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Katherine McNamara Looks Back on How 'Shadowhunters' Role Changed Her Life & What She Took From The Project

Katherine McNamara Looks Back on How 'Shadowhunters' Role Changed Her Life & What She Took From The Project

Katherine McNamara looks like she was snatched out of a 1960s movie in her new feature with Bello magazine.

In the new issue, the 22-year-old actress is opening up about how the role of Clary on Shadowhunters changed her life.

“One of the biggest gifts of being with Shadowhunters – and it’s something I give the writers credit for — is that every single woman on the show stands up for themselves, fights their own battles, and each is empowered in their own way,” Katherine revealed.

She continued, “And just as importantly, they are such a diverse range of women. What that does is show the next generation of young girls that strong, empowered, badass women are not of one stripe — they are every woman.”

When the role of Clary came to her, Katherine knew she had to have it, because she had been looking for it her entire life.

“When I was a little girl I wanted nothing more than to find a character like Clary to look up to, and characters in whose footsteps I could follow,” she says. “I was lucky enough to be raised in a household of badass women who balanced career and family and were able to do it all. It was never a question of ‘or’ — it was always a question of ‘and’. You can be anything you want to be, no matter what society says, and if you work hard enough.”

The role was deep and taught her how to handle weapons, too.

“When I began work on Shadowhunters I didn’t know how to throw a punch or hold a sword. I didn’t know what I was doing,” she says. “With Clary I was immediately thrown into the fire, and we had an amazing team of stunt professionals and stunt doubles. They were world class martial arts experts and teachers, and they were always there to teach us any time we wanted to take time to learn, so I never missed an opportunity.”

Katherine adds, “It was such a huge gift and it changed my world. Now I’m such a gym rat, I love working out, and martial arts and boxing have become one of my biggest passions. Now with Arrow I get to continue my boxing and fighting skills in a whole new universe.”

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Zayn Malik Says He Didn't Make Any Friends While in One Direction

Zayn Malik Says He Didn't Make Any Friends While in One Direction

Zayn Malik looks so handsome in these brand new pictures from British Vogue‘s December 2018 issue, on newsstands on November 9.

In the mag, the 25-year-old entertainer spoke about One Direction, Gigi Hadid, and more. Here’s what he shared…

On not speaking to anyone from One Direction anymore: “Nah. I ain’t spoke to any of them for a long time, to be honest with you. That’s just the way it is. There’s things that happen and things that were said after I left …Snide things. Small things that I would never have expected. That’s just the way it is. People move on, people grow apart, people grow up.”

On Gigi: “Everything is great…She’s super-organised and I’m really not. It helps that she can get things together for me a little bit. I lean on her a lot.”

On walking away from One Direction without having made a single friend: “I have always been a bit like that, though – always a bit of an island. I don’t like to confer with too many people.”

See the full feature in the December issue of British Vogue, available on digital download and on newsstands Friday (November 9).

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Lana Condor Remembers The Moment She Learned She Didn't Look Like Her Parents

Lana Condor Remembers The Moment She Learned She Didn't Look Like Her Parents

Lana Condor takes over the cover of Who What Wear‘s November 2018 issue, and opens up about her upbringing, her heritage and more.

Check out what the 21-year-old actress shared in the feature:

On being adopted and learning she didn’t look the same as her parents: “I remember coming home one day from school and being like, ‘Mom, what does this mean?’ She was so upset and frustrated. That was the first time I was fully aware that my brother and I didn’t look like my parents.”

On her next role in Deadly Class: “She’s [Saya] the most challenging character I’ve ever had to play in my life. She’s super dark and has very dark humor and is kind of a lone wolf. She’s totally strong and does a lot of fighting.”

On her hidden talent: “I’m a fantastic cook. Recently, I’ve been really into cooking linguine alle vongole: spaghetti with clams. Because here in Vancouver, I found this seafood market—I think it’s called Lobster Man—and I go and get all my seafood from there. That’s currently what I love to make. I love to make ratatouille because I freakin’ love the movie. I love to make curry. I made Jamaican chicken curry for my boyfriend once, and it like knocked us out. We slept for hours. I love cooking! I’m like begging publicity to get me on a cooking show.”

Check out more of her interview on WhoWhatWear.com now!

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Logan Paul Reflects On The Japan Video 10 Months Later: 'I Should Have Felt Empathy'

Logan Paul Reflects On The Japan Video 10 Months Later: 'I Should Have Felt Empathy'

Logan Paul is still trying to redeem himself, 10 months after posting his now infamous video from Japan.

In a new feature story with The Hollywood Reporter, the 23-year-old influencer opened up about his lack of empathy at the time, and the hate he still gets. Check it:

On the moment he found the body in the forest: “My first feeling was just dis-f*ckingbelief. I should have felt empathy. I should have been like, ‘Hey, this is wrong. Let’s not do what we’re doing.’”

On his now ex-girlfriend Chloe Bennet predicting what was going to happen during the trip: “She wanted to stay in one hotel, I wanted to stay in a different hotel. [I] just wanted my space…She’s like, ‘Yo, this behavior is going to bite you in the ass. I don’t know how, I don’t know when, but you’re going to crash and burn.’”

On how he feels about being hated: “I was so used to people liking me. But being hated? I hate it. I hate being hated!”

For more from Logan, visit HollywoodReporter.com.

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Garrett Clayton Explains Why He Wanted to Come Out Publicly

Garrett Clayton Explains Why He Wanted to Come Out Publicly

Garrett Clayton posed on the cover of Gay Times Magazine‘s new issue, available on October 31st.

The 27-year-old actor opened up about his decision to come out and his family’s reaction. Check it:

On his decision to come out publicly: “The decision to come out was finally feeling comfortable as me. I just felt like, ‘OK, I’m finally ready to do this’, and I think that’s the most important thing to take away from this is that everyone has to do it when they feel comfortable. If you let someone push you into something like this it can be harmful if you’re not ready. That’s something I experienced personally during King Cobra, where it felt like a lot of journalists wanted me to come out, but I wasn’t ready.”

On his brother’s reaction to him coming out: “My brother reacted badly when I told him…I don’t want to put him on blast, because he’s still my family, but I do feel that honesty in this situation is important. A few years ago, when same-sex marriage was legalised, my brother was furious, and he went online posting about how the American flag was gonna be a rainbow soon, like, ‘What’s happening to America?’ And
I remember seeing that and thinking, ‘You have a gay brother, you idiot!’ So I went on his Facebook like, ‘So wait a minute, you’re telling me that there can be someone you care about in your life, who wants to impede nothing on yours, and just wants the same rights as you, and you would take that away from them?’ And then he blocked me. If my brother wants to reconnect with me, I welcome it wholeheartedly. I’m a big believer in people learning from their mistakes. But not every story gets a happy ending.”

For more from Garrett, visit GayTimes.co.uk.

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