Jennifer Lopez‘s “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” character has just launched her own blog – Holly’s Baby Blog - and released these two pics of her from the film, with Brazilian heartthrob “husband” Rodrigo Santoro.
Photo by Melissa Moseley
A little different than the image of Miss Lopez gracing the cover of V Magazine:
Jon Hamm, best known for his role as Don Draper in AMC’s “Mad Men,” taps into his goofier side for an editorial in the May 2012 issue of Esquire UK. The actor may show a comedic side through the photos, but through an interview with the magazine, he discusses his past and how that unconsciously helps him play Draper.
“If the audience is picking up on some kind of ‘lost’ vibe I’m giving out, then great. I hope that lends a deeper resonance. It’s not anything I’m doing consciously,” he said. “All we can do as actors is bring our own personal experience to the role. My mother died when I was 10, so I did have far more experience of being raised outside my family than I had from my own home, probably. But who cares?”
Hamm even touches on the phenomenon of the Draper movement, saying, “That whole ‘Be Don Draper’ thing, I feel it’s sad. This is a fundamentally f*cked up human being.”
Check out more photos of Jon Hamm in Esquire UK below.
Salma Hayek is stunningly chic on the cover of Lucky magazine. In the accompanying interview, the Hollywood celebrity and former Mexican soap star opened up to journalist Jean Godfrey-June about her own struggles in her mid-20s with acne.
“I had acne. And this acne was so bad, it sent me into a severe, severe depression. Like I couldn’t leave the house. I’d wake up in the morning and lie there and touch my face before I got up, just to prepare myself to look in the mirror,” she said. Hayek also admitted to using Accutane. “I didn’t want to, but it cured it. Since then my skin’s forever sensitive and dry.”
Luckily for Hayek, though, no one would have guessed her acne troubles, as the natural beauty wows in a Parisian-themed spread shot by Patrick DeMarchelier for Lucky. Check out the gallery below to see the romantic photos.
Actress Emily Blunt rocks designer labels in the first new issue of TIME Style and Design Magazine since 2009. Blunt’s perfect pink-painted pout and vintage aesthetic are signature elements of the photo shoot.
Rick Stengal, the managing editor of TIME, admitted he chose Blunt to cover the new issue because “I thought she was great in ‘The Devil Wears Prada,’ and you know, she’s not hard to look at.”
When asked about the inspiration for the pictorial, photographer Peter Hapak said, “I wanted to create something that didn’t feel earthy. So I asked her to imagine that she was in outer space, where she was experiencing different noises and light and trying to get along in this new space.”
Check out the rest of the photo shoot in the gallery below. Will you be buying the new issue of TIME Style and Design?
Keira Knightley rocks the slicked-back look on the front of Interview Magazine’s April 2012 issue. The actress, who starred in “A Dangerous Method” and “Anna Karenina,” was interviewed by director David Cronenberg and admitted that when it comes to her roles, she does have a preference.
“If I had to make a choice, it would be to do the performance-based pieces, which, generally speaking, are the less technical pieces,” she said. “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 to do 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.”
Check out the gallery below to see more sizzling photos of Keira Knightley in Interview magazine.