Jennifer Lawrence looks chic as ever on the cover of Madame Figaro magazine‘s latest issue, available online now!
The 23-year-old actress chatted with the French magazine about her success as an actress, her childhood, and more. Check out some quotes from her interview that have been translated into English:
On wanting a normal life when off screen: “I want my life is as normal as possible. One of the dangers in the film industry is that things are too fast, aging and depriving have lived. I do not want to burn the stages of my life. I want to keep it simple, you see, I do not have an assistant. One that helps me is my best friend. At the end of a day of shooting, I can go home and hang out with her, do what we do in 22 years … and not share time with someone who works for me.”
On her childhood: “My nickname was ‘Nitro’ as nitroglycerin. I was hyperactive, curious about everything. When my mother told me about my childhood, she always told me there was like a light in me, a spark that inspired me constantly. When I entered the school, the light went out. We never knew what it was, a kind of social anxiety. But I had friends.”
For more from Jennifer‘s interview, check out Madame.LeFigaro.fr!
Willow Shields glams up for the December 2013/January 2014 issue of Girl’s Life mag.
The 13-year-old Hunger Games starlet chats with the glossy about her character, Jennifer Lawrence and her own holiday traditions. Check it:
On Prim: “It’s great because Prim and I are basically the same age. In Catching Fire, she’s a little bit older and more sophisticated. Getting to grow up with her is a lot of fun…Prim is starting to follow in her mom’s and sister’s footsteps. But she’s trying to become an even better healer. You start to see her open up.”
On her holiday traditions: “I’m the one who wakes everyone up on Christmas morning so we can have hot chocolate and open presents. Later, we walk across the street to my grandma’s house, where she makes the best posole [a thick soup common in the Southwest and Mexico]. It’s a great feeling to just see how happy and grateful people are for what they have, and how much what we do helps.”
On her friendship with Jennifer: “We were hugging and Jen whispered in my ear, ‘Willow, I hate you. You’re going to steal all of my roles when you get older. You’re going to steal all of my friends’ roles, too.’ It’s like, how can I stay serious in that moment? Jen is always teasing me, trying to get me to crack up!”
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Pixie Lott lets her hair go wild on the cover of Fiasco magazine’s Naked and Branded issue.
The 22-year-old singer opened up to the mag about wanting to take over America with her music.
“It’d be quite cool to get another No.1,” Pixie shared. “It would be cool if that happened again but I don’t want to put pressure on myself. The goal is to release this album in America definitely. America is massive but I’m up for touring and seeing everywhere. I haven’t released there at all and (want to) play shows at Madison Square Garden. You gotta go for it!”
Pixie actually just wrapped her first music video shoot for album number three.
“My previous albums have been a mishmash but this is completely all that Motown sound and it gives me the opportunity to sing more, which is great. My favourite songs are always ballads, I love singing them, listening to them. There’s one song that’s really personal. My Nan passed away last year and I wrote about her, I’m going to be crying my eyes out every time I sing it.”
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Colton Haynes shows off his buff arms in this steamy new feature for Flaunt magazine’s The Battle Issue.
The 25-year-old Arrow opened up to the mag about becoming an actor, his modeling past, and more. Check it:
On becoming a model in his early days: “I was super short so they would make me wear lifts. So I literally would wrap [and] tape socks and put them in the back of my shoes to be six feet tall.”
On growing up in conservative Kansas: “Kansas is very religious, very Republican, and very straight-laced. I needed to get away from that. [...] My family moved to town and we were kind of the outcasts.”
On moving to Los Angeles to act: “I took a leap. I was going to go to college, and three week before, I decided that I wanted to take a chance.”
For more from Colton, visit Flaunt.com!
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Shailene Woodley poses with her makeup artist Gloria Noto in this new feature inside THR‘s Beauty Issue.
The 21-year-old actress opened up about bonding with Gloria, whom she met on The Descendents promo tour.
“One of my best friends was like, ‘You’re going to love her because she uses very light makeup and she’s the best,’” Shai shared.
Gloria added, “We connected right away — we instantly started talking about tinctures and herbal remedies. It was cool.”
The Beauty Issue coincides with THR‘s new beauty website, Pret-a-Reporter.
Ben Schnetzer gets thoughtful in this new shot from the November issue of Bello mag.
The 23-year-old actor opened up about his role as Max in The Book Thief. Check it:
On taking on the role of Max: “I tried to use the book’s legacy as motivation to tell the story as honestly as I could. There’s a sense of responsibility that comes with taking on a role, especially one that is adapted from another medium, so I tried to do my best to carry that responsibility with the integrity I think it deserves.”
On filming in the German winter: “It was piercing! It’s a different kind of cold in Germany. One night, we had to get one shot of a scene when I first show up at the Hubermanns’, and it was like one in the morning, and I figured, Right, I’m supposed to be freezing in the scene; let’s do it. So I didn’t put on any thermals under my wardrobe. In my naïveté, I also thought, surely one shot will only take a few minutes! Cut to an hour later…it was the coldest I’ve ever been in my life! I almost passed out when we wrapped that night; our on-set medic was pouring supplements for me to take.”
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Molly Tarlov goes goth chic for this feature in the November 2013 issue of Bello mag!
The 21-year-old Awkward star opened up to the magazine about playing mean girl Sadie, working on her latest film G.B.F., and more. Check it:
On Sadie: “It’s changed so much throughout the seasons because we’ve been fortunate enough to have multiple. But at first, [with] playing Sadie, it was actually pretty horrifying because people just hated me, and I was really sad. But I think as the seasons have gone on more people have grown to liking Sadie.”
On G.B.F.: “That project was especially fun for me because I got to play such an opposite role from what I’m used to with the show. I will say, both characters are a bit mad at the world.”
On relating to the film: “I do have a best friend who’s gay. I have two of them actually. My character in the movie, she’s the true friend, whether they’re gay or straight or whatever. So, I like to think that parallels my life a little bit because I’m not just friends with my G.B.F. because he’s G.”
For more on Molly, visit BelloMag.com!