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Alison Brie Says It Was 'Special' to Make a Movie with Husband Dave Franco!

Alison Brie is opening up about getting to work with her husband Dave Franco on their new movie The Disaster Artist, which is in theaters now.

The 34-year-old actress, who also stars in the Netflix series G.L.O.W. and in the new movie The Post, is on the cover of The Edit‘s new issue.

“[Dave and I] spent the first few years of our relationship on opposite sides of the world, because I was shooting TV shows that were based here [in LA], and he was shooting movies that were in Berlin, London, places like that. It was kind of great, because on my breaks I could travel the world, but it’s hard to be apart from your partner, so to shoot this with him and James was very special,” she told the mag.

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Lenny Kravitz Speaks About the Moment He Accidentally Exposed Himself on Stage

Lenny Kravitz is looking so cool in this photo shoot for Mr Porter.

Here’s what the 53-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag:

On the moment his pants ripped on stage and he suddenly was exposing himself to everyone: “Do I have any underwear on now? No. Thus the problems that I incur. I didn’t rip [my underwear on stage]. They became ripped. It was fine. But it was a little cold in Sweden. I would’ve warmed it up a little, had I known.”

On dating: ”No, I’ve been with people you don’t know about. I keep it on the down low. I’ve been like really, really single for the last few months. I’m keeping it that way. They were the people for that time. Great love, great growth. But I’m waiting to meet that person. I’m waiting for the soul partner, the wife.”

On the National Anthem protests: “I’m white and black, so I can talk about things from both sides,” he says. “The fact that you decide to take a knee doesn’t mean that you don’t love your country or are anti-American. It means you want there to be change. If there’s something wrong in a household, it doesn’t mean you don’t love your family. We should be able to talk about these things.”

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Model Edie Campbell Covers Allure's Eye Guide for January!

Edie Campbell is on the cover of Allure‘s new January 2018 issue, which is an “Eye Guide” providing 100 best eye-makeup tips.

Here is what the 27-year-old English model had to share with the mag:

On recently speaking out about abuse in the modeling industry: “The conversation needed to open up beyond just Terry Richardson [the photographer accused of sexual harassment and exploitation]. I hope that it brings about a change. Fashion needs to be more open about the darker ways in which we operate.”

On visits with Granny: “My granny had this old-school dressing table with powder puffs and used to do me up in makeup. My mom would pick me up and be horrified: ‘You’ve turned my child into a pageant queen!’ Later, when I was a teenager, I used to do big, grungy, dark eyes, like I’d been punched in the face.”

On how smoky eyes beat dark lips: “I don’t like wearing lipstick on a night out. It smudges and you can’t kiss anyone. It’s a recipe for ‘home by 9 p.m.’”

On the impact of social media on modeling: “It has changed modeling in a really positive way. It enables you to direct the way in which you’re perceived by the public, and it gives you a certain agency over your character. It’s simultaneously incredibly superficial and a more truthful representation of the person. You have to use it in a positive way rather than it just being a kind of nothingness.”

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Lupita Nyong'o Talks Her Love Life, 'Black Panther' & More with 'Vogue'

Lupita Nyong’o strikes a yoga pose on the cover of Vogue magazine’s January 2018 issue.

Here’s what the 34-year-old Black Panther star had to share with the mag:

On working out with the cast of Black Panther: Chadwick had a live drummer come in as we worked out, and it was so cool—it changes your sense of internal rhythm. My character fights with anything: guns, spears, ring blades, shoes, glass.”

On being pigeonholed as an actress: “I got such a head start in this industry that it is not in my best interest to look for struggle. That’s such a powerless place for me to think about: what is working against me. I don’t think of what I don’t have; I think of what I do, and use that to get the next thing. It’s a finite reservoir, so it’s important that I safeguard it with my life.”

On her love life: “You can ask, but you definitely won’t get an answer. There have been rumors and rumors and rumors about my love life. That’s the one area that I really like to hold close to my heart.”

On trying new things: “That’s why I like to try new things, like pole-dancing…I value not being good at things, because children are not good at things.”

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FYI: Lupita is wearing a Dior jumpsuit and skirt, Pompellato earrings and Tacori rings on the cover.

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Jaimie Alexander Talks Being a Strong Woman in 'Schon' Mag

Jaimie Alexander is featured in a super cool new photo shoot for Schon magazine‘s latest issue.

The Blindspot actress also opened up to the mag and we have some highlights from the interview here:

On playing strong female characters: “[It's important to] remain a strong female whilst embodying these characters. I’ve always been a strong woman. I’ve always tried to do the right thing and to help others. It’s important I don’t lose sight of what really matters. I bring that into the characters I play – the sadness, the struggle, the vulnerability, the power, the realism.”

On taking on a beloved Marvel role in Thor: “It’s ridiculous to place pressure on yourself to try and please millions of people who are all different from one another. I find most artists suffer because of that unattainable perfection. So, I just try to enjoy what I’m doing and have fun. You have to trust your instincts.”

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Armie Hammer Wants to Clear Up Misconception About Growing Up in a Wealthy Family

Armie Hammer is looking so suave in this new feature from Mr Porter!

Here’s what the 31-year-old actor had to share:

On why his mom might not see Call Me By Your Name: “It’s always awkward to say, ‘Come to this movie where you can see my ass and watch me give a blow job.’ My mum is more conservative. I don’t know if she’ll see it.”

On his decision to avoid big budget movies: “I made a decision to back out of the whole studio system a few years ago=. It was a machination of people just trying to make money, as opposed to making art. When you are studying acting, they talk about the way a movie can impact you as a performer, and I never really found that to be the case [with big-budget movies]. They were great to make and I had the best experiences of my life. But with Call Me By Your Name, I was pushed. I’m the one who has got to do it, working a 16-hour day, doing it all over again the next day. There has got to be something in it for me; it’s my life. I’d love to do a huge movie and be able to have a huge house, but at the end of the day, I know I sleep better at night, and I feel better in myself if I am doing a project that I am passionate about.”

On growing up in a wealthy family: “There is that misconception that, ‘Oh, you grew up in a wealthy family so you must have got it easier.’ I probably had opportunities that other people didn’t have. But I guarantee that other people didn’t have [parents] beating into their skull that they were the ‘representation of the family’. That was not the easiest pill to swallow. People might look at me and think my life is so perfect, but everybody wrestles with the same demons.”

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Sophie Turner in 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix' - First Look Photo!

Here’s your first look at Sophie Turner encapsulated in fire for Fox’s X-Men: Dark Phoenix!

Sophie will still be portraying her X-Men character of Jean Grey, who showed off her power in 2016′s Apocalypse. It was confirmed then that the movies would be following “The Dark Phoenix Saga” story line from the comics.

“[The film] was so clear in my head, emotionally and visually, that it would have killed me to hand this to somebody else to direct,” director Simon Kinberg told the magazine.

The movie, which also stars Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, and more, will hit theaters on November 2, 2018.

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