Emma Stone Filmography All Movies Box Office Numbers

Emma Stone Filmography All Movies Box Office Numbers

Emily Jean “Emma” Stone is an American actress born on November 6, 1988  in Scottsdale, Arizona, to Krista Jean Stone, a homemaker, and Jeffrey Charles Stone, the founder and CEO of a general-contracting company.

Recipient of several accolades, including an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award, and a Golden Globe Award, she was the world’s highest-paid actress in 2017.

Stone appeared in Forbes Celebrity 100 in 2013 and in 2017, she was named by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

Emma gained worldwide recognition as Gwen Stacy in the 2012 superhero film The Amazing Spider-Man and its 2014 sequel.

She went on to voice the lead female character Eep in The Croods (2013) and its 2020 sequel.

Was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for playing a recovering drug addict in the black comedy Birdman (2014), and her Broadway debut came in a revival of the musical Cabaret (2014–2015).

For her performance as an aspiring actress in the romantic musical La La Land (2016), Stone won the Academy Award for Best Actress.

Portrayed Billie Jean King in the biographical sports film Battle of the Sexes (2017) and Abigail Masham in the historical comedy-drama The Favourite (2018), receiving a third Academy Award nomination for the latter.

Emma Stone Filmography All Movies Box Office Numbers

Emma Stone Filmography All Movies Box Office Numbers

FilmRelease DateBudget Domestic BO CollectionWW BO Collection
25The Croods: A New Age25-Nov-20$65,000,000$39,279,465$130,087,465
24Zombieland: Double Tap18-Oct-19 $42,000,000$73,123,082$122,810,399
23The Favourite23-Nov-18 $15,000,000$34,366,783$95,918,706
22Battle of the Sexes22-Sep-17 $25,000,000$12,638,526$18,598,607
21 La La Land7-Dec-16$30,000,000$151,101,803$449,287,645
20Irrational Man17-Jul-15 $11,000,000$4,030,360$27,391,084
18Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)17-Oct-14$18,000,000$42,340,598$103,215,094
17Magic in the Moonlight25-Jul-14 $16,000,000$10,539,326$51,029,361
16 The Amazing Spider-Man 22-May-14$200,000,000$202,853,933$708,982,323
15The Croods15-Mar-13 $135,000,000$187,168,425$587,205,319
14 Movie 4321-Feb-12$6,000,000$8,840,453$32,443,111
13Gangster Squad11-Jan-13 $60,000,000$46,000,903$105,200,903
12The Amazing Spider-Man3-Jul-12 $230,000,000$262,030,663$757,930,663
11The Help10-Aug-11 $25,000,000$169,708,112$216,639,112
10Crazy, Stupid, Love29-Jul-11 $50,000,000$84,351,197$145,051,197
9Friends with Benefits22-Jul-11 $35,000,000$55,802,754$149,542,245
8Easy A16-Sep-10 $8,000,000$58,401,464$75,026,327
7Marmaduke4-Jun-10 $50,000,000$33,644,788$83,761,844
5Paper Man23-Apr-10$13,514$13,514
4Ghosts of Girlfriends Past1-May-09 $37,500,000$55,250,026$102,366,815
3The House Bunny22-Aug-08$25,000,000$48,237,389$70,439,696
2The Rocker20-Aug-08 $15,000,000$6,409,528$8,808,935
1Superbad17-Aug-07 $20,000,000$121,463,226$170,812,526

Highest BO Grossers Of Emma Stone

FilmRelease DateBudget Domestic BO CollectionWW BO Collection
The Amazing Spider-Man3-Jul-12 $230,000,000$262,030,663$757,930,663
The Amazing Spider-Man 22-May-14$200,000,000$202,853,933$708,982,323
The Croods15-Mar-13 $135,000,000$187,168,425$587,205,319
La La Land7-Dec-16$30,000,000$151,101,803$449,287,645
The Help10-Aug-11 $25,000,000$169,708,112$216,639,112
Superbad17-Aug-07 $20,000,000$121,463,226$170,812,526
Friends with Benefits22-Jul-11 $35,000,000$55,802,754$149,542,245

Lowest BO Grossers Of Emma Stone

FilmRelease DateBudget Domestic BO CollectionWW BO Collection
Paper Man23-Apr-10$13,514$13,514
The Rocker20-Aug-08 $15,000,000$6,409,528$8,808,935
Battle of the Sexes22-Sep-17 $25,000,000$12,638,526$18,598,607
Irrational Man17-Jul-15 $11,000,000$4,030,360$27,391,084
Movie 4321-Feb-12$6,000,000$8,840,453$32,443,111
Magic in the Moonlight25-Jul-14 $16,000,000$10,539,326$51,029,361


2018ManiacAnnie Landsberg
2017Saturday Night LiveHerself
2016Maya & MartyHerself
2015Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary SpecialRoseanne Roseannadanna
2015 Saturday Night LiveHerself
2014Saturday Night LiveGwen Stacy
201230 RockHerself
2011Robot ChickenVarious voices
2010–19Saturday Night LiveHerself (host)
2007DriveViolet Trimble
2006The Suite Life of Zack & CodyIvana Tipton (voice)
2006Lucky LouieShannon
2005MediumCynthia McCallister
2005Malcolm in the MiddleDiane
2004The New Partridge FamilyLaurie Partridge

Disclaimer: The Box Office Data are compiled from various sources and by our own research. These data can be approximate and Hollywood Filmography does not make any claims about the authenticity of the data

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