Emma Stone has played down the chances of her forthcoming film 'The Help' winning an Oscar.
'The Help' star Emma Stone has played down the film's chances of winning an Oscar.
The 22-year-old actress - who stars alongside Bryce Dallas Howard, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Mike Vogel and Allison Janney in the forthcoming movie - said she simply wants people to "enjoy" the motion picture first of all before she thinks about winning such a prestigious award.
When asked what she thought about the Oscar buzz surrounding the film, she joked to ET Online: "Is that what that is? I thought that was just a fly? Oh, it's the buzz, that's so interesting.
"It hasn't even come out yet so I hope people just go see the movie and enjoy it."
The film tells the story of the lives of three women - Emma's character Eugenia 'Skeeter' Phelan, who is a college graduate and aspiring writer, as well as Aibileen Clark (Viola) and Minny Jackson (Octavia) in early 1960s' Jackson, Mississippi.