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Emma Stone To Be Woody Allen's Next Leading Lady?!

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It’s no secret that Woody Allen has had several female muses over the years, some of which he’s even bedded (ahem, Diane Keaton, Mia Farrow, etc).

But could Emma Stone be the new leading lady in his latest film venture?!

Yep! It is being reported that Woody has begun casting and that Emma is close to closing a deal very, very soon. This would be AH-mazing! What’s more? The film could be shot in the South of France!

The HIGHlarious satirist and filmographer has just finished work on his movie Blue Jasmine, starring Cate Blanchett — set to air later this year — while the beautiful Spiderman 2 actress is slated to work on a few different productions already.

We’re SO excited about this potential pairing! Let’s hope busy schedules and financial clauses don’t get in the way!

[Image via Andres Otero/Joseph Marzullo/WENN.]

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4 comments to “Emma Stone To Be Woody Allen's Next Leading Lady?!”

  1. Delta Hilton says – reply to this


    Well, we all know what a woman has to do to get the lead in a Woody Allen movie, seems like an ugly price to pay to be in a bad movie, but if she's happy with it…

  2. Gross says – reply to this


    Ewwww. Don't do it Emma!

  3. Ashley says – reply to this


    Wow it amazes me that Hollywood continues to support this pervert.
    And ewwww at the women who have to be his love interest. Yikes I hope it's one hell of a pay day - think of those old icky balls rubbing up against you. And that face! Omg.

  4. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Sorry, never cared for his movies, only two I saw which were not bad were Annie Hall (my husband walked out and waited in the lobby for me) and Hannah and her Sisters.