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Emma Stone once jealous of Jennifer Lawrence’s success

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Emma Stone once jealous of Jennifer Lawrence’s success

/ 12:26 AM November 23, 2016
In this Nov. 15, 2016, file photo, actress Emma Stone arrives at the 2016 AFI Fest screening of "La La Land" at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. Stone told Vanity Fair for a cover story on Jennifer Lawrence published online in Nov. 2016 and in the magazine's holiday issue that she thought Lawrence was “so great and vibrant and talented” that she would have a negative impact on Stone’s career. AP

In this Nov. 15, 2016, file photo, actress Emma Stone arrives at the 2016 AFI Fest screening of “La La Land” at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. Stone told Vanity Fair for a cover story on Jennifer Lawrence published online in Nov. 2016 and in the magazine’s holiday issue that she thought Lawrence was “so great and vibrant and talented” that she would have a negative impact on Stone’s career. AP

Emma Stone says she was jealous of fellow star Jennifer Lawrence’s early success before the two became friends.

Stone tells Vanity Fair for a cover story on Lawrence that she thought Lawrence was “so great and vibrant and talented” that she would have a negative impact on Stone’s career.

Stone says she soon remembered she and Lawrence are “completely different and there is room for everyone, even if it’s an industry that doesn’t really seem to support that idea up front.”

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Now, she says she and Lawrence “really do love each other and care about each other as people.” She says she knows they’d be friends, even if they didn’t have the same job. TVJ

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