Pretty Little Liars actor Julian Morris is featured in the latest issue of Mr. Porter magazine. While the actor might best be known for his recurring role on The CW show, Morris has experimented with his work and has been featured in everything from sexually-driven love stories to slasher films.
Cory Monteith worked on two films before his tragic passing last month. In “McCanick,” Monteith plays a tormented drug dealer. In the second film, “All The Wrong Reasons,” he plays a department store manager who is struggling to find intimacy with his wife.
Upton was photographed by Sebastian Faena in the bedroom, a subway station and a cafe for the Muse editorial, which is appropriately titled “Blonde Bombshell.” Each shot exudes retro sensuality, especially the black-and-white images.
Check out more photos of Kate Upton in Muse below. Do you think Upton makes a convincing Marilyn doppelganger?
Megan Fox is on the cover of two Modern Luxury magazines’ March issues: Miami and Angeleno. In the accompanying interview, Fox talks about her childhood, personality and ideal superhero power.
Despite Fox’s reputation as a sex symbol, she admitted that growing up, “I was never the pretty girl.” She attributes her “loner” youth to her “obnoxious” and “abrasive” personality.
The actress also revealed that if given the opportunity to be a superhero, her secret power would be invisibility. “It’s how you gain the most advantage, at least in practical situations,” she added. “I would also need super strength, but that’s a given.”
Check out more photos of Megan Fox in Angeleno and Miami below, and read her full interview here.
Dolores and Carmen Chaplin paid homage to Charlie Chaplin on the 40th anniversary of his Honorary Oscar, received “for the enduring effect he had in making motion pictures the art form of this century.”
Presented by luxury watch sponsor Jaeger-LeCoultre at the famous/infamous Chateau Marmont on the Sunset Strip, attendees included Oscar-nominee Jessica Chastain (The Help, Tree of Life), Bond girl Olga Kurylenko, Kate Bosworth and boyfriend/filmmaker Michael Polish, Julie Delpy, Paz Vega and others.
These photos of “Private Practice” actress Kate Walsh in the March 2012 issue of Shape magazine are leaving tongues wagging all over the blogosphere. Walsh said of her choice to strip down for the cover, “I was terrified, but I really wanted to do a naked cover — especially with Shape, because the magazine is about loving yourself inside and out.”
In the accompanying feature, Walsh admitted that she’s not a fan of diets or plastic surgery. Speaking about the former, she said, “I’d rather have a smaller serving of something amazing than a plateful of diet food.” And of the latter, she quipped, “We live in a strange time when getting plastic surgery is as common as dying your hair, but in my profession, I need a malleable face.”
Check out the other two photos from Kate Walsh’s Shape magazine editorial below.
Vogue magazine profiled Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci for its March 2012 issue alongside five of his muses: Kanye West, Liv Tyler, Florence Welch, Liya Kebede and Karolina Kurkova. The editorial is titled “Tisci’s Time” and includes his memories of working with Jay-Z and West on their “Watch the Throne” album.
“I was a little bit scared,” said Tisci, “because I’m not an artist of graphic artist.” He described the creative process as “like a family giving opinions to each other, sharing — which is something that fashion is missing.”
Check out more photos of Tisci with his muses below, and be sure to check out cover model Adele‘s photo shoot for the mag here.
Kate Upton and Jon Hamm share the fold-out cover of the Esquire March 2012 issue, and in the accompanying interview, the buxom blonde revealed that she’s not worried about being typecast as a pin-up.
“I do have a bikini body, and I’m proud of it,” she said. “So if I get pegged as a bikini girl, that’s fine, and that can still translate into acting or other areas. But, no, I don’t wanna be doing bikini shoots my whole life.”
She also discussed why she thought the video of her dancing at a Clippers game went viral (see that video below). “People want to see personality,” she explained. “Otherwise they make assumptions, like, [she gestures toward her breasts] ‘Yeah, she’s pretty, but she’s probably a b*tch.’ That’s why everyone likes the video. It’s me. It wasn’t planned for Twitter or YouTube. It’s, like, real.”