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Margot Robbie & Nicole Kidman Talk Acting & Hollywood in 'British Vogue'

Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman take the cover of British Vogue‘s February 2018 issue, on newsstands this Friday.

Here’s what the two stars had to share with the mag:

Nicole, on opportunities in Hollywood: “I still feel like I’m the kid at drama school hoping to get a role. I always feel like I’m so fortunate and lucky to have the job. Part of my job now is to give back and help create opportunities for the next generation – particularly with female directors, because it is so imbalanced.”

Margot, on her acting career: “My family has no connection to the entertainment industry whatsoever, so when I started acting, everyone was like, ‘That’s fun, but when are you going to actually get a real job?’ And that went on for years. They’re impressed for five seconds, and then they’re, ‘So anyway, the dog threw up today.’”

See the full shoot in the February issue of British Vogue, on sale Friday. The Best Performances portfolio is co-produced with W magazine.

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Jon Bernthal On Being 'Difficult' on Set: 'It's Not About My Trailer or the Food'

Jon Bernthal is looking so handsome in the Esquire Winter issue, on newsstands January 9.

Here’s what the 41-year-old The Punisher star had to share with the mag:

On what it’s like to work with him on set of The Punisher: “Ask people on set and they’ll say I’m difficult. But it’s not about my trailer or the food; it’s always about making the role make sense.”

On gun control: “I’m a gun owner. I have a gun in my house to keep my family safe. I’m trained in that gun’s use. I know how to keep it away from my kids, and I know how to use it if I need to. Should there be a way that a guy with mental issues like the asshole in Texas can’t get guns? Absolutely. We have to have a dialogue, and that’s not happening.”

On being in superhero material: “You talk about Leo, you talk about Brad, the guys I really, really respect—and they have all kind of stayed clear of the superhero stuff.”

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Sam Smith Opens Up About His Break from the Spotlight

Sam Smith looks so handsome while suiting up for the cover of V Magazine‘s issue 111, on newsstands January 11th.

Here’s what the 25-year-old entertainer had to share with interviewer Sarah Jessica Parker:

On going home and taking a break from the industry: “After the success of the first record, and especially after the Oscars and everything, I felt like my job and life weren’t relatable to my family and friends, and that really scared me. It was important for me to prove to myself that I could get back to normal, and then, I could write music from a real place again.”

On his relationship with Brandon Flynn: “I’m in a relationship right now and for the first time, I think I deserve to be happy. I’m actually asking myself if I’m going to be writing some happy love songs soon.”

On his weight loss and body image: “When I was shooting my first music videos, I just wasn’t happy with the way I looked, so I was trying to control the way the camera moved. I got a bit obsessive. I was constantly looking in the mirror, pinching my waist, weighing myself every day. Now, I’ve gotten to a place where I really love my stretch marks and I just enjoy my body…But my body image is always going to be an issue. I need to constantly train myself to watch the right sort of films, to not look at certain ads and think that’s how my stomach should look. It’s something that I’m fighting every day. I think men should talk about it more.”

On his hopes for the future: “I hope I fall into a deep, beautiful relationship where I allow someone to love me back as much as I love them. I hope my family and friends get happier and stay healthy. I want to fall in love with music more – I’ll never, ever stop learning about and studying my voice.”

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Lili Reinhart Reveals She's 'Very Open Sexually'

Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes look stunning on their covers of Cosmopolitan‘s February issues, on newsstands January 9th.

Here’s what the 21-year-old and 23-year-old Riverdale actress had to share with the mag:

Lili on sexuality: “I’m very open sexually. I love to talk about it…It’s interesting – one big insecurity I had to get past was when the person I’m with has had more sexual experiences than I have and has been in love more than I have. It’s mainly sexual though – I find myself thinking that they’re comparing me to their ex-lovers. I know it’s a stupid insecurity, because I can’t control someone’s past or dictate who they slept with before me…and besides, they’re with me for a reason.”

Camila on misconceptions about sex: “I’ve never liked this idea of ‘don’t give him everything.’ Like you’ve given someone all of yourself by having sex with them. What’s valuable to me is giving you my love and my intimacy.”

Lili on sexual assault in Hollywood: “Being a young woman in Hollywood is intimidating. I came forward on my Tumblr to talk about my sexual assault story [As a teenager, Lili went on a date with an older coworker who tried to force himself on her], and I know you’ve dealt with sexual assault as well. In my situation, I know how powerless I felt, because it was my career on the line. It’s hard not to think that your next move dictates your career—aka the rest of your life.”

FYI: Camila is wearing an Endless Summer dress in the inside image.

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Hailee Steinfeld Gives Advice to Her Younger Self

Hailee Steinfeld is rocking Balmain on the cover of Marie Claire‘s February 2018 issue, on newsstands January 9.

Here’s what the 21-year-old entertainer and actress had to share with the mag:

On pursuing her music career: “As an actor, I’m masked by characters, protected by them. But as a musician, it’s my story, my voice, my face. It’s me on that stage talking about that horrible experience I went through and [saying,] ‘Here, I’m going to sing about it.’ It’s such a different kind of vulnerable. To connect with fans, there’s pressure in feeling like I have to do things that I’m uncomfortable with, in terms of opening up enough about myself.”

On advice she’d give her younger self: “Listen to yourself. So many people will try and steer you in
a certain direction— not saying that that’s the wrong direction at all—but you have to know what’s right for you. Trust yourself, follow your heart, and do what makes you happy. Don’t forget to live for yourself.”

On finding love: “I’m trying to protect myself and have a bit of a guard up, but I also want to fall in love and know why love hurts.”

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Emily Ratajkowski Opens Up About Her Views as a Feminist

Emily Ratajkowski stuns on the January 2018 cover of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia.

Here’s what the 26-year-old model/actress shared with the mag:

On feminism: “I think a lot of people really feel that the idea of a woman being sexual or being sexualized is the opposite of feminism. When I feel like, in some ways, that conversation itself can be oppressive to women, because you’re telling them how to dress and how to act, which is actually the opposite of feminism.”

On the politics of feminism:
“You know, I think it’s always been difficult, but now I think it’s just more visible. In some ways it’s a good thing when it is visible because you have to be really organized to really stand for the things you believe in and have something to rally against. I don’t think that the difference in a president changes cultural issues, because all these things were happening with Harvey [Weinstein] under other political reigns.”

On women supporting women:
“We need to say, ‘I believe you, I believe your experience, your truth and your feelings, about what it means to be a woman.’ We need to take the responsibility off women to change how they have to act and behave, and instead look at how we can unite against the cultural issues that have lead us to where we are.”

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Tracee Ellis Ross Reveals What Mom Diana Ross Taught Her About Love

Tracee Ellis Ross does a twirl on the cover of Glamour‘s February issue.

Here’s what the Black-ish star had to share with the mag:

On what awards and accolades mean to her: “Oh my God, I made it. Pinch me. But what has been way more impactful for me is the larger meaning…. When another woman or another woman of color has a win, I feel like it’s my win. I feel like it’s a ceiling breaking open. And so the nominations, even the win, really feels like it’s not mine. It’s like something becomes more possible.”

On being raised to be sex-positive: “My mom [singer Diana Ross] is a sexy woman—that is part of her persona—and that is a delicious thing that has never felt scary to me. Recently I learned this wonderful term, sex-positive, and that is the way I feel. [For me] the answer to the objectification of women and black women in our culture is not to shut down my sexuality but to own it as something that is mine.”

On what her mom Diana Ross taught her about love: “I have never heard my mom say, ‘Not now—I don’t have time.’ Even now, in the middle of the night, my mom will answer the telephone. It’s incredible to know you are loved in a way that somebody is there for you. That’s something that I have used in my relationships with friends. My friends know: My home phone ringer doesn’t turn off. You need me in the middle of the night? I am your girl. I will bring you to the hospital. I will call you if you are frightened.”

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