Category Archives: Actors and Actresses

Six Covers of Time Magazine April 29th-May 04th, 2019


Taylor Swift, Sandra Oh, Mohamad Salah, Nancy Pelosi, Gayle King, and Dwayne Johnson are some of the 100 most influential people in 2019. (source)


Alba Rohrwacher for Vogue Ukraine May 2019


Stefano Galuzzi shot the cover. (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Giedre Dukauskaite, here to view 2017 cover featuring Lera Abova, here to view 2016 cover featuring Josephine Le Tutour, here to view 2015 cover featuring Georgia May Jagger, here to view 2014 cover featuring Lindsey Wixson, here to view 2013 cover featuring Katlin Aas and Eugene Hütz.


Featured Article: Eva Mendes for Women’s Health US May 2019


Eva Mendes covers the May 2019 issue of Women’s Health US magazine, sharing why she stepped away from Hollywood to focus on fashion and raising her two daughters – and why her hot healthy relationship with Ryan Gosling makes her a better parent.

On looking back a few years and how she ended up with her 2- and 4-year-old kids:
“It was the furthest thing from my mind. Ryan Gosling happened. I mean, falling in love with him. Then it made sense for me to have…not kids, but his kids. It was very specific to him.”

On how parenting has changed her life:
“We’re just starting to get out of survival mode. I’m starting to feel like a person again.”

On getting back to exercise (a mix of mobility, stability, strength, cardio, and plyometrics moves with trainer Johana Spates) three times a week:
“I’m envious of women who enjoy working out, because I have the worst attitude about it. My vanity gets me to the gym – and obviously health reasons – but I’m kicking and screaming the whole way through.”

On watching what she eats:
“I have blood work done at least twice a year because I have high blood sugar, and high cholesterol runs in my family. I’m not squeaky-clean healthy. I have a sweet tooth, so I can’t keep anything in the house.” Images courtesy of Women’s Health. (source)


Keanu Reeves for GQ US May 2019


The cover is shot by Daniel Jackson. (source)


Cara Delevingne for Vogue Korea May 2019


Jooyoung Ahn shot the cover. (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Adut Akech, Hoyeon Jung and Sara Grace Wallerstedt, here to view 2017 cover featuring Freja Beha Erichsen, here to view 2016 cover featuring Carolyn Murphy, here to view last year cover featuring Sasha Pivovarova, here to view 2014 cover featuring Karlie Kloss, here to view 2013 cover featuring Léa Seydoux, here to view 2012 cover featuring Saskia De Brauw, here for 2011 cover with Hyun Yi Lee, Han Hye Jin and Hye Jung Lee, and here for 2010 cover with Gisele Bundchen.


Emilia Clarke for Vogue Spain May 2019


Thomas Whiteside shot the cover. (source)

Click here to view last year cover featuring Lara Stone, here to view 2017 cover featuring Grace Elizabeth, here to view 2016 cover featuring Martha Hunt, Jasmine Tookes, Elsa Hosk, Sara Sampaio, Romee Strijd, Stella Maxwell and Taylor Hill, here to view 2015 cover featuring Binx Walton, here to view 2014 cover featuring Adriana Lima, here to view 2013 cover featuring Aymeline Valade, here to view 2012 cover featuring Lily Donaldson, here for 2011 cover with Isabeli Fontana, and here for 2010 cover with Raquel Zimmermann.


Rebel Wilson for InStyle US May 2019


The cover is shot by Robbie Fimmano. (source)


Featured Article: Jodie Comer for Town & Country May 2019


Last night, Jodie Comer made her return as TV’s most charming assassin in the second season of Killing Eve. This morning, Jodie is the cover star of Town & Country’s May 2019 issue (on newsstands April 10th).

Inside the issue, the 26-year-old breakout star opens up about her childhood, her serious skincare regime, why she and her mother love to watch Judge Judy together, and more. T&C also secured an exclusive interview with Jodie’s London facialist, Jasmina Vico.

On childhood and if her parents ever expected her to be a famous actress: “I recently asked my mom if she ever thought I’d end up doing this professionally, and she said no. I didn’t really go to a local drama school until I was maybe 11. But as a child I was always doing impressions – of Cilla Black, of the singer Anastacia. I was very extroverted, very in touch with my emotions. I loved to talk, and I was probably a bit of a nuisance in the classroom because I never shut up.”

On how she views her character Villanelle on Killing Eve: “…I viewed Villanelle at the start as an actress of sorts. The way she prepares for her jobs, how she takes them very seriously and is proud of her work and gets off on seeing people be convinced by her guise and her charm.”

On her dedication to sunscreen: “Every day, rain or snow. I try and tell everyone how important this is, and they’re all like ‘Shut up, I’m not putting [SPF] 50 on when it’s thunder and lightning outside.’ And I’m like, ‘You can still get the damage!’

On why she and her mother love to watch Judge Judy together: “She’s fierce – she takes no sh*t!” Image courtesy of Town & Country. (source)


Richard Madden for Interview Spring 2019


The cover is shot by Bruno Staub. (source)


Featured Article: Yara Shahidi & Charles Melton for Cosmopolitan US May 2019


Separately, Yara Shahidi and Charles Melton are very different people. She’s the brains, hitting the books at Harvard and hobnobbing with Michelle Obama. He’s all heart, the real-life sensitive guy behind TV’s favorite jock. But together, the magnetic leads of The Sun Is Also A Star are pure chemistry—and young Hollywood’s new king and queen.

Yara Shahidi on how her Grown-ish character, Zoey Johnson, has impacted her life: “I can tell you that I give my friends the best advice, because my character gets into so much trouble. I’m like, ‘Oh yeah, we tried the whole love-triangle thing. Doesn’t work.’”

Yara on her Grown-ish castmates/onscreen love interests, Luka Sabbat and Trevor Jackson: “It’s really funny. I forgot what story I was telling them—it wasn’t anything bad, but somebody wasn’t being the nicest to me, and I think they both offered to fight them on my behalf. I said no—I’m a pacifist! But I appreciated the gesture.”

Charles on being cast in a lead role as an Asian American: “Being an Asian-American lead for a studio film—it almost seems like it’s not real for me, you know? Growing up, I never saw anybody who looked like me, really. So it’s very emotional for me… [After seeing Crazy Rich Asians] I cried seven times. It was just so emotional. Everyone was of Asian descent, and I was like, Wow. And I’m thinking about the movie I did with Yara, and Yara is Iranian and Black. It’s very surreal.”

Charles on falling in love: “I think you can fall in love in the snap of a finger, you know? It all started when I was 13 or 14. Every girl I was with, I thought I was gonna marry… My head’s in the clouds. I’m a dreamer. I’m a hopeless romantic!” Images courtesy of Cosmopolitan. (source)


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