Emma Stone’s Advice to Actors

Emma-Stone-WonderConEmma Stone was at WonderCon this past weekend promoting her upcoming film, The Amazing Spider-Man – which looks freakin great, by the way. 

At one point, they took audience questions and someone asked her what advice she would give to actors; how she became so successful. So, I quickly whipped out my phone and recorded her answer.

“I have Allison Jones, the casting director, to thank for pretty much everything because she put me in Super Bad,” she said.

She goes on to say that, “the only thing worked for me is staying true to myself and not giving up.”

Check it out below!

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