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Emma Stone: New 'Help' Clip with Allison Janney!

Emma Stone: New 'Help' Clip with Allison Janney!

Emma Stone looks proud as she chats with her on-screen mom, Allison Janney, in this clip from their upcoming movie, The Help.

The 22-year-old actress plays Eugenia “Skeeter” Phelan in the film, which tells the story of hat happens when a southern town’s unspoken code of rules and behavior is shattered by three courageous women who strike up an unlikely friendship.

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The Help also stars Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica Chastain and will be released in theaters on August 10.

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  • Halli

    The book was great but this movie looks like the GLEEification of the era of the civil rights movement. As if not using the bathroom in a white household is the worst thing these people had to go through.

  • callie

    really getting sick of her now.

  • So&So

    These type of civil rights era films/books irritate me b/c it casts white people as the “saviors” of black people in a round bout sort of way. It’s kind of being promoted in a way that will hopefully get mixed audiences but it’s really only doing more ego stroking. I don’t know…

    Emma’s career seems to evolving the way Lindsay’s should have. But she’s kind of overrated.

    Good Luck to everyone involved with this project though especially Viola and Octavia.

  • Nancy


    I hope you read the book and understood the the message the author was trying to send. Because actually, the book does the exact opposite of painting white people as “saviors”. You end up hating most of the white characters in the book because of their superior attitudes towards the maids and their families, especially Hilly Holbrook. And Emma’s character does anything but “save” the black maids. They’re lives only get worse. If anything, the only positive thing that comes out of their actions is the wonderful friendship they form. Whether this was possible or not back then is not for either one of us to judge. We weren’t there. But Kathryn Stockett wrote this book for a reason, and if you read about it, it was definitely NOT to portray the white people as “saviors”.

  • Maria

    I loved the book. I ‘m hoping the movie is just as good. So far I love what i see on the trailer. Great casts… I LOVE Minny in the book , looks like I’m gonna love Minny in the movie too.

  • Lisa

    loved the book to pieces, can’t wait for the movie. thanks for posting this clip.

  • e

    I’m definitely gonna go see it..because Oprah isn’t attached to it.