Andrew Garfield's girl has snagged the cover of Australia's Marie Claire.
There's no question that Emma Stone has not only made it in show business, but remained as one of the few Hollywood starlets that have kept away from the drama that fame can sometimes bring, and that's mainly because the 24-year-old actress tries not to let the pressures of Tinsletown get to her.
"For a long time, I didn't get worried about being boxed in," she told the mag. "And then I started thinking about it too much, and then it scared me. And now I'm just trying to let go of it, and realize that whatever my path is going to be, it's going to be. I'm not going to try to control what people think of me."
Stone's also recently made the move from sunny Los Angeles over to New York City, which she thinks was the right decision for a couple reasons. "I really miss my friends in LA a lot and the weather. But my lifestyle is really different in New York. People there work in lots of different industries, whereas in LA everyone is kind of related to entertainment—you know what you're going to get if you go to that city."
Regardless, Stone says that throughout her whole journey of stardom, she doesn't "regret anything, because everything that I've done has got me to where I am now and obviously it couldn't have been any other way, and it wasn't any other way. That's how it happened. So I don't regret a thing, but I've learned. And now I'm trying to grow."