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Emma Stone Wins Her Second Best Actress Oscar for ‘Poor Things’

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The winner of the Best Actress Oscar from the previous year was a universe-hopping laundry owner who, at one point, looked like she had hot dogs for fingers. This year had to start even stranger, of course. Emma Stone won the prize for her role as Bella Baxter in the Yorgos Lanthimos-directed film “Poor Things.” Baxter was once dead but was brought back to life by a crazy scientist who put her unborn child’s brain inside her skull. As a result, a fully developed woman with infantile instincts grows into a child who pushes limits and longs for freedom in a society where males are used to controlling women’s life.

During her award speech,

Emma Stone who was clearly overwhelmed—talked about a chat she had with regular partner Lanthimos.  “Yorgos said to me, ‘Please take yourself out of it,’ the other night when I was panicking, as you can kind of see happens a lot, that maybe something like this could happen.” He was correct, too, as it had nothing to do with me. It is the story of a group that united to create something more powerful than the sum of its individual members. Emma Stone win for best actress is her second. Because the first came from her role as an aspirational Hollywood performer in the 2016 musical “La La Land.” Emma Stone Bella Baxter, set in the whimsical, absurdist universe of “Poor Things,” is endearingly forthright, bold, and determined to be allowed to explore.

One iconic moment takes place at a Portuguese restaurant where Baxter breaks into a frenzied and ridiculous dance. Setting off her partner (Mark Ruffalo) to feverishly attempt to match her enthusiasm, Since In a November interview with The Times, Emma Stone, 35, said, “She’s drinking up the world around her in such a unique and beautiful way that I just dream I could.” Emma Stone career reached a sort of crossroads this past year. When she decided to veer sharply away from the mainstream parts. That helped make her famous (“Easy A,” “The Help”). Emma Stone costarred in the television series The Curse. Which parodied a home restoration show and had small absurdities on par with the duck-headed bulldog. The show appeared Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie.

Emma Stone had a unique actor’s

Playground in Baxter’s unconventional character arc, where her character learnt to walk and talk. Explored her sexuality. Learned about the darkest aspects of humanity, and tried to carve out an adult life for herself. Emma Stone told Vanity Fair, “I felt like I kind of lived with her for a long time.” “Yorgos and I continue to discuss how much we miss her.” The following was corrected on March 10, 2024. The nation where a scene from “Poor Things”. Was set was incorrectly reported in a previous version of this article. Portugal was involved, not Spain.

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