By 2007, Stone had appeared on several television shows, including the short-lived drama "Drive." But it was her film debut in the blockbuster comedy Superbad (2007) that put her on the map with audiences. She followed that success with supporting turns in The House Bunny (2008) and Zombieland (2009).
Stone snagged a Golden Globe nomination with her first true leading role in the teen comedy Easy A (2010), a modern tale about teenage love inspired by the classic novel The Scarlet Letter.
While pursuing showbiz fame, jazz pianist Sebastian falls for aspiring actress Mia, and the two embark on an intense love affair. But as their separate paths of ambition force them to make tough choices, their relationship starts to fray.