Emma Stone has been a welcomed pretty face in the world of Hollywood in the mid-2000s, with roles ranging from Zombieland opposite Jesse Eisenberg and comedian Woody Harrelson to Superbad with the king of cursing Jonah Hill. Emily Jean Stone, who was born in Scottsdale, Arizona in 1988, knew she wanted to be an actress from a young age and started acting in the community theatre. Stone persuaded her parents to go to California in 2004 so she could pursue a career in acting since she was confident in her acting skills. 18 years later, she has a net worth of $40 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, and has even been named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people. That turned out to be the best move of her life.
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When Stone and her mother relocated to Los Angeles, she was so determined to make it as an actor that she balanced taking online high school courses, working part-time at a dog treat bakery, and going on acting auditions. The name “Emily Stone” was already taken when she registered for the Screen Writers Guild, which is how her name went from Emily to Emma. She persevered despite that, and in the VHI talent competition programme In Search of the New Partridge Family, she made her television debut. Additionally, she made an appearance on the Louis C.K.-created and -executive-produced HBO comedy series Lucky Louie and the short-lived Fox action drama Drive in.
She gained some experience through those tiny television appearances, and in 2007 she made her acting debut as the lead in the teen comedy Superbad, which brought in $170.8 million on a $20 million budget. Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and Seth Rogan, a seasoned performer, screenwriter, and producer, co-starred with Stone in the film. The Rocker, which bombed at the movie office, and The House Bunny, which starred Anna Fannis and Kat Dennings and reached a box office peak of over $70 million, were both films in which she had starring roles the following year.
Emma was steadily securing more acting opportunities at this point, and her star was starting to rise. She appeared in three distinct movies at the same time in 2009. The first was Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, which starred Hollywood’s leading lady, Matthew McConaughey, as well as Jennifer Garner, Michael Douglas, Lacey Chabert, and Breckin Meyer. It made $102.4 million worldwide. She co-starred in the following movie, Paper Man, with successful businessman Ryan Reynolds and actor Jeff Daniels. Her final film of 2009, Zombieland, earned $102.4 million at the box office and inspired a sequel that performed even better than the original. In the zombie comedy, she appeared on screen alongside Woody Harrelson, Jessie Eisenberg, Bill Murray, and the infamous Amber Heard.
After she participated in the films in 2009, Emma’s star power truly started to emerge. She was becoming a more respected actress and boosting her value now that, for the most part, her days of television appearances were behind her. She provided the voice of Marmaduke in 2010, a live-action/computer-animated comedy starring William H. Macy and Owen Wilson that made a comfortable $83 million worldwide. She starred alongside Amanda Bynes, Stanley Tucci, and Lisa Kudrow in the teen romantic comedy Easy A the same year, playing the lead role. She made her Hollywood debut in this movie, which grossed $75 million on a $8 million budget and earned her a Golden Globe nomination and the MTV Movie Award for Best Comedic Performance.
Her brief performance in the 2011 sex comedy Friends With Benefits, which also starred Mila Kunis and popular singer Justin Timberlake, gave her a foot in the door for fame in Hollywood. Later, she made an appearance in the $142.9 million-grossing 2011 romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love, which also starred Steve Carrell and Ryan Gosling in humorous roles. At the 2012 Teen Choice Awards, her performance helped her win the Choice Movie Actress – Comedy category. In 2011, she achieved even more success with the movie The Help, starring Jessica Chastain, Ocatvia Spencer, and Viola Davis, which brought in a staggering $216.6 million on a $25 million budget.
It was obvious that Emma was moving and had no plans to stop. Then, in 2013, she provided the voice for yet another computer-animated movie, this time an action comedy called The Croods, which went on to gross an astounding $587.2 million worldwide and inspire a 2020 sequel. Then, in 2013’s action film Gangster Squad, Emma co-starred with a number of notable actors, including Josh Brolin (who plays Thanos), Ryan Gosling, and Nick Nolte. However, one of her most significant film performances was in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), where she played Gwen Stacy, the love interest of Andrew Garfield’s character Peter Parker. The film earned $758 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing film of her career. In the 2014 sequel, she played the same part again.
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Her most recent box office hits include the 2016 Ryan Gosling and platinum-selling musician John Legend romantic musical comedy-drama La La Land, which brought in an astounding $448.9 million on a $30 million budget. Stone received the Best Actress Oscar, Golden Globe, and BAFTA Awards for her leading performance. The black comedy The Favourite (2018), Zombieland: Double Tap (2019), in which she reprised her role alongside the regular cast, and Battle of the Sexes (2017), in which she co-starred with actor Steve Carrell and comedian Sarah Silverman, saw box office earnings of $125.213 million, per The Numbers.
Alongside Nicolas Cage and Ryan Reynolds, Stone returned to voice-over work in the 2020 sequel to The Croods, The Croods: A New Age, which had a box office peak of $214.834. Alongside Emma Thompson, she portrayed Cruella de Vil in the 2021 film Cruella, a remake of The Hundred and One Dalmatians that brought in $225 million worldwide. Stone seems to have accomplished a lot as an actor at the young age of 33.