• Emma Stone’s aspiration is to be a contestant on the trivia show Jeopardy
• She has received nominations for a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance in Poor Things
• Other actors, including Colman Domingo, Bradley Cooper, and Elizabeth Debicki, have also received nominations and shared their gratitude on social media
Here is what happened:
The actress and Oscar winner Emma Stone shared during an appearance on Variety’s Award Circuit Podcast her annual aspiration to be a contestant on the iconic trivia show Jeopardy. Stone revealed that she applies every year in the hopes of being selected to compete, expressing her desire to earn her stripes on the show rather than appearing on Celebrity Jeopardy. She expressed her dedication to achieving this goal by practicing every night and keeping track of how many answers she gets right. Despite her efforts, Stone has yet to be cast on the show.
Stone has also been taking award season by storm, bringing home a Golden Globe for her performance in “Poor Things.” She received another Golden Globes nod and a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for her role in “Poor Things” and “The Curse,” respectively. In her acceptance speech, Stone emphasized how her portrayal of her character allowed her to see life differently and recognize the importance of accepting all aspects of it.
After her nomination for a SAG Award, Stone expressed her excitement and gratitude for the recognition, acknowledging the honor of being recognized by her peers. She also expressed her gratitude to the people she worked with on the film and celebrated the opportunity to work among incredibly talented actors.
The actress also opened up about her character Bella in “Poor Things,” highlighting how the role allowed her to view life in a new light and appreciate the significance of every moment. Stone notably described how the character falls in love with life itself rather than a person, teaching her to embrace the good and the bad equally.
Stone also revisited her memorable role as Bella in her acceptance speech, emphasizing the impact the character had on her and expressing her appreciation for the honor of being nominated. She highlighted that playing the character made her look at life differently and recognize the significance of every experience.
In a statement following her nomination, Stone expressed her gratitude for the recognition from SAG, expressing her disbelief at having the opportunity to work alongside the incredible cast, and acknowledging the impact of the character and her peers on her journey.