Emma Stone Talks How BIRDMAN Was Very Different From Any Of Her Previous Movies

Emma Stone Talks How BIRDMAN Was Very Different From Any Of Her Previous Movies

Emma stone, the 26 year old actor who has starred in many great films, sat down with Deadline.com, and discussed what made the film Birdman different from any other film she's done in her career. Hit the jump to check it out!


In a recent interview with Deadline.com, Emma stone told how filming Birdman was very similar to a Cabaret, and that you could be very free while you were on the set. "Shooting Birdman wasn't typical of making a movie. It was similar to Cabaret in the sense that you had to become incredibly technically aware and your choreography had to be so nailed down that you could then let go of everything and be free." Emma told to Deadline, "Of course, you were doing each scene for a day, instead of the full story all the way through each day."

She then told how Alejandro González, the director for Birdman, use to call her and ask if she felt like she was in the Birdman universe, "Alejandro keeps emailing me asking me if I feel like I'm in Birdman every day, because I'm walking through these hallways of Studio 54. It does feel like Birdman." She then continues, "You couldn't have picked a better movie to make if you had to prepare for theatre, because every other movie has felt very different than what I'm doing right now." Emma Stone, in Birdman, played Riggan's (Michael Keaton) daughter, Sam. Birdman, according to Rotten Tomatoes, has a 93% on the "TOMATOMETER", and has racked up 157 fresh reviews with only 11 Rotten. With that said, Birdman was a pretty great film and the big question is: Where would you rank it on the best film of 2014 list? Sound off below with your thoughts!



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