Emma Stone Movies: 12 Greatest Films Ranked Worst to Best – Gold Derby

Emma Stone is an Oscar-winning actress who has enjoyed three Academy Awards nominations in her career. Let’s take a look back at 12 of her best films, ranked worst to best.
Stone began acting at an early age, making television appearances as a teenager in such shows as “Medium,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” and “Lucky Louie.” She transitioned to film with a prominent role in the high school sex romp “Superbad” (2007). Just three years later, she was competing at the Golden Globes as Best Comedy/Musical Actress for her lead role in “Easy A” (2010).
It took four more years for Stone to reap her first Oscar bid: Best Supporting Actress for “Birdman” (2014). She may have lost to Patricia Arquette (“Boyhood”), but the groundwork was set for her eventual victory in Best Actress for the musical “La La Land” (2016).
Many expected Stone to return to the Best Actress race the very next year for portraying tennis pro Billie Jean King in “Battle of the Sexes” (2017), and though she reaped a Golden Globe bid, she was snubbed at the Oscars. Her role as an ambitious servant who seeks to charm a mad queen (Olivia Colman) in “The Favourite” put her back in the supporting actress category alongside co-star Rachel Weisz, who, funny enough, plays her chief rival for the queen’s affections (Colman won in lead).
Tour through our photo gallery of Stone’s 12 best movies, and see if your favourite made the cut.
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