Video: Emma Stone Predicts the Future in an Interview

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The actress, who plays a psychic medium in her new movie 'Magic in the Moonlight', shows her psychic ability during an interview for the Woody Allen-directed flick.
Emma Stone shows that she can predict the future in an interview promoting her new flick "Magic in the Moonlight". Speaking to MTV News, the actress who plays a psychic medium in the flick was asked if she had supernatural ability just like her character.

"Do you have any psychic powers yourself?" the interviewer, Josh Horowitz, asked. "100 percent, and I know what you're thinking right now," she replied. "What am I thinking?" Horowitz responded, to which she answered, "...And yes, but not in that way."

Another question asked by Horowitz was the biggest movie in the U.S. next year. "Next summer...What do you think?" the 25-year-old star replied. "It's probably a safe bet to go with 'Avengers'," he said and Stone agreed with him.

In the funny clip, she also claimed that the trend food next year would be Spam. "We're going to see Spam making a real comeback. It's time for a little grilled spam food truck mash up," she said.

In another interview with The Daily Beast, Stone talked about how she annoyed her co-star Colin Firth by live-texting the plot of "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason". "I've seen 'Love Actually' about 18 times. I've seen Bridget Jones too many times now. You were so upset with me! I live-texted Colin the plot of 'Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason' a few months back while I was watching it. You were very upset with me, if I remember correctly. I talked him through what he was doing," she shared.

"She's talking through my back catalog via text!" the 53-year-old actor, who plays an illusionist named Stanley in the Woody Allen-directed flick, replied with a joke. "I might decide to not revisit stuff in the past, and then you get a good friend saying, 'Oh, when you were doing this you had this and that expression on your face.' "

"Magic in the Moonlight" is set to hit U.S. theaters on July 25. In addition to Stone and the British actor, the comedy stars Hamish Linklater and Marcia Gay Harden among others.

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