Emma Stone is currently covering the February issue of Glamour UK while beginning the promotion for her films, ‘The Croods’ and 'The Gangster Squad'. In the interview, Stone opens up about her body, paparazzi, fashion, and possibly writing scripts.
When talking about the paparazzi, Stone says, “It's weird in L.A.- they're hiding out everywhere. The hardest thing is that it makes me act like an a**hole because I now have this weird level of paranoia that I never had before. It feels like having a private investigator on you or something - you find yourself walking around holding your head up like you're looking in the mirror - and your friends are wondering what's wrong with you." Stone also speaks about her body, saying, “Everyone has parts of their body that they dislike, but I'm not going to lost any sleep over them."
Stone is already a major actress and delving into producing, but will she ever write screenplays? She says, “I'd really love to do that. Particularly because there just aren't enough roles for funny women out there. But I self-edit so badly that I'd have to get past the voice in my head first."
Stone also spoke about being named one of the ‘Best Dressed’ of 2012, saying, “[Being named 'Best Dressed'] was just hilarious. I mean, I have a stylist, and she's the voice of reason behind anything I've worn on the red carpet over the past few years. She knows that I won't dress like a fairy princess, wear a lot of glitter or anything that makes me look like a Victorian doll. If I could wear those things and not look like Dakota Fanning when she was eight, maybe, but I just don't look good on them."