Emma Stone will soon make her very first foray into the world of CGI with DreamWorks' caveman comedy The Croods, and the starlet tells ET that the project got her animated in every sense of the word.
"I didn't really realize that there was going to be so much movement playing an animated character," laughs Stone about lending her voice to adventurous teen cavegirl Eep in the film. "It was pretty fun."
In fact, Eep's rambunctious zest for life made accepting the role, opposite Nicolas Cage and Ryan Reynolds, a no-brainer for the actress.
"I liked her rebellion and I liked her strength physically," said Stone, who adds that she was especially impressed by Eep "being able to physically pull people over her shoulder" as cave people are apt to do. "There's a lot I could relate to about her."
Watch the video for more from Emma Stone and her co-star Nicolas Cage, who play's the Crood family's over-protective patriarch.
Catherine Keener, Clark Duke and Cloris Leachman also star in the family-friendly film, in theaters March 22.