07/25/2011 08:05 am ET Updated Sep 24, 2011

Emma Stone Gets An Easy A On Our Pop Quiz

Emma Stone, who first captured audiences' attention with a scene-stealing appearance in 2007's "Superbad," stars in three of this summer's most anticipated movies: "Crazy, Stupid, Love," "The Help" and "Friends With Benefits" (plus, one of next summer's: "The Amazing Spider-Man"). In honor of her forthcoming films, Stone spoke with us about her pop-cultural proclivities.

What was your first record purchase?
TLC's CrazySexyCool

What's the last song you downloaded?
"I Want You," by Bob Dylan

If you had to be stranded with only one DVD, what would it be?
The only movie I can watch on a loop, over and over, is "Help," the Beatles movie. It's so funny and irreverent and great.

What's the first R-rated movie you saw?
"The Shawshank Redemption"

What movie character do you most relate to?
A mix between Cameron Frye and Ferris Bueller, if they had a baby -- their two personalities enmeshed.

What TV reruns do you never turn off?
"The Brady Bunch"

What was your first cultural experience?
I came from Phoenix, Arizona, which isn't really known as a multicultural hub, so, coming to New York for the first time when I was 7 and seeing live theater and just being in New York. "Les Mis" was the first play I ever saw. I was just hooked, I loved it so much.

What do you think of reality TV?
Well, I do enjoy some reality programs, like the "Real Housewives of New York City."

If you could revive one cancelled TV show, what would it be?
"Huff," on Showtime. Incredible show.

What's your musical guilty pleasure?
Miranda Cosgrove. I don't think that's a guilty pleasure, though. I think it's just great music.

What's the next movie you plan to watch?
I really want to see "Gilda," the Rita Hayworth movie. And I just downloaded "Singin' in the Rain" on iTunes.

What movie ending would you like to rewrite?
My favorite thing about movies is the ending and so all my favorite movies have really great endings. But, I wish the end of "Garden State" was different -- that he had left and we were left thinking "I'm not sure what happened here." I wish he didn't come back, and they're like "We'll figure it out." That felt a little off base.

What actor would you want to play you in a biopic?
Lauren Bacall

What was your worst cultural experience?
Being in the South and witnessing racism firsthand.

On a scale from 1 to 10 (lowbrow to highbrow) how would you
rate yourself?

A 5. There's stuff that I really like that would be considered highbrow. But for the most part it's pretty lowbrow, too.

What was the first movie you snuck out to see?
"Mars Attacks!" I was 10 and it was a PG-13 movie. "Mars Attacks!" scared the shit out of me -- I was terrified.