Emma Stone won two Golden Globe awards on Sunday. She got the Best Film Actress award for her role in “Poor Things” and also won as a producer when the movie was named the best picture in a musical or comedy.
Speaking at an event on Monday, she mentioned that her new awards will be going back to her home in New York. She joked that they might be on an airplane, scared and confused, but she hoped they were okay.
In “Poor Things,” Stone worked again with director Yorgos Lanthimos and writer Tony McNamara, whom they previously collaborated with on the Oscar-winning film “The Favourite.”
In “Poor Things,” Stone plays Bella Baxter, a woman who gets a fresh start in life through an experimental procedure but discovers both the wonders and dangers of the world and her sexual awakening.
During the awards ceremony, Stone thanked her husband, Dave McCary, and also expressed gratitude to her castmates and the crew. She thanked her writer, Tony, for their third collaboration and playfully mentioned horrifying him with her Australian accent. She expressed deep gratitude to director Lanthimos for allowing her to play Bella.
“Poor Things” is currently showing in theaters, and the season 1 finale of “The Curse” airs on Sunday at 10pm on Showtime.