Check out these portraits of Josh Hutcherson, Chris Colfer, Andy Samberg, Aaron Paul, Seth Meyers, Bradley Cooper and Jon Hamm in Esquire's 80th Anniversary issue.
The actors are part of the “Life of a Man” portfolio which features portraits of eighty men from ages 1-80.
See the rest of the portraits here.
Chris Hemsworth suits up for the September issue of Esquire. The actor opens up about getting into character as Thor, losing weight to play Formule One driver in the upcoming Ron Howard film Rush, and his failed attempts to learn other languages for the sake of his wife, Elsa Pataky, who also speaks Spanish, Romanian and Italian.
Nina Dobrev wows on the September issue of Cosmopolitan. Inside the mag, the Vampire Diaries dishes on her friendship with Julianne Hough, her goals outside of Hollywood and what she looks for in a man, saying:
"I’m progressive in some ways, old-fashioned in others. I like it when guys hold the door open and are sweet and thoughtful. The guys on our show are really good at that. A man in a suit looking put together and dapper is very attractive, but I also kind of like the I-just-rolled-out-of-bed, a-little-bit-of-scruff, effortless, not-trying-hard-but-still-sexy guy. If a guy spends more time looking in the mirror than I do, that’s problem!"
Katy Perry looking bold and beautiful on the September issue of ELLE UK. Here’s what the singer shared with the mag:
On being linked to Robert Pattinson: “I sent [Kristen Stewart] a text message saying: ‘I know you’ve seen all this stuff but you know I would never disrespect you. I’m not that person. I’m just trying to be a friend to him but it is unfortunate that I do have a set of tits.’”
On rekindling her romance with John Mayer: “He pulled away. That was a big hello for me… I realised I could lose the person I loved and I had to deal with some things, issues I think a lot of women have… You can be strong in one aspect of your life but submissive in another. In relationships, it was hard for me to speak up and set boundaries. I think a lot of that was to do with the fear of loss.”
On her past relationships: “The men I have gone for are challenging, yes, but they’re also wildly intelligent and poetic… I’m not interested in taming anyone – I’m pretty wild myself.”
Amanda Seyfried looking gorgeous in red on the August issue of ELLE. Inside the mag, the cover girl opens up about relationships, sexual attraction, and why she chose her most daring role yet, Lovelace.
Orlando Bloom, Evangeline Lilly and Lee Pace cover the August issue of Empire Magazine. The co-stars appear as their Middle-Earth characters — Legolas, Tauriel and Thrandiul — for the mag’s behind-the-scenes look at The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Katy Perry looking gorgeous in a floral Rodarte dress on the July issue of Vogue. Here’s what the pop star and first-time cover girl for the mag shared:
On ex-husband Russell Brand: “Let’s just say I haven’t heard from him since he texted me saying he was divorcing me December 31, 2011… At first when I met him he wanted an equal, and I think a lot of times strong men do want an equal, but then they get that equal and they’re like, I can’t handle the equalness. He didn’t like the atmosphere of me being the boss on tour. So that was really hurtful, and it was very controlling, which was upsetting. I felt a lot of responsibility for it ending, but then I found out the real truth, which I can’t necessarily disclose because I keep it locked in my safe for a rainy day. I let go and I was like: This isn’t because of me; this is beyond me. So I have moved on from that.”
On John Mayer: “I was madly in love with him. I still am madly in love with him. All I can say about that relationship is that he’s got a beautiful mind. Beautiful mind, tortured soul. I do have to figure out why I am attracted to these broken birds.”
On being single: “I can just right now focus on me and strengthening myself and my emotional support system… I’m not in a relationship, I’m just on my own—I am myself in my own bed. I have to be happy being alone, and I am happy. I believe that I will be loved again, in the right way. I know I’m worth it.”
Lily Collins goes retro glam for the July issue of Glamour. Inside the mag, the actress talks about meeting fans expectations on The Mortal Instruments, why she didn’t want help from her famous father (Phil Collins), and on being conscious of the paparazzi, saying:
"Even in L.A., where everyone’s in yoga pants, I’ve never been the girl to run around in sweats. I love fashion and always have something put together, but I won’t wear anything specifically to be photographed in. I have become more cautious of making funny faces in public."
Channing Tatum graces the July issue of Vanity Fair. Inside the mag, the actor opens up about growing up with learning disabilities, the nature of being a celebrity, and becoming a first-time dad to daugher Everly, who was born on Thursday (May 30) in London.
Selena Gomez graces the June issue of InStyle. Inside the mag, the 20-year-old entertainer opens up about her new album, growing up, and dating in the spotlight, saying:
"It’s uncomfortable that everywhere I go, people know. I don’t like that. But Justin [Bieber] and I never really focused on the attention. You can’t help who you date. So I wouldn’t swear off that or say that’s what I want again. I don’t know. I’m a kid, and a breakup is normal. I have to go through the emotions and feel it out. I’m doing my own thing, being with my friends, and he’s doing very well too.” When asked what she’ll look for in a future partner, she’s quick to respond. “Honesty. You have to have honesty when you’re living this lifestyle because of the distance imposed when working—you are separated so often. You have to be super-honest and open. That is key.”
Henry Cavill suits up for the June cover of British GQ. Inside the mag, the actor opens up about working on Man of Steel, being passed up for lead roles in films such as James Bond, Twilight, and Batman, and bullies.
“Yes, I was bullied. But I’m not going to sit here and say, ‘Woe is me.’ It’s never easy when you’re homesick. And I wasn’t part of a big group. Kids are kids. Kids are mean… I was overweight when I went to school. In fact, I was overweight when I left, just taller. Fatty Cavill was the nickname. I mean, no one wants to be Fatty Cavill. Yeah it stuck with me for awhile, actually I was always conscious of my weight afterwards. I’ve had girlfriends in the past who have said, ‘No, really, your weight’s fine, you look great’, but I just didn’t believe them.”
Miley Cyrus bares some skin in the latest issue of V magazine. The singer nearly ditches her clothes for the risqué photo shoot as she opens up about her new album, growing up and her relationship with fiancé Liam Hemsworth, saying:
"I’m not home with my boyfriend all the time. We work! He gets up to work out at six and I come home around five from the studio. Every week it’s, ‘Are they broken up? Because we don’t see a photo of them. I don’t have time to go to Starbucks with my boyfriend every morning. I wish I did, but I don’t… I’ve put this record before everything and I’ve never done that before. I’ve put too much into this record to put anything else in front of it. I’m going to change. I’m going to be different. I’m going to do what I want to do, [but] I’d rather chill at my house and be there for the time I actually get to spend with him."
Robert Downey Jr. takes the cover duties for the May issue of GQ. Preview the interview below.
On struggling to find a hit role: “The odds were against it. Most people, they’ve been around twenty years or more, just even by accident they were in something that made a ton of dough… Some part of me, and this is maybe some injured part of me, has been looking to say ‘I quit! I retire!’ since whenever… I felt like a flghter who was training for a title bout that had not been booked yet.”
On auditioning for Iron Man: “It was all shock, awe, conquer—it was about devastating the competition. Right before the first take I felt like I almost left my body—a sudden surge of nerves. Then, all of a sudden, it was like coasting downhill on an old Schwinn Cruiser, like I could do no wrong.”
On his view of actors in the film industry: “That’s the great thing—it’s such a floating freak show. You get a bit older and you start to see what’s going on backstage in the collective psyche of this ridiculous industry. Everybody is kind of the same. I’m sorry! We’re all just kind of the same… Nothing pleases me more than when somebody who was awe-inspired to be working with me realizes I’m just another schmuck that they’re bored of hanging out with on a set. I love that moment. I like it when that persistent illusion is smashed.”
On his upcoming projects: He hopes to start shooting the first Team Downey film in June, a movie called The Judge in which he will play the lawyer son of a superior-court judge. Its “beautiful story” was thought up by David Dobkin, director of Wedding Crashers, inspired by something in his own life. “It’s funny as hell, but speaking of emo, it’s just openly weeping reading the script. I don’t know how I’m going to get through it. It’s me and Robert Duvall, a father and son.” After that, Downey has his eye on a new take on the Pinocchio story that he has pitched—”My first pitch! I got real excited about it. I was just thinking about Geppetto as a cross between Jake LaMotta and Chico Marx. It’s such a vital story, but it’s really about this working-class weirdo who invests this inanimate object with all of the qualities he doesn’t have. I’m just crazy about the idea…. To me a wooden boy is a real boy who doesn’t feel like he’s acknowledged.”
Eddie Redmayne and Brit Marling grace the April issue of W. The magazine also features up-and-comer Emayatzy Corinealdi among Hollywood’s Fresh New Faces.
Taylor Swift, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Lopez, and Zoe Saldana pose with their stylists in the latest issue of THR celebrating the “25 Most Powerful Stylists”.
Allison Williams, Kerry Washington and Naomi Watts are among the stars featured inside the mag.