The Kirsten Dunst-ification of Emma Stone continues with starring role in Cameron Crowe's next movie
Suggesting that Emma Stone is currently reliving Kirsten Dunst's mid-'00s career arc, Stone will similarly follow a co-starring role in a Spider-Man movie by signing on to Cameron Crowe's next, as-yet-untitled film—perhaps redundantly noted as a "love story" by Deadline. The article also claims that "the tone is reminiscent of past Crowe films Almost Famous and Jerry Maguire," which is certainly preferable to comparing them to more recent, likely more relevant projects such as Elizabethtown and We Bought A Zoo. (Just ask this film's inevitable "From the director of…" marketing campaign.) Little else is known about the movie that could finally push the limits of America's love affair with Stone, though it is expected that it will be full of earnest dialogues and carefully cultivated Eddie Vedder and Tom Petty songs.