Emma Stone Reportedly Eying 'Spider-Man' & '21 Jump Street' Reboots
Is Emma Stone about to be caught in a web and go undercover in high school? The actress is reportedly being considered for major roles in the “Spider-Man” and “21 Jump Street” franchise reboots.
According to Variety, the “Easy A” star has been added to the coveted list of actresses reportedly being considered for one of the two female leads in the Marvel super hero movie. The list also reportedly includes “The Blind Side’s” Lily Collins, “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’s” Teresa Palmer and “The Kids Are All Right” star Mia Wasikowska.
In addition to possibly starring opposite new Spider-Man Andrew Garfield, the 21-year-old star is also reportedly being eyed for the “21 Jump Street” big screen reboot of the ‘80’s television series, for which she could potentially reunite with “Superbad” co-star Jonah Hill, who is writing the script.
A rep for Sony told Access Hollywood.com, they have “no comment, as no decisions have been made.” A rep for the actress was not immediately available for comment.
In addition to currently being seen on the big screen in “Easy A,” Emma is slated to star in the upcoming “Friends With Benefits” with Justin Timberlake, slated to hit theaters in July 2011 and “The Help” with Viola Davis and Bryce Dallas Howard – due to hit the big screen April 2011.
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