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With her striking beauty and sincere talent, Golden Globe nominated actress EMMA STONE (Gwen Stacy) is claiming her role as one of Hollywood's most sought out actresses.

Stone also recently wrapped production for Warner Bros.' Gangster Squad, starring opposite Sean Penn and Ryan Gosling. The film, set in 1949, portrays the take down of LA gangster Mickey Cohen. Directed by Ruben Fleischer, the film is slated for release this fall.

Stone recently signed on to executive produce and star in GK Films' Little White Corvette. This marks Stone's first role as a producer.

Stone was most recently seen in DreamWorks' The Help. The film grossed $203,410,672 worldwide and received numerous award nominations including: Academy Awards®, Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild, Critics' Choice, Producers Guild of America, National Board of Review, BAFTA and the AFI, as well as winning Best Ensemble for the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Stone lent her voice to the DreamWorks Animation comedy The Croods along with Ryan Reynolds and Nicholas Cage. The Croods is about a prehistoric society in which one man's leadership is threatened by new inventions such as fire. This film is slated for release next spring.

Last year, Stone earned rave reviews and a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award winning comedy, Easy A. She won the 2011 MTV Movie Award for Best Comedic Performance for her role in the film. Stone and writer/director/producer Will Gluck will soon team up together to develop another comedy with Screen Gems.

Stone's additional film credits include the romantic comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love, Screen Gems' Friends with Benefits, the independent drama Paperman, the Twentieth Century Fox animated comedy, Marmaduke, Columbia Pictures' hit comedy Zombieland, the Warner Brothers romantic comedy Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, the Columbia Pictures/Happy Madison hit comedy, The House Bunny, Twentieth Century Fox's The Rocker and Columbia Pictures' Judd Apatow comedy Superbad.

Native of Arizona, Stone currently splits her time between New York and LA.

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