Emma Stone in Talks for Woody Allen Film and Broadway Debut

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If all things go according to plan, Emma Stone will be making her Broadway debut come 2014. Following in boyfriend Andrew Garfield‘s footsteps, the Amazing Spider-Man star is in talks for a Great White Way revival. The difference is that Andrew took the stage in Death of a Salesman, while Emma is reportedly up for a role in Cabaret.

According to the The Wrap, the 24-year-old actress “would play Sally Bowles, the American underground club singer whose life and checkered love affairs form the spine of the Weimer Republic-set musical. The character has previously been portrayed — to awards and acclaim — by actresses including Judi Dench, Natasha Richardson and Liza Minnelli.”

So far, the details have yet to be finalized, but the revival is currently tapped for sometime in 2014.

As for other Emma Stone-related goodness, the legendary Woody Allen is said to be casting his next film, and Emma’s a front-runner to play the lead. Deadline reports “Stone is in talks on the film… I expect Stone to close a deal soon.”

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4 Responses to "Emma Stone in Talks for Woody Allen Film and Broadway Debut"

  1. Teen.com
    Gi Gi says:

    Yes please to her making her Broadway debut! Meh on Woody Allen.He’s done some good films but lately he hasn’t been so good.

  2. Teen.com
    Tifah98 says:

    Cant wait till t comes out
    luv u emma!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Teen.com
    Lili says:

    God… we hope not!

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    Sammy says:

    I love Emma Stone!

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