Category: Interview magazine

CelebrityBad Girls Club: Keira Knightley for Interview Magazine April 2012

Oh Keira, how do we love thee? Let me count the ways! We loved you in Pirates, Star Wars, Atonement, Pride & Prejudice, Bend It Like Beckham, and about a billion other films. With both Anna Karenina and Seeking a Friend for the End of the World in the wraps, she said down with filmmaker David Cronenberg, the director of her 2011 A Dangerous Method, for the April issue of Interview magazine. In addition to looking totally smokin’ and incredibly badass, she chatted a little about life, work, and her career.

 
 
On how she’s doing and where she is: “I’m good. I’m in London. I’ve just left somebody in the kitchen making a chicken curry, and I was meant to be helping him, but now I’m not.” 
 
 
 
 
On portraying a real person vs. a fictional one: “There’s always the moral question when you’re playing real people. Is it like dancing over somebody’s grave? What’s nice about playing somebody real is that generally there’s more information about them, so a lot of the questions that you’d otherwise have to make up the answers to are already there.
 
 
 
On choosing roles: “If I had to make a choice, it would be to do the performance-based pieces, which, generally speaking, are the less technical pieces. When you’re working in a space where it’s really about the technical side of it, then it’s even harder to maintain a performance because you have todo things so many times from so many different angles. It’s actually something that I would like to figure out. I’m quite interested to see whether you could maintain a high-energy performance in that kind of technical arena.”
 
 
  Read the rest of the interview here!

  (Pics, quotes, and info courtesy of Fashion Fame, Interview Magazine, and Zimbio.)

FashionElle Fanning: The Beauty of Youth

As graceful as Grace Kelly at an age where few even know the meaning of the word, Elle Fanning is taking our world by storm. This youngster has been a Hollywood actress since before she can even remember but has remained, at the same time, a kid growing up just like everyone else. 

These photos were taken for Interview magazine and thoroughly embrace her doll like look and playful spirit. I love that they didn’t glam up her makeup too much but stuck with simple mascara and braids. 

In an interview done by Interview for their feature on her, Elle confesses this about her favorite subjects in school: 

“Science. But I love artsy stuff, too. We take art, and I love all that. But I also like science for some reason. I just like finding out why things happen.” 

I can just imagine how easy it’d be to work with someone so at ease with themselves but still so excited about the world. Watch the behind the scenes of the photo shoot for Interview to see just how graceful she really is!

And then here in this wonderful dress Elle sits with a face that every kid has made in their lifetime. I enjoy this editorial because it brings back the beauty and simplicity of youth without exploiting it. 

 Also, one more thing, catch this adorable interview of her about Somewhere her latest movie directed by Soffia Coppola.