“It’s such a fun job, and it can be silly and light and about making people laugh. I think I was doing it a disservice by thinking it’s not something ultimately important. I always was saying, ‘I’m not saving lives; I’m not a brain surgeon.’ And that’s true—I’m not saving anyone from any life-threatening illnesses. But I get to tell stories, and that’s a pretty important task.”–Emma Stone pats herself on the back on the newest cover of Vogue for her oh-so-immense contribution to society.
Do you think ES had it right the first time–should a doctor be living the A-list life instead of her?