Zoey Deutch talks health and fitness in this new Teen Vogue feature!
The 18-year-old Beautiful Creatures star opens up about her workout regimen, what music gets her pumped up, and setting realistic goals.
On her go-to workout playlist: “[Kanye West's] music is the only thing that gets me through that hundredth sit-up!”
On learning to love the gym: “I never thought I would become that person who loves working out. It sucks while you’re doing it, but the second you finish, it’s like, Wow, I feel great! I’m stronger and much more confident.”
On finding the right balance: “I’m not going to give up salt and sugar because I want to look like Adriana Lima. But I am going to work out to make myself feel good in my own body.”
Robbie Amell is smoldering in this new feature for August Man Malaysia‘s June 2013 issue.
The 25-year-old Tomorrow People actor opened up to the glossy about what he does in his free time, what kinds of movies he likes, and how he started acting. Check it:
On his hobbies: “I’m obsessed with cars and love sports (especially hockey). I have a beautiful girlfriend of five years and we have two small dogs… very small. I am very close with my family, and I play a LOT of golf.”
On his favorite films: “I’m a fan of all types of movies, all different genres. I guess I prefer darker and R-rated comedies to slapstick or goofy comedies. Somebody like Robert Downey, Jr. is hilarious, but you don’t feel like he’s trying to be funny.”
On how and when he started acting: “I grew up playing hockey in Toronto until I was 17. My mom got me into commercials and print work when I was young, but hockey took up so much time that I hadn’t been to an audition in three years. My agent called me with my first ever movie audition for Cheaper by the Dozen 2. I booked it, quit hockey, and became an actor.
Jared Kusnitz runs his hand through his hair in this photo from his feature in Glamoholic magazine‘s May 2013 issue!
The 24-year-old actor opened up to the mag about working on Underemployed for MTV, roles he would like to play next, and more! Check it:
On being cast on Underemployed by MTV: “I was so humbled that I got to join the MTV family. Underemployed was one of the best summers of my life. I was out on location in Chicago for 3 and a half months making a great television show with great people.”
On roles he would like to play next: “I’d love to play a crazy character and develop some cool ticks that he might have and leave a lasting impression on audiences. I love hearing people say ‘I didn’t know you could do that!’ Human psychology fascinates me so bring on a role that requires me to study that and I’ll be a happy camper.”
Douglas Booth graces the cover of Clash magazine‘s 2013 Film Issue, which is on newsstands in Cannes, France and the United Kingdom now!
The 20-year-old Romeo and Juliet star opened up to the mag about former co-star Miley Cyrus, competing for roles in Hollywood, and working with Hailee Steinfeld. Check it:
On competing with Hollywood’s young male elite for the part of Romeo: “You’re never really aware of that because you just come in, do your own thing and that’s it. There was no sitting in a waiting room with the other 300 actors.”
On the rumours of having dated LOL co-star Miley Cyrus: “She’s so ridiculously famous that I knew when I took the job that there would be these rumours. It’s not particularly interesting because whoever she makes a movie with, there’s going to be rumours that she’s dating him. It’s a given.”
On Hailee Steinfeld as Juliet: “Hailee’s got such an understanding of her craft, but she’s also got a sense of innocence about it. This is just her second movie, which I thought was insane. If I was this good when I was doing my second movie I’d be laughing.”
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On the Spice Girls: “When we met the Spice Girls, Emma Bunton told us to keep being friends because that’s the connection fans love you for.” (Jade)
On 1D’s advice: “I asked the boys from One Direction how to make it in America and they basically said: ‘Be yourself and you can’t go wrong. People know when you’re trying to be someone you’re not. Just be true to who you are.’ So that’s what we’ve been doing!” (Leigh-Anne)
Carly Rae Jepsen wears a sheer pink button down while gracing the cover of Glamoholic magazine’s May 2013 issue!
The 27-year-old singer, wearing a Tsemaye Binitie top, opened up about her breakout year, new single and summer tour! Check it:
On collaborating with Nicki Minaj on the “Tonight I’m Getting Over You” remix: “I was looking for sort of embodiment of everything confident and powerful that other women have to offer and Nicki Minaj was just that perfect person and I’m very, very pleased with how it turned out.”
On her 9 Billboard Music Awards nominations: “I feel extremely flattered! It was an amazing surprise! I think I found out the day when I was in Canada seeing my family and friends. We all kind of discovered the news together so it was really, really exciting for us. My family and everybody knows exactly how long that I have been dreaming of this and working hard at it. So, it’s really exciting to see things like that happen.”
On her upcoming summer tour: “Opening for Justin Bieber was a huge learning curve for me. I got to kind of experience what it would be like in a huge stadium after coming from Canadian shows where everything was on a much smaller scale. There’s nothing that excites me more than taking what I’ve learned and putting it into my first headlining show.”
Emma Watson shows a little shoulder in this pic from her June/July cover of W magazine.
The 23-year-old actress opened up about growing up on screen, her new film, The Bling Ring, and more. Check it:
On her Bling Ring wardrobe: “Who wouldn’t love to go to work in Uggs and very low-slung tracksuit bottoms? The iconic detail of Nicki is her tramp stamp. It’s a lotus flower, a Buddhist-like symbol just above her butt crack. Really classy! (Laughs) And at one point I told the costumer designer, ‘You can see my bra strap in this top; shouldn’t we pin it?’ And she said, ‘No, sweetie—Nicki is all about her bra strap showing.’ I was like, right, okay, different mind-set.”
On her childhood: “I’ve always been a very serious child. I remember being 13 and girls in my class saying ‘So-and-so is going to kiss so-and-so on the school fields.’ I said, ‘That’s stupid. They’re too young for it to matter—he doesn’t even love her, and that’s just a waste of time.’ It’s amazing that I had any friends!…I’ve never wanted to grow up too fast: I wanted to wear a sportsbra until I was 22! The allure of being sexy never really held any excitement for me. I’ve never been in a terrible rush to be seen as a woman.”
On her character in Bling Ring: “Nicki is so different from me. How do I try and understand a young woman who loves these things so much that she is prepared to commit crimes to have them?…With Nicki, I was really taking on a character. Some of her lines are so crazy and absurd—making sure she wasn’t a parody was a challenge.”