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Featured Article: Elle Fanning for Marie Claire US February 2020


Elle Fanning is the cover star of Marie Claire US’ February issue, on newsstands January 21st.

Fanning, 21, is gearing up for her upcoming film, “All the Bright Places” which premieres on February 28th on Netflix.

Here for Marie Claire, Fanning opens up about the importance of speaking out about depression and mental health in young people – her love for vintage clothes – why Twitter scares her – how her relationship with Angelina Jolie changed over the course of filming Maleficent — and the piece of advice Nicole Kidman gave her that puts her at ease.

On the importance of her upcoming film, All the Bright Places: “Depression and mental illness in young people is so real, and it’s something people don’t want to talk about and want to shy away from. It has to be out there for people to see it, to get help, to not keep it hidden.”

On how her relationship with Angelina Jolie changed while filming Maleficent between age 14 and 21:Angelina’s and my relationship definitely changed. She didn’t have to look at me as a kid; she didn’t have to censor what she could talk about. That was exciting, to have that relationship.”

On social media preferences:Twitter scares me! Oh my God, Twitter is so intense. Instagram, I do enjoy.”

On the advice Nicole Kidman gave her about choosing projects: “Because a lot of people are all, ‘You have to be so delicate. You have to choose this,’ and Nicole [Kidman] is like, ‘It’s OK, you’re young! Freedom!’” (source)


Featured Article: Lana Condor for Cosmopolitan US March 2019


To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before star Lana Condor became an overnight success and the reigning queen of Netflix. Now she’s busy rewriting the Hollywood rules thanks to a big new show, an epic real-life love story, and lots of red-carpet nights that end the way all true fairy tales should: eating pizza in bed.

She is gracing the March 2019 issue of Cosmopolitan US in a cover shot photographed by Ben Watts.

On her relationship with To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before co-star Noah Centineo:Noah and I definitely encouraged the speculation. But it’s because we believe in the story and the characters and we genuinely love each other. You can truly love someone in a very platonic way.”

On her ascendance to rom-com legend from To All The Boys: “Listen, I worked every single day. I was in every single frame. But I wasn’t doing it to get famous. I was doing it because I friggin’ love my job.”

On adjusting to fame after becoming an overnight sensation: “I had a week of transition where I was like, ‘I have to be okay with it. This is my new reality.’”

On being a role model for Asian-Americans (Lana is half Korean): “I know how many people are looking to me. I’ve had so many little Asian girls and older Asian women come up to me. Because of that, I’m really ware and proud of who I am and what I look like.”

On her boyfriend, musician, and actor Anthony De La Torre: “There’s no other person in this world I want to spend every day doing nothing with… and you best believe I’m gonna hold on to him real tight.” Image courtesy of COSMOPOLITAN. (source)


Charlie Heaton for GQ Style Mexico Spring Summer 2017


Charlie Heaton (in Stella McCartney) of Netflix‘s Stranger Things fronts the Spring Summer 2017 cover of GQ Style Mexico photographed by Michael Schwartz in Beverly Hills with styling direction by Sean Knight. Grooming by Natalia Bruschi, fashion editor Fernando Carrillo. (source)


Kate Mulgrew, Uzo Aduba, Taylor Schilling & Laura Prepon for Entertainment Weekly #1309 May 02nd 2014


They are the casts of Netflix‘s hit series Orange Is The New Black. The image is shot by Ruven Afanador. (source)


Bill Skarsgård for Hero Magazine Issue 11 Spring Summer 2014


The star Hemlock GroveNetflix’s own-brand series – is photographed by Hedi Slimane for the cover. Inside the issue, he is interviewed by his father, internationally acclaimed actor Stellan Skarsgård (Nymphomaniac, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Thor). (source)


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