deep into the life and career of Emma Stone, uncovering fascinating facts and insights that showcase the brilliance of this remarkable talent.

Early Life and Beginnings

Born on November 6, 1988, in Scottsdale, Arizona, Emily Jean Stone, known professionally as Emma Stone, discovered her passion for acting at a young age. Raised in a supportive family environment, Stone honed her craft through local theater productions and school plays, displaying a natural talent that would soon catch the attention of industry insiders.

The Rise to Stardom

Emma Stone’s breakthrough came with her role as Jules in the 2007 teen comedy “Superbad,” where her comedic timing and on-screen presence earned her critical acclaim and opened doors to further opportunities. From there, she seamlessly transitioned into a diverse range of roles, showcasing her versatility as an actress.

Award-Winning Performances

One of Stone’s most notable achievements came with her portrayal of Mia Dolan in the 2016 musical “La La Land.” Her mesmerizing performance not only earned her widespread acclaim but also garnered her the Academy Award for Best Actress, cementing her status as a Hollywood powerhouse.

Notable Films and Roles

Throughout her career, Emma Stone has graced the silver screen with a multitude of memorable performances. From her portrayal of Gwen Stacy in “The Amazing Spider-Man” series to her captivating role as Abigail Masham in “The Favourite,” she has consistently delivered captivating performances that leave a lasting impression on audiences worldwide.

Beyond the Silver Screen

Beyond her acting prowess, Emma Stone is also known for her philanthropic endeavors and advocacy work. She has been a vocal supporter of various causes, including mental health awareness and gender equality, using her platform to effect positive change in the world.

Personal Life

Despite her fame and success, Emma Stone maintains a relatively private personal life. She values her time away from the spotlight, cherishing moments spent with her loved ones and indulging in her hobbies, which include reading, cooking, and spending time outdoors.

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