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Juno Temple Talks Her Favorite Accents With First 'Heroine' Magazine

Juno Temple grabs the first ever cover for Heroine magazine.

Interviewed by her Horns co-star Daniel Radcliffe, check out what the 25-year-old actress had to say:

On playing with accents: “That’s my favourite actually [Southern accent], but Boston was hard. Johnny Depp playing Whitey Bulger was just one of the most amazing transitions I’ve ever seen. He had these crazy contact lenses in his eyes that almost reminded me of lizards so when you were acting with him you were genuinely quite freighted, but he was lovely, so encouraging. And then Scott is just the perfect circus ring leader, he was so excited and so passionate about what he was doing.”

On young Hollywood: “I think things happen for a reason, you’re not going to get every role. Like you say, there are some truly extraordinary young women actresses right now like Jennifer Lawrence, Mia Wasikowska, Elizabeth Olsen… You watch them and you forget sometimes that you’re even watching them. They are so young but know the craft in such an old way, and I love that so much. So if the job doesn’t go your way you’re just as excited to see the film anyway. Also, I’m still at a stage where sometimes I look eighteen, some days people tell me I look fourteen which is a bit of a shock… and then sometimes I look twenty five.”

On shooting Maleficent: “Yeah, I mean shooting Maleficent was like that because so much of it was CGI, so I spent most of my time in a giant white room wearing a wetsuit with ping pong balls all over it. I had all these ink dots all over my face and I was filming with a ten foot tall version of Angelina Jolie’s face. I did think, ‘This is a bit mad.’”

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Jessica Alba Talks About Identifying with Her Latin Heritage

Jessica Alba shows off her flawless features while posing on the cover of Glam Belleza Latina‘s Fall issue.

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

On the importance of race to her identity: “It’s always been the same. I’ve always felt closer to being a Latina than anything else, because I grew up with my dad’s family, who are Mexican American. I never really identified any other way. But I think that today it’s less and less about having to identify with one race and holding on to that completely. I mean, my kids are African American and Caucasian on their dad’s side, and Latino and Caucasian on my side.”

On the Latinas she admired when she was growing up: “I grew up in Southern California, where Latin culture is just everywhere. I mean, I still love mariachi music! I looked up to Jennifer Lopez. She is someone who broke through barriers, a powerhouse. You know: I could be a dancer, singer, actress, entrepreneur—I can do all of it. And Daisy Fuentes too. What she did with her platform was incredible. It took the rest of the country a second to catch up to Latinas in the United States being mainstream.”

On the differences between her business and her movie career: “Having a company that’s making the world a better place is a life calling. Performing has also been a life calling, but they’re so different. It takes a completely different side of my brain to do one versus the other. But I’m truly very proud of The Honest Company.”

Also pictured inside: Jessica out and about on Thursday (September 18) in Santa Monica, Calif.

FYI: Jessica is wearing a Black Orchid Denim tunic and Ella Moss pants.

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Lindsay Lohan Is Pretty in Pink For 'Wonderland' Magazine

Lindsay Lohan graces the cover of Wonderland magazine’s latest issue, out on newsstands now!

Here’s what the 28-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On her role in Speed-The-Plow: “This is a young girl who sets out for Hollywood and stumbles into something new, I can relate. I’ve been there, just in different ways.”

On acting: “This is my life, it’s what I’ve known since I was three years old. It feeds my soul.”

On seeing her at London Fashion Week: “I’m not sure, my only thoughts right now are on this play. Maybe on the weekend.”

On her beauty tips: “Sleep, drink water and meditate. Stay on a boat.”

For more on Lindsay, visit Wonderlandmagazine.com!

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Ben Affleck on Fake Rumors Concerning Him & Jennifer Garner: 'That's All Bulls-t'

Ben Affleck shows off his huge muscles in this brand new feature from his Details magazine October 2014 cover story.

Here’s what the 42-year-old Gone Girl star had to share:

On what drew him to Gone Girl: “I don’t read too many airport husband-and-wife-killer thrillers, but my guess is that what set this apart is that Gillian is very skillful, obviously. And it points more specifically, more elegantly, and more directly at this theme that we all kind of identify with, on some level, about marriage, about relationships, about what we show one another. And that was adeptly wrapped in the shell of a thriller. But underneath it was something thematically more resonant than your common thriller.”

On infamously counting cards at a casino: That is a true story. I mean, that took place. I took some time to learn the game and became a decent blackjack player. And once I became decent, the casinos asked me not to play blackjack. I mean, the fact that being good at the game is against the rules at the casinos should tell you something about casinos. There’s a lot of hospitality, backslapping, when they think you’re gonna come in and dump money, and if they think you might leave with some money, it’s like, ‘You know what? Why don’t you try craps or roulette?’”

On a fake story that his wife Jennifer Garner has had it with him: “See, that’s tabloid sh*t. That’s all bullsh*t. They completely lie. I mean, I can show you 10 articles of Star and OK!—those magazines feel totally comfortable absolutely fictionalizing every single element of the story. And there’s nothing you can do about that. My only hope is that people with any common sense recognize that those stories are false. And, I don’t know, there’re worse stories…”

For more from Ben, visit Details.com.

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Ellen Page Wears Nearly Nothing & Flashes Her Amazing Abs for W's New Royals Issue

Ellen Page‘s rock hard abs are causing us to do a double take in the October 2014 New Royals issue of W magazine.

The 27-year-old actress is not the only cover star this month: Kristen Wiig, Cara Delevingne, Naomi Campbell, and Charlotte Casiraghi also take their own covers as the new royalty of film, fashion, comedy, and more.

Here’s what the ladies shared:

Cara, on being naked: “As a child, I loved being naked. My parents would have to force me to be dressed because otherwise I’d take my clothes off and run around the supermarket. Nudity was liberation to me. Freedom. My entire family is pretty nudist-y. We went to nude beaches a lot. I always wondered why the men on nude beaches had the smallest penises.”

Kristen, on performing: “I thought I was going to be an art teacher. I was way too scared to say I wanted to be an actor or a comedian. Then I took a performance-art class in college. You could do anything: People peed in jars and called it art. The class was silly, but I really liked performing. I had this theory that if you looked in the mirror and asked yourself a question, you had to tell yourself the truth. So, I asked, ‘What do you want to do?’ I stared in the mirror and said to myself, ‘I want to move to L.A. and be an actor.’ And that was that.”

For more from the ladies, visit Wmagazine.com.

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Lily Aldridge Is Unrecognizable for 'Love' Magazine Photo Shoot

Lily Aldridge looks completely unrecognizable in this new image for Love Remix‘s new issue, which is on newsstands now.

The 28-year-old supermodel was photographed by Boo George and styled by designer Tabitha Simmons for the shoot.

Lily recently chatted with Bloomberg about how she became a Victoria’s Secret Angel.

“It just kind of happened very naturally. My first Victoria’s Secret show, they loved me and they used me for advertising. Then the next show I got my wings and it was a whole big deal,” Lily said. “[The wings] are very heavy to wear. Sometimes you get nice ones. Like last year I had nice light ones, but sometimes they’re like forty pounds.”

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Karlie Kloss to 'Lucky': 'I Have a Lot I Want to Do in the Next 5 Years'

Karlie Kloss rocks triple denim on the cover of Lucky magazine’s October 2014 issue.

Here’s what the 22-year-old model had to share with the mag:

On her famous cookies: “The night before photo shoots, I wasn’t going out to dinner or partying, so to pass the time, I’d make cookies with my red KitchenAid mixer It was my therapeutic evening routine. I was convinced that the only reason I kept getting booked for jobs was because I brought fresh-baked cookies with me.”

On nutrition: “Growing up in the Midwest, I was never even aware of nutrition. Nobody was! I was a stick my entire life—a tall, skinny beanpole—and it didn’t matter if I ate candy for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It wasn’t until I moved to New York that I realized food could not only taste good, but change how you feel.”

On her future: “I’m absolutely an entrepreneur at heart,” she says… “I have a lot I want to do in the next five years. I keep my notebooks under lock and key because I don’t want anyone to know the things that go through my brain!”

For more from Karlie, visit LuckyMag.com.

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