Paparazzi are a daily annoyance for most celebrities — but if you have to deal with them, why not make them work for you? When Amazing Spider-Man stars Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield spotted a group of photographers waiting for them in New York City this morning, they decided to use all the attention to promote a few of their favorite charities:
"Good morning!" reads a sign, carried by Stone over her face, that was snapped by a number of photographers. "We were eating and saw a group of guys with cameras outside. And so we thought, let's try this again. We don't need the attention, but these wonderful organizations do."
Another sign, carried by Garfield lists the websites of four charities: Youth Mentoring Connection, Autism Speaks, Worldwide Orphans, and the New York-based chapter of Gilda's Club. The latter two organizations were also promoted by the couple in 2012, when they used the same trick.