Emma Watson lets her freckles shine for the new cover of Interview Magazine‘s May 2017 issue, on newsstands May 2.
The 27-year-old Harry Potter alum opened up to fellow actress Jessica Chastain about her career, the idea of being a role model, and more. Check it:
On growing up in the public eye: “It’s one of the things that I struggle with, because the three of us—Dan[iel Radcliffe], Rupert [Grint], and I—were kids when we got cast in this fairy-tale series, and what happened to us was kind of a fantasy story in itself. Outside of the movies. So the story of my life has been of public interest, which is why I’ve been so passionate about having a private identity. When I step into a character, people have to be able to suspend their disbelief; they have to be able to divorce me from that girl. And not having everyone know every single intimate detail of my entire life is part of me trying to protect my ability to do my job well.”
On being a bad liar: “Also, I’m the worst liar ever. I remember trying to get into clubs when I was just about to turn 18. They’d ask my age— and my friends were already in the door, it was not even a big deal—and I was like, ‘I can’t do it.’ It’s terrible. They were like, ‘You’re an actress, what’s wrong with you? Get it together, woman!’”
On being called a role model: “When people call me a role model it puts the fear of god into me, because I feel like I’m destined to fail.?”
For more on Emma, visit InterviewMagazine.com.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets stars Cara Delevingne and Dane DeHaan are on the cover of V107 Space Age issue!
Cara spoke about her audition for the film, doing stunts, and more. Here’s what she shared…
On first meeting with director Luc Besson about the film: “I didn’t know we were meeting about this movie. Even my agents didn’t know it was for this, and it was clear this was a top-secret project. I was just told, ‘Luc wants to have brunch,’ and I said, ‘Great, let’s do it.’ But when we met, he explained it all with such enthusiasm that it was clear he’d been trying to do this for so long and it was a passion project.”
On her audition: “I had to prove myself, but not in a typical audition setting. Luc would say stuff like, ‘Make up a story in your head and describe it to me using no real words, just physicality and random sounds you make up.’ Or, ‘Think of an animal and act it out and I have to guess what animal it is.’”
On doing her own stunts: “When I hear that there’s an option that I can do it instead of a stunt person, I’m always like, ‘Please let me do it! Throw me off the building, I like that!’”
For more from Cara and Dane, visit Vmagazine.com. The mag is on newsstands on May 1!
Ireland Baldwin is all about the patterns on the new cover of Marie Claire Mexico magazine.
The 21-year-old model opened up to the glossy about her career, her famous parents (Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger), and more. Check it:
On being from a famous family: “I knew since I was a young girl that my parents were famous. I still don’t entirely understand fame. I don’t understand how people perceive fame. In my opinion, fame is an achievement. It’s not just an over thing. I don’t even consider myself famous because I haven’t reached all of my goals.”
On her childhood goals: “All I ever dreamed of being as a young girl was a marine biologist or a veterinarian.”
On regrets: “I would have been more patient and took the time to finish school. I wouldn’t have rushed into modeling like I did. I would have studied acting much harder than I did.”
For more on Ireland, visit Marieclaire.com.mx.
This has to be our favorite Rowan Blanchard magazine cover ever!
The Wrinkle in Time actress shared her Love Magazine cover on her social media accounts, freaking out over the fact that she was on the cover of one of her fave mags.
“Okay OMG its out ?!?!?!?!? I seriously cannot believe I’m on the cover of @thelovemagazine by real life legends @alasdairmclellan and @kegrand,” she wrote on Instagram. “I have past issues piled up in my room that I have shrined to and scanned and posted on my wall.”
Rowan adds, “Ever since I discovered fashion I have been endlessly inspired by @kegrand and @alasdairmclellan’s minds and getting to work with them on this cover was an absolute dream and I kinda can’t believe it even happened.”
See the full cover below!
Candice Patton is on fire in this new feature with Vulkan magazine.
The Flash actress opened up about portraying Iris West on the show for so long and what’s ahead for her.
“I think this season; finally, we are seeing her come into her own,’ Candice says, loving that Iris is showing just how big of a part of the team she is. “Seeing her really be a part of the narrative. We are seeing how important she is to Flash and his story as a superhero.”
She adds, “Before, I think we’d lost that or hadn’t quite discovered it yet. We’re just starting to see her purpose and honestly, I feel like there’s so much more to uncover.”
Candice loves playing Iris, too.
“Iris is a joy to play, but I think anything you do for a long period of time will make you want to stretch yourself in a new different way.”
Don’t take that as she’s leaving though. She’s not.
Candice adds, “While I have no desire to say goodbye to Iris anytime soon, I do think it would be creatively fulfilling to try other things as well if I can find the time.”
Read more from Candice in Vulkan.
Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet Stallone get colorful in a photo from their shoot from harper by Harper’s Bazaar‘s May issue, on stands April 25.
The three daughters of Sylvester Stallone – 20-year-old Sophia, 18-year-old Sistine and 14-year-old Scarlet - opened up about acting, their famous family and supporting one another. Check it:
Sophia on the current stage of their Hollywood life: “This is all so new, but we are so close…Sometimes siblings can get into rivalries, but we’ve been nothing but support to one another.”
Sophia on their famous father: “When I was little I used to go through my dad’s phone and take numbers, like Liam Hemsworth.”
Sophia on their future plans in entertainment: “I don’t think any of us have the acting gene.”
Scarlet on the time she tried acting in the 2014 film Reach Me: “I literally just had to say one tiny line, and they had to cut that in half! It was pretty humiliating.”
For more from the Stallone sisters, visit HarpersBazaar.com.
Rowan Blanchard is the cover story for NYLON magazine’s Young Hollywood Issue.
In the interview, Ro is refreshingly honest about how she came to be who she is, how she feels about not being on the Disney Channel any more and what she thinks aobut Taylor Swift not speaking up during the 2016 Presidential election.
Here are the highlights:
On who she credits for her developing feminism and politic awareness: “I really owe everything that I do to teenagers on Tumblr who were considerate enough to teach other people about things -— not like the Susan B. Anthonys, but, like, Adrienne Rich and Angela Davis.”
On how she doesn’t feel pressure to dramatically change her image now that she’s not on the Disney Channel: “I knew the show would end someday, and I didn’t want there to be this weird part where it was like, good girl, good girl, good girl, and then, all of a sudden, bam, she’s going to show her boobs.”
On how proud she is to be cast in her upcoming movie, A Wrinkle in Time: “To be validated like that was very assuring. People hesitate to see me because I was on the Disney Channel and it’s fake acting or whatever.”
So many people — from her Girl Meets World co-star Danielle Fishel to transgender activist Janet Mock — sing Rowan’s praises in this article. You can read the full piece here.
Click inside the photo gallery to see all of Rowan’s NYLON pics…
Kendall Jenner gets her close up on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar magazine’s May 2017 issue.
The 21-year-old model spoke about her love life, her privacy, and more. Here’s what she had to share…
On her love life: “I’m not marrying anyone. I’m not engaged. There’s nothing long-term or serious like that in my life… I’m doing my thing. I’m having fun. I’m being young.”
On attempting to maintain some privacy in her life: “More than the rest of my family, I guess. Just ‘cause I think it’s powerful. Plus, I think people always want what they can’t have. It’s nice to have some mystery.”
On being less of a girly-girl than her famous older sisters, Kourtney, Kim, and Khloé: “I’ve always been the different one. I mean, I’m a girl and I like being a girl, but I’ve just never been into it like they have. I think I get that from my dad. I’d say I’m more of a Jenner than a Kardashian.”
For more from Kendall, visit HarpersBazaar.com.