Various Celebs Cover Different Magazines This Month

Gisele Bündchen Covers Vogue Paris June/July 2012

Claire Danes covers Harper's Bazaar Russia June 2012

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Léa Seydoux cover I-D Summer 2012

Léa Seydoux in The Lights, Camera, Action Issue

“I have to immerse myself in the director’s culture, I have to feel his culture, that’s the first step towards the character. Not research, but something more organic, you have to be completely involved through culture.”


Michael Fassbender cover GQ June 2012

On living in East London:
“I always liked the energy ’round here. Traditionally more of a working-class area. A bit of an edginess to it, as well. And the parks are everywhere here. I always just felt like this was the right spot for me.”

On his big break in 2007, landing in Steve McQueen‘s Hunger:
“There was something funny about that year. I realized that year somebody left the door open. I’m kind of superstitious – I was born in 1977, it was 2007. I just felt something in my bones.”

On campaigning during award season:
“At the beginning people [say], ‘You’re going to be going to the Oscars,’ and you’re like, ‘Whatever, doesn’t matter, don’t think so.’ But after a while it does penetrate. After a while you’re like, ‘Anyway, so I’m going to the Oscars …’ And you start to believe it. And I did. I thought I was going. And then I found out I wasn’t and I was upset. I was very upset by it. The first reaction was, ‘What the f— …?’ It’s a vanity thing. It does become important to you. And it shouldn’t. A good little lesson.”


Cameron Diaz covers Harper's Bazaar UK June 2012

On pal Gwyneth Paltrow:
“We became very close after my dad’s death. She reached out after [that]. It was very sweet. We bonded on that.”

On Colin Firth:
“He’s the perfect Englishman. Just enough of the self-effacing [quality] to a point that it’s comfortable for other people, but [he's] also totally charming and engaging to where he makes you feel special. He’s got that British honesty.”

On starting a family:
“I’m not sitting there going, ‘Oh my God, when am I going to get married? When am I going to have a baby?’ I would be remiss if I was living my live wishing I had something other than what I have. If one day, I am blessed with the experience of having a child, I would be overjoyed, but I am not sitting here feeling empty because I haven’t yet, or that I may not.”

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Elizabeth Banks covers Allure June 2012

On surrogacy:
“Alec Baldwin asked me straight up — I had made a comment about wearing a fake belly, something innocuous and he looked me straight in the eye and asked me, ‘Are you pregnant right now?’ And I blanked totally. Because of course, technically, no I wasn’t. But then, technically, yes, in a way I was! And it was very weird. I thought Alec was reading my mind or something. Well we weren’t telling anyone then, so I said ‘No,’ I thought, is that a lie? Because it wasn’t a lie, and yet it was a lie! Its essentially a test tube baby—its just the test tube is another woman. That you can grow a baby outside of yourself! Its amazing!”

On her role in What To Expect When You’re Expecting:
“I did it for my fellow females. I thought I was standing up for all the women who have crazy horrible pregnancies — you know, there’s all these things we’re not allowed to talk about in public.”

On her weight:
“It’s not good to put in a magazine what I weigh because its too little. People freak out when they hear what I weigh. They think, Oh, you’re too skinny. But I ate a cupcake last night – and I eat broccoli. I work out with a trainer; she kicks my ass.”


On being showcased in Maxim-ready looks early in her career:
“I had a show [Dark Angel] that premiered when I was 19. And right away, everyone formed a strong opinion about me because of the way I was marketed. I was supposed to be sexy, this tough action girl. That’s what people expected…I felt like I was being objectified, and it made me uncomfortable. I wanted to be chic and elegant!”

On how she has grown more assured of herself:
“Now that I’m older, I’ve learned how to own it, but I’m still not very overt. There are some women who dress for men. I dress for myself. It took me some time to get here. Being a mom and feeling grown-up have helped. Now if I’m going to wear something short, it has to have a high neck or a little sci-fi toughness to it, an edge.”

On her former, sexier self:
“I like to get positive attention. But if I have a choice between someone noticing in a negative way what I’m wearing and going, What was she thinking? or someone not noticing what I’m wearing, I would rather not make a statement at all and just have a good conversation instead.”


Nicole Kidman covers Harper's Bazaar Australia June/July 2012


Charlize Theron covers InStyle June 2012

On aging:
“I see my face and my body changing, and they’re all changes I’m OK with. Part of me understands I may not be in front of the camera forever, and maybe not just because of age, but because of me. I wouldn’t have started my own production company if I didn’t feel that way.”

On being a new mom to son Jackson:
“Motherhood was something I always knew I wanted to experience. What a great opportunity for someone like me who wants to have a family … I can only hope to be 10 percent of the mom mine was to me. She encouraged me to be confident and enjoy life. That’s what I want for my son. So far I’m not surprised by anything about being a mom. It’s all pretty great – but that’s what I expected.”

On being single, meeting someone new:
“I’m always open to a relationship, but I’m not putting those feelers out there now. I’m not unhappy with it, but I’m not like, ‘Oh, this is so much better than when I was in a relationship.’ I am a relationship girl. That’s kind of just how I’m made … There’s definitely something in the nature of a man and a woman that makes that challenging, but it was never a huge problem for me. I don’t live my life in a way that feels big. When you’re in my life, it’s actually very contained.”


Monica Belluci covers The Hunger #2

Angelina Jolie cover UK Marie Claire June 2012 (reprint)

Marilyn Monroe covers Vanity Fair June 2012

It was the assignment of an ambitious young photographer’s dreams: capturing Hollywood’s sexiest star for Look magazine in 1960. Lawrence Schiller’s chemistry with Marilyn Monroe seemed promising, and their professional relationship deepened when he photographed her on the set of her final, never-finished movie, Something’s Got to Give. The breathtaking nude shots from that shoot, some unseen till now.