While she keeps her personal life private, Emma Stone doesn't mind talking about her girl crush. When asked about the matter during an interview for the new issue of The Advocate, the Gwen Stacy of "The Amazing Spider-Man" is quick to name Christina Hendricks.
"It's a no-brainer," Emma told writer Brandon Voss. "Everything about her does it for me. That's my kind of woman." Still, the actress playing Olive Penderghast in "Easy A" insisted that she doesn't have a girlfriend. She did, however, add, "But who knows? You love who you love."
During the chat, the 22-year-old beauty also opened up that she wouldn't mind getting a lesbian role in the future. "Send me over a good script. That sounds amazing," she said. On question which gay star she would play in a biopic, she replied, "Can I play a man? Anthony Perkins would be interesting, because it was kind of a secret thing."
Speaking of her being secretive about her personal life, Emma explained, "I've tried to figure out how to be honest and totally myself while not giving away those things that are most sacred to me. I'm afraid that if I ever expose those parts of my life, it will just open up a floodgate of more speculation. So I don't ever want to talk about relationships or family in interviews. "