Emma Stone on her love of tacos and Andrew Garfield
Emma Stone is seemingly on top of the world, currently starring in three major movies and donning dozens of magazine covers, but the quirky actress has even bigger aspirations and they include Mexican food.
"I have dreams of being a producer, being behind a camera, eating seven tacos for every meal, and making movies that affect people the way they affect me. I don't even need to be in them," Stone told Teen Vogue in their September issue.
Stone has cemented herself as the summer's hottest actress, appearing opposite Ryan Gosling in "Crazy, Stupid, Love," dumping Justin Timberlake in "Friends with Benefits" and starring in the movie adaptation of the best-selling novel "The Help."
She will also play Peter Parker's blonde love interest Gwen Stacy in "The Amazing Spider-Man," opposite her rumored boyfriend, "The Social Network" actor Andrew Garfield. Though she didn't confirm a relationship, the 22-year-old actress had high praises for her co-star.
"Andrew is one of the most giving actors I've ever worked with," Stone said. "If I needed to get to a place of love or sadness in a scene, he'd leave messages on my phone to replay, or slip in lines off camera for a different reaction than what was scripted. He gave me so much to react to."
Stone recently promoted the film, which is slated for release on July 3, 2012, at San Diego Comic-Con, which was one of the highlights of her summer.
"It's my favorite place; I'm dead serious," Stone said. "Don't you find people who are passionate about something - it doesn't matter what it is, unless it's like, murder - kind of amazing?"
When she was 15 years old, Stone used a PowerPoint presentation to convince her parents to let her drop out of her Arizona high school and move to Los Angeles so she could pursue an acting career.
Stone rose to fame with the teen comedy films "Superbad" in 2007 and "Easy A" in 2010, which earned her a Golden Globe nomination.
Stone appears next in "The Help," which hits theaters on August 10. Watch a trailer below.