Woody Allen Thinks Emma Stone Is 'Going to Be the Biggest Female Star in America'

Like everyone else in America, Woody Allen is enchanted with Emma Stone.

The filmmaker, 79, has tapped Stone to star in two of his movies – last year’s Magic in the Moonlight and now, Irrational Man – and opens up about her charm.

PEOPLE and EW Exclusive: See Emma Stone Crush on Joaquin Phoenix in the Irrational Man Trailer

Joaquin Phoenix: 'My Mom Can Boogie' (VIDEO)

Joaquin Phoenix: Why I Lie During Talk Shows

Don’t believe everything you hear celebrities say on talk shows. Particularly if that celebrity is Joaquin Phoenix.

Joaquin Phoenix Rallies Celebs to Protest Walmart's Pig 'Cruelty'

The pigs waiting to be turned into pork products sold at Walmart have some famous new allies in Hollywood – and it’s all thanks to Joaquin Phoenix and his friends at Mercy for Animals.

Joaquin Phoenix Opens Up About His Childhood in a Cult – and His Loopy Letterman Appearance

Joaquin Phoenix knows a thing about cult followings – and not just the Hollywood fandom kind.

In the December issue of Playboy, which hits newsstands Friday, the actor opens up about his family’s involvement in the Children of God religious group during the ’70s – a topic, he says, that still has the public intrigued.

Reviewing the New York Film Festival: Whiplash, Birdman, Foxcatcher & 4 More Worth Seeing

People Picks editors Tom Gliatto and Steven J. Snyder have been binging on movies at the New York Film Festival, now at the city’s Lincoln Center through Oct. 12.

Here are seven notable highlights from this year’s official slate.

1. 1. Whiplash (Now in limited release)

All Grown Up: Ron Howard's Parenthood Cast 25 Years Later

Family: You can’t live with ‘em, you can’t live without ‘em – so you might as well make a movie about them. That’s exactly what Ron Howard did with Parenthood, which hit theaters on August 2, 1989.

Joaquin Phoenix Has a Second, Upside-Down Face on His Forehead (VIDEO)

2013’s Her has many surprising Easter eggs, but it took a group of renegade viewers to find its biggest secret, which turned out to have been hidden in plain sight all along.

If you look closely, Joaquin Phoenix’s Theodore Twombly has a second face that lives upside-down above his regular face.


Why Joaquin Phoenix Wants You to Help Change the Lives of 20 Teens

Twenty teenagers are heading to a transformative week-long camp – and Joaquin Phoenix is asking for your help in creating a documentary to share their story.

Teaming up with Be More Heroic and The River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding, Phoenix, 39, is working to raise $40,000 to produce a film that will follow the journey of teenagers from across the country as they attend CAMP MORE.