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Emily Blunt Hates the Word 'Likable': 'Women Are Held to What a Man Considers a Feminine Ideal'

Emily Blunt takes the cover of THR with The Girl on the Train author Paula Hawkins.

Here’s what the 33-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On women in Hollywood: “Women are held to what a man considers a feminine ideal. You have to be pretty. You have to be ‘likable,’ which is my least favorite bloody word in the industry.”

On her Girl on the Train character: “It turned out to be a much more physical role than I had anticipated. She gets in a fair few tussles and gets knocked around a bit by various characters. Justin guessed because we’re very good friends. We were going over the final sequence, and I was being a bit wussy about some of the stunts. He pulled me aside and was, ‘What is with you? Are you pregnant?’ And I was like, ‘Yes.’”

Paula, on Emily playing Rachel in the movie: “People say, ‘Oh, she’s way too beautiful to play her.’ But that doesn’t matter. The thing about Rachel is her self-loathing, about what she feels about herself, and Emily really brought that out in the way she carries herself. All that damage is visible.”

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Tom Hiddleston Wears Leather, Jumpsuits, & More for Sexy 'Interview' Magazine Cover Shoot

Tom Hiddleston gives us a peek into his wide eyes on the cover of Interview magazine‘s October 2016 issue, on newsstands October 4.

The 35-year-old actor posed for a sexy photo shoot that includes leather clothing, jumpsuit uniforms, and more. Here is what the Kong: Skull Island actor had to share with the mag:

On reprising his role as Loki: “I genuinely enjoy [playing Loki]. I think I wouldn’t do it if the writing wasn’t so good, if I wasn’t being asked to do different things with the character. It really depends on what the obstacles and objectives are.”

On spirituality and feeling centered: “You’ve got to do something, even if it’s just to kick-start the day. I use music. And running. I find that, when I’m working, if I start the day with a run—outside, not in a gym, but just me out there in the elements, with only my own legs to propel me forward … It’s something to do with just being in the world and getting out of my own head.”

On his fears: “Mine is regret. I fear looking back and wishing I had done things I hadn’t.”

Interviewer Benedict Cumberbatch on not bringing up Taylor Swift: “And there’s another weight of us being in the public eye, which is this presumption that, because your work and your promotion work is very public, your private life should be, too. And, without getting into a huge debate, I just want to say that I’m not going to ask questions about my friend’s personal life just because there are unsolicited photographs of him and a certain someone, in a relationship or together. I’m not going to get into that. So that door is closed, dear reader… I know you’d do the same for me.”

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Naya Rivera Opens Up About Being a Mom in 'VVV Magazine'

Naya Rivera looks gorgeous in a shot from her spread in VVV Magazine‘s Fall/Winter issue, available now.

Here’s what the 29-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On how being a mom has changed her: “I still feel like the same me but…now I have different priorities. Having someone else to look out for other than myself is a really beautiful thing, it gives you a whole new dimension of joy, and elevates your life in so many ways.”

On what she’d be doing if she wasn’t an actress: “I’d probably be a writer in some form, either songwriting or screenplays. I really love writing and…that’s one of the reasons I really wanted to write my book.”

On what she has coming up next: “There’s a lot in the air, but to be honest I’m taking some time to figure out exactly which project I really want to do next. Being a mom, which I love, certainly changes your priorities. As much as I love singing, dancing and acting I really want to find a new balance between my work and my family life. My son Josey is now my number one priority, which eliminates all those long location projects.”

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Weighs In on Possible 'Hamilton' Movie

Lin-Manuel Miranda takes the cover of Variety magazine’s new issue.

Here’s what the 36-year-old Hamilton creator had to share with the mag:

On a possible Hamilton movie: “I haven’t had one meeting with one director. It’s something that I’m really trying to keep out of my mind until much later.”

On upcoming projects: “I think some of them might be movies, and some of them might be the germ of a TV series, and one of them might be a stage show.”

On the upcoming election: “I support Hillary, but my focus really is on getting out the vote,” he says. “People who support my candidate are gonna come out. People who do not support my candidate are gonna come out. But the more people vote, the more I think we all feel OK as a nation about who wins.”

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Nick Jonas' Sex Life Has Changed the Way He Writes Songs

Nick Jonas looks handsome while on the cover of Wonderland magazine’s Autumn 2016 fashion issue, on stands now.

Here’s what the 24-year-old singer and actor had to share with the mag:

On his music being more personal than ever: “I am way more connected to my music when it comes from a personal place, and so I wanted to find a way to present those stories and lay them out. I really want to see this music resonate with people. The great skill with an artist is to make this music and see it come alive live, too.”

On how having sex changed the way he wrote songs: “Sexuality is important, as an artist, to embrace and use it as ammunition in your creative life, and understanding that part of your life and how it makes you feel. Anytime I approach writing a song I think about that fact that since I started having sex, my creative life changed dramatically and my ability to write a song with more genuine depth, more reality.”

On one of his proudest moments: “Recently I was back at the White House for our president’s birthday celebration, and it was great moment to be there eight years after the inauguration. Stevie Wonder was there, who thanked me for embracing soul into my music. Me and my brothers played with him back at the Grammys in 2009, and he said that he remembered how soulful I was then, and that he was glad I’d stuck with it. That was pretty cool.”

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Lea Michele Invites Fans Into Her House for InStyle's Home & Design Issue!

Lea Michele poses in her living room of the cover of InStyle‘s special Home and Design issue, on stands September 30.

Here’s what the 30-year-old Scream Queens star had to share with the mag:

On preferring to a night-in at home: “I’m a homebody. I’m not a party girl. I’ve never been that. Trust me, I love to go out and share a nice bottle of wine with some friends over a delicious meal, but my perfect night is at home with people I love.”

On her close relationship with her parents: “My mom and dad have done so much for me and helped me along the way immensely, both logistically and emotionally. Opening my home to them and treating them to a beautiful, relaxing time makes me happy.”

On wanting to have a family: “I am so looking forward to having a big family and being a mom, though I’m in no rush. The thing that I’m the most happy about is that I wake up every day feeling content, just me. I’ve never really had that before. I think once you find that, then all the things you want in life come your way.”

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The Atomics Cover 'C' Magazine, Talk Music, Family & More!

The AtomicsDaisy Clementine Smith, Lucky Blue Smith, Pyper America Smith, and Starlie Smith – take the cover of C California Style‘s October issue, on newsstands on Tuesday!

Here’s what the family band had to share with the mag:

Starlie, on their music inspiration: “It’s surf-[rock] influenced with a cool groove.”

Daisy, on being siblings: “I think we get along more than your average siblings. Being in a band has only helped our relationship.”

Lucky, on his sisters: “We all take care of each other.”

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