Kieran Culkin Opens Up About Reunion with Ex-Girlfriend Emma Stone in ‘A Real Pain’
Kieran Culkin in his recent interview with E! News shared his experience during the filming of his latest movie
Kieran Culkin in his recent interview with E! News shared his experience during the filming of his latest movie “A Real Pain.” Especially working with his Ex-Girlfriend Emma Stone, Kieran Culkin and Emma Stone used to date back to 2010 to 2011, but reunited professionally with Stone serving as a producer and Culkin playing the lead role of a man traveling to Poland after his grandmother’s passing.
Despite their past relationship, Culkin shared positive sentiments about working with Stone describing her as a “really wonder person.” He said he is comfortable working with people he is familiar with instead of all new people.
Culkin acknowledged that he was unfamiliar with co-star and director Jesse Eisenberg, But Stone’s presence on set made him comfortable and he expressed his sense of relief due to support from producers makes the actor fulfill his duties more effectively
Culkin and Stone first met on the set of “Paper Man” in 2009, when they were romantic relationship started, Despite their breakup which usually causes ugly and tension, the couple remained humble to stay in touch, and even worked together in the 2013 film “Movie 43” and have been attending events together. Both have since moved on romantically, with Culkin Marrying Jazz Charton and having two kids with her and Stone Marrying McCary in 2020.
Reflecting on their past, Culkin Mentions it feels funny after hearing the term “ex” when referring to stone. In a Rolling Stone interview, he shared that he and Stone are really good friends and Stone is her wife’s friend as well. The Pair recently reunited at the Critics’ Awards, where Culkin won Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for “Succession,” and Stone won best Actress for her role in “Poor Things,” earning Double Oscar Nominations for acting and producing.
Overall, Culkin’s positive outlook on working with his ex-girlfriend in a professional capacity emphasizes their amicable relationship and successful collaboration on “A Real Pain.”