The NASCAR beauty had her doubts about accepting the gig but said, "This is one of the first things where I said, `You know, let me think about that.’ I just was nervous about doing it, and I kind of wanted to get a few people's opinion: Do you think I can handle this? But they made me feel really comfortable. A few months ago I met with the producers and they said it's going to be easy and you're going to have fun with it. Hopefully they're right."
They’ve been working hard on Cameron Crowe’s next movie in Hawaii, and last night (December 8) Emma Stone and Bill Murray paid a visit to the troops stationed in the Island State.
The “Amazing Spider-Man” babe and the “Groundhog Day” great headed over to the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam’s annual tower lighting celebration to say thank you and make the holidays a little brighter.