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Emma Stone stays in Rhode Island for Woody Allen film

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Actress Emma Stone, who spent the holiday weekend at her pal Taylor Swift’s mansion in Westerly, R.I., stayed in the Ocean State to start filming the new Woody Allen movie in Newport. Crews with the film, which also stars Joaquin Phoenix, were spotted at the Fastnet Pub, which posted some photos of the scene on its Facebook page (left) . . . . Closer to Boston, the adaptation of the Whitey Bulger story “Black Mass” was set to film scenes in Quincy on Monday. According to Deadline.com, actor David Harbour has joined the “Black Mass” cast as disgraced former FBI agent John Morris.

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