With her new movie The Amazing Spider-Man having just made its theatrical debut, Emma Stone is riding on a wave of success.
Emma has thrown herself into the worldwide promotions for the new movie with a feature included in the July/August 2012 issue of GQ Spain.
The 22-year-old actress showed off her enviable figure in the Matthias Vriens-McGrath shot spread lining the magazine’s pages while talking about how she prefers to enjoy the here and now rather than getting caught up in planning ahead.
Emma told GQ that she prefers to go through life knowing what she does not want, rather than focusing on what she does want: “It doesn’t matter if you do not know what you want in life or what steps you should follow provided you have a very clear idea on what you do not want.”
Emma also said that she is a big believe in living in the moment: “The truth is I do not waste time making absurd assumptions about this and that, or about what my life will be like ten years from now, as I prefer to enjoy what I am experiencing [in the moment].”
Emma also approached the subject of new boyfriend Andrew Garfield playing Spider-Man: “Spider-Man is a different hero, an orphan who has suffered greatly.”