Rachel Bilson Covers InStyle Australia (May 2012)
American actress Rachel Bilson photographed by Giampaolo Sgura for the cover shoot of the fashion magazine InStyle Australia for the May 2012 issue.
After wrapping up her anticipated flick “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” Elizabeth Banks rocked the cover of Marie Claire’s Career Supplement issue. While striking a few poses for the Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton photo shoot, the “Pitch Perfect” beauty opened up about everything from being a working mom to approaching a new role.
“First of all, I have a home office,” the 39-year-old actress explained. “I have two kids, and it means I get to put them down for their naps and be the person they wake up to.”
While continuing to discuss her career, Miss Banks added, “When I’m actressing, which is my day job, and which I’m doing right now, I leave the house at 4:30 in the morning five days a week and I get home at 6, and hope to get two hours with them [her children] before they go to bed. So I’m slightly miserable about that.”
In regards to taking on new characters, Elizabeth revealed, “I try not to repeat myself too often. Because it’s a gamble. ‘Fred Claus’ had three Oscar winners in it. No business – it was a bad movie. So people ask, ‘How do you plan it?’ Nobody is planning anything. People make decisions on where they are right then. Sometimes you make a decision because the character just speaks to you in a way.”
With his anticipated flick “Star Trek: Into Darkness” set to hit theaters on May 17th, Chris Pine continues promotional efforts by covering the Spring 2013 issue of C California Style. While suiting up in designer duds from Prada and Barneys for the Sam Jones-shot front page, the 32-year-old actor chatted about everything from avoiding attention to dropping movie spoilers.
“It helps,” the “Rise of the Guardians” star explained when discussing his famous status. “I don’t really seek anything out. Hopefully, I put the vibe out of ‘not looking for it.’”
“I’m very clear about my relationship to ‘it’ and I don’t like ‘it,’” he continued. “I find ‘it’ very invasive, though I’m trying to welcome ‘it’ more in an effort to be more zen and not-angsty. But on the totem pole of people giving a s**t about me, I’m pretty much in the middle, which is great.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Pine revealed his top priority as a child. “In my family, that’s what you do. There was no question you weren’t going to college.”
In regards to avoiding spilling movie spoilers, Chris said, “The responsibility you have is to the genre, but that’s a whole different challenge. I have such Christian guilt syndrome that I’d have to email [director] J.J. [Abrams] right away and confess.”
She’s married to Ellen DeGeneres, one of the most prolific public figures in the world, and Portia de Rossi says they have enough going on without bringing kids into the picture. The “Arrested Development” actress told Out magazine that though the decision not to have children was difficult, she’s convinced it was the right one to make.
“There comes some pressure in your mid-30s, and you think, Am I going to have kids so I don’t miss out on something that other people really seem to love?”
“Or is it that I really genuinely want to do this with my whole heart? I didn’t feel that my response was ‘yes’ to the latter. You have to really want to have kids, and neither of us did. So it’s just going to be me and Ellen and no babies.”
Portia continued, “We’ve settled into happily married life. We really support each other in whatever we’re doing and we’re incredibly happy, which is why you don’t see us in the press so much. There’s no drama to report.”
With the sixth-installment of the “Fast & Furious” nearing its anticipated premiere, Jordana Brewster scored a feature in the May 2013 issue of Marie Claire.
The 32-year-old actress rocked designer duds from Stanley Hudson and Stephen Dweck for the fashionable Hilary Walsh-shot spread, while dishing about everything from her interests in acting to working on the set with Paul Walker and Vin Diesel.
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