12:41 pm - 01/07/2014

Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jonah Hill + more stars for W mag’s Movie Issue

Best Performances
The actors who killed it this year get real.

Jennifer Lawrence in American Hustle and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
“I was at the Oscars, waiting to hear
 if my name was called, and I kept thinking, Cakewalk, cakewalk, cakewalk. I thought, Why is ‘cakewalk’ stuck in my head? And then, as I started to walk up the stairs and the fabric from my dress tucked under my feet, I realized my stylist had told me, ‘Kick, walk, kick, walk.’ You are supposed to kick the dress out while you walk, and I totally forgot because I was thinking about cake! And that’s why I fell.”

Matthew McConaughey in Dallas Buyers Club and Mud
“I wanted to shake up my relationship with my career. I didn’t want to do romantic comedies or action adventures anymore, so when those projects came in,
I said no. For about eight months, I kept saying no, no, no—and then there was nothing being offered to say no to. That was scary, but I was looking to be scared. Finally, the target drew the arrow: I started getting calls to play characters. And here we are.”

Lupita Nyong’o in 12 Years a Slave
“When I got the role in 12 Years a Slave, I called my father and said, ‘Daddy, I got a part in a movie! Do 
you know Brad Pitt?’ And he said, ‘I’ve heard of him, 
but I don’t know him personally.’ I said, ‘Well—he’s producing this movie, and he’s really big in Hollywood.’ My father paused and then said, ‘So you have a job! Good. Congratulations! And good night!’ That call 
put everything in perspective.

Will Ferrell in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
“We shot a musical number for Anchorman 2 called ‘It’s a Great Big World.’ It’s about Ron Burgundy and the news team walking into a 24-hour station and seeing all the television monitors. He dances and stumbles onto all these people in the office. Someone says, ‘I’m gay,’ and 
Ron sings, ‘If I were gay for a day, there’s nothing I wouldn’t say.’ It wasn’t one of our funnier things. It was cut from the film.”

Lea Seydoux in Blue Is the Warmest Color
“I’m a huge fan of Woody Allen. He 
is my god. When he cast me in Midnight in Paris, he was already shooting the film. He saw a picture of me and called me up and asked how long my hair was. I told him, ‘It’s around my shoulders.’ He said, ‘Okay, cool, see you tomorrow on set.’ I hadn’t read the script, and I hadn’t read 
for him, but I said, ‘Of course.’ When God calls, you answer.”

Casey Affleck in Out of the Furnace
“I sobbed and sobbed when I saw The Elephant Man. My brother and I watched it on a little black and white TV set 
in my father’s apartment. I’m sure I also saw, you know, The Goonies as a child, but The Elephant Man haunted me.”

Idris Elba in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
“I played Stringer Bell, a drug dealer, on The Wire, and the power of that part was amazing. Real drug dealers and thugs would think I was truly a gangster. They gave me a lot of respect—
they’d hand me cocaine as a kind of salute. At times I had to remind myself that I was just an actor.”

Brie Larson in Short Term 12
“The first job I booked was a skit, a fake Barbie commercial for the Jay Leno show called Malibu Mudslide Barbie. I was 8, and I looked perfectly American-cute, but I had an evil streak. In the sketch, I’m playing with the Barbies and a bucket of mud is poured on top of them. I was so excited: I had lines, I had a dressing room with my name on it, and I was being talked to like an actor. I thought I was on my way to stardom.”

James Franco in Spring Breakers
“I had cornrows in Spring Breakers, which helped me get into character. They were so itchy. Once you have that hairstyle, you’re suddenly in a weird club. People come up to you and talk about cornrows. Oftentimes, those other cornrow people would have guns. I never broke character—I needed to feel like that self-invented gangster at all times. To me, he is an example of the scary things that can happen when you get everything you want.”

Emma Thompson in Saving Mr. Banks
“I am not quite pro-Disneyland. I first went there as a teenager, and it was a confusing place for a girl from England: Something about the merging of dark, ancient Europe and 1950s America was very strange. I remember my father saying, ‘Why do they call them “restrooms” at Disneyland? I don’t want to have a rest.’ ”

Amy Adams in American Hustle and Her
“I learned to like auditions. I didn’t get most of the jobs, so I viewed auditions as my only opportunity 
to act. I was invested: I would dress the part. When I tried out for Catch Me If You Can, my character had braces, and I wore teeth-whitening trays to the audition—I wanted the sensation of something awkward being in my mouth, of sounding lispy. Amazingly, I got the part.”

Michael B. Jordan in Fruitvale Station
“I was on All My Children at 17, and I had to do my first ever sex scene. I like to make things real, and it was one of those moments. He [pointing at his crotch] doesn’t know there’s a script, so I said to the actress, ‘I apologize if he moves, and I apologize if he doesn’t.’ Everything worked out cool: It’s not a sex tape.”

Olivia Wilde in Drinking Buddies and Her
“When I was around 5, people started saying, not necessarily in a positive way, ‘Uh oh—I think we have an actress on our hands!’ Now I understand that they thought I was overly theatrical, but at the time, I said, ‘Really? Why, thank you. I will become a child star!’ Sadly, my parents would not let me get an agent. They flat out refused, which I thought was abusive.”

Gordon-Levitt in Don Jon
“My professional crush is on Orson Welles. The first thing he did that rocked the planet was The War of the Worlds, a fake radio broadcast where he convinced Americans that they were being invaded by Martians. And then he made Citizen Kane. So, fuck it—
I’m just going to aim high.”

Chris Hemsworth in Rush and 
Thor: The Dark World
“I auditioned for Thor, and I didn’t get called back. I was intimidated by the director, Kenneth Branagh—to me, he is Shakespeare. My brother, Liam, was luckier. He was one of the final five guys up for the part, but none of them were quite right. My manager said, ‘If you liked Liam, maybe you’ll also like his older brother.’ This time, I was pissed off. I didn’t care about Shakespeare anymore; swagger got me the part.”

Cate Blanchett in Blue Jasmine
“For a lot of women, clothes don’t reflect who they are—but who they want to be. The wardrobe of my character in Blue Jasmine is the last vestige of her former life as a wealthy lady. She loses everything when her husband’s shady business is exposed, and I spent a lot of time thinking about which clothes she would hide from the Feds. I knew she would keep her Chanel jacket. It might be somewhat frayed, but she needed to use it as a mask.”

Michael Shannon in The Iceman and 
Man of Steel
“I kind of fell into acting in high school. I did it because I really enjoyed taking a break from being myself. When I was young, they always gave me fatherly parts. There were other tall dudes, but they said, ‘You could be the old guy.’ I guess it’s because I’m naturally crotchety.”

Chiwetel Ejiofor in 12 Years a Slave
“Steve McQueen called me up one day and said, ‘I want you to do this thing.’ It was 12 Years a Slave. He couldn’t believe that I didn’t immediately say yes, that there was any conversation to be had. But it wasn’t an easy yes. I needed to read the book. And while I was reading, I slipped down the rabbit hole. It took me a while to get out. I finished the book in floods of tears. Only then did I say yes.”

Julie Delpy in Before Midnight
“In Before Midnight, I show my breasts. I decided, Okay, it has to be like I’m alone in the room with my boyfriend. I blocked out the fact that I was topless, and I worked all day 
on the set with my breasts showing. I never put on a robe, even between takes.”

Mickey Sumner in Frances Ha
“The first movie I saw in a theater was Raiders 
of the Lost Ark. My dad picked us all up from school and took us. It was also the first time I was allowed to drink Coca-Cola. The movie terrified me: Everyone burned. But Harrison Ford was just so gorgeous. That and the Coca-Cola made up for my terror.”

Penelope Cruz in Twice Born
“I have made five films with Pedro Almodóvar, and in four 
of those movies, I am pregnant and have a baby. Now that I’m 
a mother, I would play those delivery scenes differently. Before, I would scream very loud during the birth. Now that I’ve actually had children, I would show 
more pain and scream less. It sounds backwards and may be 
less dramatic, but more pain, smaller screaming is the reality.”

Bruce Dern in Nebraska
“My parents did not approve of my career. My mother said, ‘You might think you’re doing entertaining films, but I can’t take your grandfather to 
The Trip. He doesn’t even know what LSD is, and that’s what the movie is about. And why, oh, why would you be
on a motorcycle in nine consecutive 
films? Why can’t you be like Henry Fonda?’ And, full circle: The director Alexander Payne’s first choice for my character in Nebraska was Henry Fonda. He wasn’t here, so I lucked out.”

Jared Leto in Dallas Buyers Club
“I was in character throughout the shooting of Dallas Buyers Club, and the world would react to me as a man dressed as a woman. One day, on a break, I walked through Whole Foods. I got three distinct looks: Who is that?, What is that?, and I don’t know what that is, but I don’t like it.”

Greta Gerwig in Frances Ha
“When I was 12, I realized that I would never be a professional dancer. In ballet, if your body is not right, it becomes self-flagellation, which is, I guess, its own pleasure, but that wasn’t enough for me. Before I quit, I played Clara in The Nutcracker with the Sacramento Ballet, which was a very big deal. My teacher said to me, ‘You know, they only gave you the part because of your personality.’ For the rest of my life, that tape has been in my head: I feel like everything I’ve achieved was because of my personality, rather than my ability.”

Jonah Hill in The Wolf of Wall Street
“Goodfellas is the reason I make movies, and when I heard that there was a part in a [Martin] Scorsese movie that I would be great for, I said I would die to do it. I flew to New York to read for him. They took me into the audition room, and the air conditioner was busted and it was about 100 degrees. I started pouring sweat. I was literally dripping, but
I couldn’t decide whether to be über polite and say nothing or complain. 
I finally told Scorsese that it was 
too hot to concentrate, and he let me read the scenes in his refrigerated office. I was like, All right, no turning back. Afterward, I didn’t care whether or not I got the role. 
I walked all the way home from uptown to downtown thinking, That was the greatest thing ever.”

Dane Dehaan in Kill Your Darlings
“When I auditioned for Lucien Carr in Kill Your Darlings, I felt it would be helpful if I dressed the part. I think it’s useful to have the air of the character about you—I try to fool the director into thinking that’s who I am. For Lucien, I was preppy and snarky. At the end of my audition, the director asked, ‘What are you doing in February?’ I looked at him and said, ‘You tell me’—that was very Lucien Carr. The director later told me 
that my response was one of the main reasons he cast me.”

Scarlett Johansson in Her
“My character, Samantha, doesn’t have a body. She’s just a voice. And yet the vocal work was extremely intimate. I spent all of my hours in a little sound booth, and when I spoke the sex scenes, the windows definitely fogged up. Spike [Jonze, the director] knocked on the door and asked, ‘Whoa—are you okay?’ I said, ‘I just want to throw a little heat into this life.’ ”

Ben Foster in Kill Your Darlings, Lone Survivor, and Ain’t Them Bodies Saints
“I like being around soldiers. I like people—policemen, enlisted men—who have a warrior ethos. Forget the politics; these men are noble. By playing soldiers, I’m proud to say, I’ve become a good shot. Making a movie is not like war. No one’s claiming it’s war, but when you take out a target at 300 yards, it feels pretty damn good. It’s like a drug. Having said that, I wish somebody would cast me in a romantic comedy.”

Shailene Woodley in The Spectacular Now
“When I saw Titanic, I wasn’t allowed to look when Kate Winslet took her robe off and posed naked for Leonardo DiCaprio. My parents were in the room, and they made me turn my face so that I didn’t see her breasts. We had French doors to our backyard, and 
I could see the scene reflected in the glass. I remember thinking, Oh, my God—one day I’m going to have those, and it’s so exciting.”

Amanda Seyfried in Lovelace
“Deep Throat is a disgusting film. It’s not artistic, even though 
it was the first feature-length 
porn movie to be released in theaters. It does have a plot, which
 is funny. But the long scenes 
of people having sex were not interesting to me. I watched 20 minutes, and that was enough.”

Oprah Winfrey in Lee Daniels’ The Butler
“My first crush at the movies was on Robert Duvall 
in The Godfather. He’s really the unsung hero of the film, the stabilizer of the family. He keeps everybody going, and he knows all the secrets, but he has his own sense of honor and dignity. 
I love that. I loved him.”

Jake Gylienhaal in Prisoners
“The first movie I remember seeing was Gigi. My mother and sister sort of forced me to watch it when I was
4 or 5. I remember Gigi getting drunk and being unclear about why her behavior was suddenly so erratic. I remember thinking, Why is this person acting so strangely? As 
for her being a prostitute, that I 
got immediately.”
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lestat 7th-Jan-2014 08:43 am (UTC)
no @ jlaw's hair tho the photography style isn't doing her favors. i love scarjo's photo, convinced that satan dick is actually dorian grey, and lawd gyllenhaal cheekbones. :/ also shailene can fuck right off with that photo, penelope didn't need to be so washed out, and dane dehaan is still leo's serial killer brother to me.

Edited at 2014-01-07 08:44 am (UTC)
redheadbynight 7th-Jan-2014 08:44 am (UTC)
are they gonna win some kind of award for Worst Photography Ever? Jesus Christ
lestat 7th-Jan-2014 08:45 am (UTC)
mte whoever did this shoot tried their damndest to make everyone but lupita look hideous
morgan90 7th-Jan-2014 09:00 am (UTC)
Lupita could be wearing a garbage bag and still look ethereal
peggybundy 7th-Jan-2014 08:47 am (UTC)
srsly! what the hell are these angles and lightning/filters likeeee ew
firefoxyk 7th-Jan-2014 08:51 am (UTC)
well at least this years pictures are better then the ones from the previous year. everyone looked like hell last year
flawedinsomniac 7th-Jan-2014 09:33 am (UTC)
these pictures are just so sleazy and unappealing
lvashkov 7th-Jan-2014 10:09 am (UTC)
mte i'm so sick of how every single film related shoot tries to ~recapture~ old hollywood
rockstarsex 7th-Jan-2014 10:11 am (UTC)
lmao some of them look like uncle terry shots tbh
nalaa1906 7th-Jan-2014 12:25 pm (UTC)
igbywentdown 7th-Jan-2014 02:00 pm (UTC)
seriously, what the fuck is this mess?
ectypes 7th-Jan-2014 02:13 pm (UTC)
i think that's the point.... like those old marc jacobs ads
muzicnem 7th-Jan-2014 02:41 pm (UTC)
IKR like this is obnoxiously offensive
ms_mmelissa 7th-Jan-2014 02:42 pm (UTC)
That’s Juergen Teller’s style though.
sandstorm 7th-Jan-2014 02:55 pm (UTC)
I'm laughing at how obnoxiously BRIGHT and STARTLED everyone looks .
litebritepeg 7th-Jan-2014 03:15 pm (UTC)
Ikr I was just going through the pictures thinking these are hideous. They even tried to make my girl Lupita look awkward but since she's a flawless qween it wasn't possible. Some of these look like bad outtakes from my senior portraits mixed with Uncle Terry realness.
ophiodeiros 7th-Jan-2014 03:16 pm (UTC)
i like Teller's aesthetics purely because they show how average looking stars really are.
felixdharma 7th-Jan-2014 03:20 pm (UTC)
I actually like it a lot. I'ts very simple, which is uncommon for these people and us to see.
megisthesex 7th-Jan-2014 04:58 pm (UTC)
you know the point of this is for them NOT to look that great right?
amosharvey 7th-Jan-2014 09:52 pm (UTC)
i actually like all of them except for cate, what kind of joker realness
lovely_tunes 7th-Jan-2014 11:22 pm (UTC)
that's why i hate Jürgen and never got his style...
peggybundy 7th-Jan-2014 08:47 am (UTC)
lupita's cover is the best omg *___*

i also love that emma thompson shot

the other pics aren't doing it for me~
aotearoagal 7th-Jan-2014 08:48 am (UTC)
JLaw looks startled. Like a holiday snap she didn't know her mum was taking.

Edited at 2014-01-07 08:49 am (UTC)
crucified 7th-Jan-2014 08:49 am (UTC)
JLaw's pictures are hideous and that story made me roll my eyes so fucking hard.
brucelynn 7th-Jan-2014 08:50 am (UTC)
rainbowtomatoe 7th-Jan-2014 08:50 am (UTC)
someone got paid to take these pictures? absolutely awful.
redheadbynight 7th-Jan-2014 08:51 am (UTC)
I'm horrified like, for real horrified. These all look like 70s crime scenes omg 'lashkdf;ahsdfasdf Amy Adams especially how could they let you do that to you

I assume Juergen Teller is from the Terry Richardson School of Sketch Photography
peggybundy 7th-Jan-2014 08:55 am (UTC)
mte how do u make goddess cate look this bad?? i'm stunned right there w/ u lol
bossm 7th-Jan-2014 11:26 am (UTC)
Yeah. Especially her. She looks so amazing and they butchered her look.
benjuicy 7th-Jan-2014 09:42 am (UTC)
jeurgen is far more superior
sofiascarlett 7th-Jan-2014 01:03 pm (UTC)
No, Juergen started out way before Terry did. Juergen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> dog shit >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Terry
immaflirt 7th-Jan-2014 02:51 pm (UTC)
Excuse me, Juergen is a god.
ophiodeiros 7th-Jan-2014 03:21 pm (UTC)
he used to do good fashion shots with erotica flair tho. not so much now
peggybundy 7th-Jan-2014 08:54 am (UTC)
"You are supposed to kick the dress out while you walk, and I totally forgot because I was thinking about cake! And that’s why I fell.”

crucified 7th-Jan-2014 08:57 am (UTC)
redheadbynight 7th-Jan-2014 09:02 am (UTC)
smh @ this moron
doncheadle 7th-Jan-2014 09:07 am (UTC)
why must she be the way that she is
summerswings 8th-Jan-2014 04:58 pm (UTC)
If I was in a room with hitler bin laden and Jen Lawrence and I had a gun with two bullets, I'd shoot Jennifer Lawrence twice. 
so_chic_doll 7th-Jan-2014 09:11 am (UTC)
cake isn't even that good.

now brownies...
giant_totoro 7th-Jan-2014 09:13 am (UTC)
jesus christ
agentnever 7th-Jan-2014 09:35 am (UTC)
vvisions 7th-Jan-2014 09:40 am (UTC)
she's so fucking embarrassing.
jiggle_jingles8 7th-Jan-2014 09:44 am (UTC)
RME. She doesn't even annoy me usually, but she is staring to work on my nerves.
bienenkiste 7th-Jan-2014 09:51 am (UTC)
MTE rme
camillesaens 7th-Jan-2014 10:00 am (UTC)
lol ikr
mmartymcfly 7th-Jan-2014 10:08 am (UTC)
mte lol. i usually don't mind her but that shtick is getting old.
mrcumberbatch 7th-Jan-2014 10:30 am (UTC)
sounds like something someone would say if they were trying to parody her lmao
rightbackatu 7th-Jan-2014 11:41 am (UTC)
Her sense of humor is so middle america its no wonder shes so marketable.
missyxxmisch 7th-Jan-2014 11:55 am (UTC)
omfg jen. Even I cringed at that. Felt way too forced. But I may change my mind if I read the whole article or whatever it is.
oracularist 7th-Jan-2014 12:54 pm (UTC)
THIS is annoying people? wow
ohyoudo 7th-Jan-2014 02:46 pm (UTC)
yeah like stop
imabadkid 7th-Jan-2014 03:12 pm (UTC)
~~she's so relatable and rill~~
avantgaurdian1 7th-Jan-2014 03:55 pm (UTC)
mte. such a fucking joke…
goldengal1193 7th-Jan-2014 04:24 pm (UTC)
Loooool! I love her....but what the hell?
goofusgallant 7th-Jan-2014 04:41 pm (UTC)
lol mte
wild_poppies 7th-Jan-2014 05:57 pm (UTC)
lol smh
hautekills 7th-Jan-2014 06:19 pm (UTC)
lol mte
assviolator 7th-Jan-2014 07:18 pm (UTC)
ugh even if her comments are dumb, she is literally so harmless and here are a bunch of people getting worked up about her wtf
thebloomroom 8th-Jan-2014 04:47 am (UTC)
samrockwell 7th-Jan-2014 08:54 am (UTC)
that picture of michael b jordan is so out of place
lestat 7th-Jan-2014 08:55 am (UTC)
MTE its so ?????????????
mistress_f 7th-Jan-2014 09:05 am (UTC)
yeah i don't understand. did teller shoot that one as well? cause it just looks random as fuck and way out of his style
doncheadle 7th-Jan-2014 09:06 am (UTC)
mte everyone's a washed out mess and he's just randomly on a car??? did he not show that day or
mistress_f 7th-Jan-2014 08:58 am (UTC)
W is truly the best mainstream fashion mag out there at the moment. I love when Teller shoots celebrities cause the result is always unusual and refreshing.
Jake gyllenhaal looks like hell, and so does matthew mcconaughey still - they're gonna fuck up their looks forever. Nope @ jonah hill - yesss @ idris, chiwetel, dane dehaan. Ben foster always looks like a crazy sociopath to me, that photo isn't helping. Julie delpy looks amazing
proleptical 7th-Jan-2014 09:07 am (UTC)
when i look at actors like jake, matthew, and like leto and bale who have done the whole losing/gaining weight really fast more than once, i just wonder how fucked up their bodies must be. that can't be healthy at all.
mistress_f 7th-Jan-2014 09:12 am (UTC)
yeah it really isn't. tom hardy complained about how it's damaging to your heart and overall health so he said he won't do that anymore... it must really fuck you up. but i mean, cbale / tom hardy and jared leto re-gained their old features back, while matthew (and jake, but i think he's still shooting?) still looks sickly and weird in the face. idk
bienenkiste 7th-Jan-2014 09:53 am (UTC)
IIRC Jared still has some long term health issues (or at least had to deal w/ them for quite a while) after the weight gain/loss he went through for chapter 27
anderbobo 7th-Jan-2014 02:44 pm (UTC)
I don't understand how Christian Bale and Matthew can starve and then go back to super built, like that just seems impossible to me, especially since they admit to starving themselves, your body doesn't just take those newfound calories and put them towards muscle growth, that shit goes right to fat! There has to be some hollywood voodoo magic going on.
mrspeacock12 7th-Jan-2014 03:14 pm (UTC)
So true. I worry for their organs & faces & health etc etc
redheadbynight 7th-Jan-2014 09:12 am (UTC)
ia with you on W but this shit is not cute in any iteration
queer_bee 7th-Jan-2014 04:48 pm (UTC)
Finally, someone who understands Teller's style of photography and aesthetic. That dude is a fucking legend.

I'm laughing at all the comments here.
dfabb 7th-Jan-2014 09:00 am (UTC)
lupita is stunning. <3
liferekindled 7th-Jan-2014 09:01 am (UTC)
What in the natural fuck is going in all of these photos but Lupita's? I just don't understand, it's like someone said "it's take the best actors of the year and give them really shitty photographs for our magazine and we can say that we ~honored~ them"

I am here for Michael B Jordan talking about his penis though.
fauxparadiso 7th-Jan-2014 09:01 am (UTC)

title or description
jiggle_jingles8 7th-Jan-2014 09:50 am (UTC)
Brie very much so deserves more attention for 'Short Term 12'.
fauxparadiso 7th-Jan-2014 09:52 am (UTC)
Yeah but not while looking like the crackbaby offspring of Miley and Kesha.
degsassy 8th-Jan-2014 07:25 am (UTC)
late, but where is this from?
morgan90 7th-Jan-2014 09:01 am (UTC)

What is the narrative behind this picture, like "I just got out of the shower and fell in my garden"

Edited at 2014-01-07 09:01 am (UTC)
so_chic_doll 7th-Jan-2014 09:10 am (UTC)
It looks like J-law tripped her, she fell into a pool, and started chasing after her. During the chase, she fell again onto the ground and is now in despair as she watches J-law get away.

liferekindled 7th-Jan-2014 09:16 am (UTC)

DEATH! Poor Amy, she hasn't won a single individual award for her performance in American Hustle. She is like the Susan Lucci of the Oscars or maybe she is the new Glenn Close.
redheadbynight 7th-Jan-2014 09:11 am (UTC)
watching dem awards slip away from her
milkradio 7th-Jan-2014 09:22 am (UTC)
It looks like she got drunk and passed out in the garden and now she's waking up like "What the fuck happened last night? WHAT FUCKING TIME IS IT?"

(i still love u, amy)
adalmin 7th-Jan-2014 09:54 am (UTC)
It's a Cindy Sherman reference.

xlightningboltx 7th-Jan-2014 09:56 am (UTC)
they done her so wrong
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