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Even the Greats Have Flaws: Emma Stone Can’t Play the Recorder

Today, Vogue's "73 Questions" series, the web's foremost Dadaist art installation, released their video interview of Emma Stone. As with all "73 Questions" videos, we got a revealing and intimate look at Stone's life: She was influenced by The Jerk, Annie Hall, Hocus Pocus, and Beetlejuice; she wants to have a drink with Victor ... More »
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