Cameron Crowe recently sat down with Emma Stone for Interview Magazine. During the interview, Emma describes her connection to Coronado. Thanks to Maria Ibarra for the tip!
STONE: We went to Coronado every summer, so I always think of driving over that bridge from San Diego, and then walking down that little strip on the main street, going cosmic bowling at midnight, eating at this 24-hour diner at 3 a.m.—that's summer to me.
CROWE: How did you end up in Coronado?
STONE: Because we lived in Arizona, and if we hadn't gone to Coronado, then my summer would be defined by being in a cold, dark room watching movies. Arizona is the worst place to spend the summer—it's like 125 degrees—so my mom, my brother, and I would go to the beach for two months to escape the heat.
CROWE: So you knew the playhouse in Coronado?
STONE: Yeah, the Lamb's Players Theatre. I went and saw the kids in plays there every summer, but I would also take, like, a weeklong class there. We'd just hang out on the beach and walk around and go to Hotel Del [Coronado], and learn about the ghost of the Hotel Del. You go to Coronado, right?
Read the entire article at Interview Magazine here.
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