Does Emma Stone Smoke Weed?

Emma Stone is an actor most famous for her roles in “La La Land”, “Superbad”, and “The Help”. Before Stone became the Oscar winning actor she is today, she was performing at a young age as part of the Valley Youth Theater. Stone made her stage debut in a production of “The Wind in the Willows”, and continued performing as part of the theater until she decided to move to Los Angeles. According to Stone, she made a PowerPoint presentation entitled “Project Hollywood”, in an attempt to persuade her parents to allow her to move to Los Angeles. Her pitch was persuasive enough, because Stone then moved to Los Angeles where she spent her days auditioning. Stone got her first break in 2004 with the VHI reality show “In Search of the Partridge Family”, which led to a number of smaller TV roles. She then moved to film, where she found her breakthrough role in “Superbad” alongside Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, and Seth Rogen. This role led Stone to land her first leading role in the teen comedy “Easy A”, which established her as a star. Now, Stone recently starred alongside Steve Carell in “Battle of the Sexes” right after winning an Oscar for her performance in “La La Land”.

According to Andrew Garfield, he had one of the best days of his life when he celebrated his birthday with Emma Stone, friends, and pot brownies, “We went to Disneyland. We ate pot brownies. It was literally heaven… It was wild. It was one of the best days of my life. It really was.” Each person in the group had their own super high moment, for most of them it was while they were in Fantasyland, "We were walking through Fantasyland and there was a song that was playing coming out of the trees, and we were all doing this—dancing through—and I think at one point we all started looking around going, 'We're all doing the same dance. How did this happen?'"


Rock icon David Crosby is not one to mince words - even when criticizing himself, which is a recurring theme in the new documentary 'David Crosby: Remember My Name.' And he's just as unapologetically candid when the cameras are off, I learned after chatting with Crosby over the phone to discuss the premiere of the doc, which opens this weekend (July 19) in New York and Los Angeles. So far, the doc has received excellent reviews from critics who find his frankness refreshing in an age when so many public figures are afraid to go off script and drop their filters. "Nobody does that anymore," Crosby told Civilized.

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