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Kirsten Dunst Says 'Woodshock' Has Been in the Works for Years

Kirsten Dunst is featured on the cover of C Magazine‘s October 2017 issue.

Here is what the 35-year-old actress had to share about making her movie Woodshock with directors Laura and Kate Mulleavy, the Rodarte designers:

On working with the Mulleavy sisters: “Well, I’ve known their work for so long as fashion designers, and every runway show feels like its own film. So, for me, they were making films already, and when it came to this film, we had prepared it together very intimately before we went out to shoot it. Once we were there, we were so emotionally in tune with each other. I was just impressed about how it felt like second nature to the both of them and I didn’t feel like I was working with some inexperienced director. I think that most directors’ first films are their best work.”

On how she prepared for the role: “I had just finished Fargo when I read the final draft of the script. I knew it was going to be an emotional journey, so I went into my own way of working with the lady that I collaborate with. I hate to call her [an acting coach] because she’s so much more than that. It’s not like we run scenes or lines; it’s more about trying to understand the unconscious mind and using dreams, books, discussions and songs to make this character as rich as possible. It’s a little like creative therapy.”

On her first impression of the script: “Well, this started a long time ago, back in 2010. Laura, Kate and I were in Italy (they were doing a show at Pitti Uomo). We were up one night and they were like, ‘We’ve been writing.’ It was actually a short period film at the time, and we read it knowing that we wanted to make something together. It was something we talked about for years before we actually made it.”

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Maggie Gyllenhaal Discusses Challenges of Playing a Prostitute

Maggie Gyllenhaal is playing the role of sex worker in the new HBO series The Deuce and she’s opening up to Harper’s Bazaar about the challenges of the character.

The 39-year-old actress is joined in her office-themed photo shoot by model Eric Rutherford. The shoot took place at Hearst Tower in New York City.

“I think that, in many cases, being a prostitute requires a huge amount of disassociation,” Maggie told the mag. “I think it’s very difficult to keep your mind intact and awake, and vibrant, when you have to disassociate so much. Not impossible, clearly, because some of the women that I talked to were totally able to do it, but I think a lot of people aren’t, and I think the consequences can be really dire.”

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Call Me By Your Name's Armie Hammer & Timothee Chalamet Cover 'GQ Style'

Armie Hammer is the “man of power” on the cover of GQ Style‘s new issue, out on newsstands this Thursday (September 21).

The 31-year-old actor and his Call Me By Your Name co-star Timothee Chalamet each have their own covers for the issue. Here is what the shared with the mag:

Armie on being nervous about filming the movie: “I was terrified before we were going to do it. I wouldn’t say it out loud… But I was nervous. This was a new experience. Having to free yourself so completely while being naked with a man in front of a room full of people, when you think about the prospect of that, it sounds really difficult. But when you’re there doing it, it’s incredible easy. So, the build-up was a lot more intense than the actual filming.”

Timothee on filming the infamous peach scene: “I remember eating a peach maybe a week after that scene and thinking, ‘Oh, we did a scene with this fruit.’ I didn’t have it to the degree I do now but just from flicking around online, that’s the scene that’s consistently highlighted itself. It’s funny because now I’m about as aware of that as I could be. When we were shooting that scene, you know, sometimes I really would forget that the camera was there. By the time we did that scene it was almost like an out of body experience.”

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Kim Kardashian's Daughter North Gave Her This Gift to Keep Her Safe in Paris

Kim Kardashian is on the cover of Allure magazine’s Best of Beauty October 2017 issue, on newsstands September 26.

Here’s what the 36-year-old reality star had to share with the mag:

On how her and Kanye West keep grounded: “We don’t do gifts…. [Kanye and I] talk about it all the time, about not getting too much and trying to be as grounded and well rounded as possible….I don’t like presents anymore. We just did absolutely nothing [for our anniversary]. We spent two days in Santa Barbara, and we slept…You know what? I think we went to IHOP. That’s what we did.”

On stripping down for photo shoots: “I’m like, I’m going to tone it down. But then I’m like, Wait, I can’t be doing it in 10 years, so—I might as well. I don’t know what the age cutoff is.”

On the gift North West gave her after her Paris robbery: “She gave me a little plastic treasure box, and she put her little jewels in it—like fake little plastic jewels—and she was like, ‘Mommy, this will keep you safe when you go to Paris.’ To have something really sweet like that is more important to me than all the jewelry.”

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Lorde Opens Up About Becoming an Adult: 'I Just Couldn't Write It All Down Fast Enough'

Lorde looks stunning on the cover of Vogue Australia‘s October 2017 issue, on sale September 25.

Here’s what the 20-year-old “Perfect Places” singer had to share with the mag:

On releasing her debut album (Pure Heroine) at 16 and the constant fuss made over her age: “The hard thing was when people would ask me: ‘Do you feel 16?’ and I’m like: ‘I don’t know, I’ve never been 40.’ It was really confusing.”

“People decided that I was the teenage perspective. They’d be like: ‘Oh, well, it’s not really, because it’s not covering this sort of thing’ and I was like: ‘Ah, I’m just one kid! I can’t be everybody’s voice, you know,’” she says, speaking more out of respect to the gravitas of such a title. She knew she was in a unique position. “It was an interesting thing, and especially because I felt like my writing was so specific and so personal, and people did really take it to be this much wider thing, which is super- flattering.”

On the release of Melodrama reflecting a gear change in her life: “I basically turned 19 and the world was like: ‘Alright, we’re going to toss everything up in the air and it’s all going to come down in a really crazy way.’ All of a sudden I moved out of home, I went through a break- up,” she says of splitting with her boyfriend of three years, photographer James Lowe. “It felt like every day and every night I was totally having my mind blown by all these new things. I really felt like a young adult for the first time, kind of socially … That period was so creative I just was like: ‘Oh, my God.’ I just couldn’t write it all down fast enough. So that’s very much what the record centered around.”

“The whole time I was writing it (Melodrama) I was going out a lot, I was partying a lot, I was going to a lot of shows. I wanted to just be dancing all the time. It was almost like I just want to make the stuff that I want to dance to on Saturday or whatever, which was a super-new thing for me. I think as you do grow up, you go through a break-up and be like: ‘I just don’t want to think about it and I want to drink tequila and dance to Nelly Furtado.’”

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Dakota Johnson Covers 'Vogue Spain' in a Bedazzled Bodysuit!

Dakota Johnson hides partially behind a door while wearing a bedazzled bodysuit for the cover of Vogue Spain‘s October 2017 issue, on newsstands September 19.

Here is what the 27-year-old Fifty Shades actress had to share with the mag:

On being exposed to the public’s opinion: “It’s like an incessant mosquito noise. Very weird. People feeling the need not only to judge everyone all the time but also to pronounce themselves on it, it’s extremely boring. A waste of energy and time.”

On Gucci designer Alessandro Michele: “We met a couple of times and we became friends. I love his designs, I feel great in his clothes and I think we just like each other.”

On producing: “I read a lot, and I have found many articles and books that I’d like to turn into films. My interests are very specific, and I want to see certain women acting on screen and drawing attention to some particular issues.”

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Heidi Montag Strips Down For Pregnancy Shoot for 'The Fullest'

Heidi Montag shows off her baby bump on the cover of The Fullest‘s Fall/Winter issue, available September 21st.

Here’s what the 31-year-old pregnant reality star had to share with the mag:

On being the villan on The Hills with husband Spencer Pratt: “I was always a very confident person and slowly it just kind of chiseled away at me, especially with MTV making Lauren [Conrad] the sweetheart and trying to villainize us. They were manipulating things the whole time and then suddenly you’re the bad guy and you don’t even have the platform to say the truth because MTV has so much more power. It’s a mafia. They controlled the press and the media…we were just two rogue agents.”

On why they’re not “Kardashian famous” now: “We didn’t have co-stars that stuck together. Everyone secretly didn’t like each other and everyone was fighting. When you have a family that sticks together it’s different; the Kardashians are a huge cast that has each others backs. If we would have banded together who knows where we’d all be?”

On the couple’s financial hardship following The Hills: “We were irresponsible. Learning finances was hard and humiliating. But at the same time, really liberating and put us in a good grounding position. It really took me back to an appreciation for every dollar.”

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