November 28, 2022



The Story of Emma Stone's Iconic Crimson Hair in "Superbad," 15 Years Later

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Emma Stone has “Superbad” to thank (or maybe blame) for her now-signature hair colour. In a brand new oral historical past in Vainness Honest timed with the teenager comedy’s fifteenth anniversary, it was revealed that Stone solely dyed her hair pink, which is commonly mistaken to be her pure hair colour, to distinguish her character, Jules, from the opposite romantic lead, Becca, performed by Martha MacIsaac.

Judd Apatow, who produced “Superbad,” stated, “There was a priority that she had the identical colour hair as Martha MacIsaac’s. And I stated, ‘Nicely, perhaps it could possibly be like pink or one thing.’ So we dyed her hair pink, which I believe she had by no means accomplished earlier than.” He added, “And since then, she has cursed me as a result of now folks love her with pink hair and he or she’s needed to dwell with that for lots of her grownup life.”

SUPERBAD, Emma Stone, 2007. Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection

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Stone’s pure hair colour is blond, though through the years, she’s tried all kinds of shades together with copper, chestnut, and strawberry blond. Superstar hairstylist Tracey Cunningham was liable for dyeing Stone’s hair pink for “Superbad” in 2006. Cunningham beforehand informed POPSUGAR, “Considered one of my different favourite reminiscences was when Emma Stone got here to me for ‘Superbad’ and we made her a redhead. It was so stunning. I cherished it.”

The fiery hair colour has caught, nevertheless, and Stone has appeared as a redhead in a number of subsequent movies, most notably “Straightforward A,” “Loopy, Silly, Love,” and “La La Land,” which earned her an Oscar.

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