“Why Emma Stone was the Perfect Fit for La La Land: Emma Watson Shares Insights on Best Actress Oscar Winner’s Performance”

Emma Stone received the top honor in the film industry for her outstanding singing and dancing skills in La La Land. Interestingly, Emma Watson was initially considered for the same role but chose to star in Beauty and the Beast instead. Recently, the British actor shared her reasons for picking the Disney production, which she stated in a very diplomatic manner. Check out the video below for more details.

Scheduling conflicts: Emma Watson has finally revealed why she made the decision to star in Beauty And The Beast instead of La La Land

Emma Watson has explained her reasons for choosing to star in Beauty And The Beast instead of La La Land. At a Town Hall event in New York, the actress addressed rumours about her initial involvement with Damien Chazelle’s hit movie, revealing that she had been considered for the role that eventually went to Emma Stone. However, Emma Watson clarified that there was no animosity surrounding the decision, explaining that scheduling conflicts prevented her from taking the part. She also commented on the tendency for names to be associated with movies before anything is finalised, simply as a way of generating excitement.

Fabulous: Emma Stone won the highest accolade in the movie world for her all-singing, all-dancing performance in La La Land 

Amazing: Emma Stone received the ultimate recognition in the film industry for her remarkable singing and dancing skills showcased in the movie La La Land.

It's true: The star confessed that she had originally been down for the role for which Emma Stone garnered so much acclaim

Yes, it’s a fact: The celebrity admitted that she initially auditioned for the part that Emma Stone eventually received accolades for.

Candid: During a Town Hall event in New York with Entertainment Weekly Radio SiriusXM , Emma discussed her original involvement with Damien Chazelle's box office smashing film

Emma shared some interesting insights about her early involvement with Damian Chazelle’s highly successful movie during a town hall event in New York with Entertainment Weekly Radio SiriusXM.

Sad times: Emma, who had been committed to Bill Condon's Beauty and the Beast for years, just did not feel she could fulfil the requirements of both performances

Emma, who had been dedicated to starring in Bill Condon’s Beauty and the Beast for quite some time, unfortunately came to the realization that she would not be able to meet the demands of both roles. The talented actress felt that the extensive horse training, dancing, and three months of singing required of her would prove to be too much to handle. Moreover, she knew that she needed to be present in London to give it her best shot. Emma recognized that this was not a project she could simply dive into, as it necessitated a great deal of hard work and commitment. Regrettably, due to scheduling conflicts, she was unable to make it work.

Angry: Back in August 2015 Miles Teller, who starred in Whiplash, the movie which propelled Chazelle to greatness, told Esquire he was ditched in favour of Ryan Gosling

In 2015, Miles Teller, known for his role in “Whiplash,” claimed in an Esquire interview that he had been replaced by Ryan Gosling in Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land.” Despite the success of the film, rumors about the original casting still lingered. Chazelle addressed this, explaining that the film’s casting went through many changes over the six years it took to make. At one point, Emma Watson and Miles Teller were set to star, but things didn’t work out. Chazelle acknowledged the ups and downs of the film’s production, including moments where it almost didn’t happen.

Young star: Hyper successful 32-year-old director Damien Chazelle has already been forced to address rumours around his original casting for the universally acclaimed movie

At just 32 years old, the highly successful director Damien Chazelle has had to face speculation regarding the initial casting decisions for his widely praised film.

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