Ermahgerd you guys, Emma Watson looks so freakin' pretty on the cover of July's Teen Vogue! The actress usually gets vamped to the gills when she does a magazine photo shoot (possibly because people still love the novelty of seeing Hermione Granger go glam), but this time around, she's looking fresh-faced and laid-back in a spare, punk-styled photo series by Boo George. And in her interview, she talked about the peculiarities of fame, the impossibility of plans and being a consummate professional.
These days, Emma seems to have more or less come to terms with her celebrity status —at least insofar as keeping a low profile when not promoting a movie, and keeping out of the gossip rags. But the actress also admitted that there are still things about the entertainment biz that drive her a little bit crazy:
"I wish so badly that I could have a plan," she said. "I'm someone who likes to be organized and know what she's doing, and this industry just does not permit that in any shape or form."
MTV cameras may no longer follow "The Hills" star Lauren Conrad wherever she goes, but that doesn't mean the 27-year-old is hibernating—far from it, in fact! With multiple fashion lines, a best-selling book series and an e-commerce site (The Little Market) launching in September, Lauren is busier than ever, establishing herself as something of a mini mogul.
Flaunting a bangin' new 'do and a cute frock, LC cover July's Marie Claire, in which she opens up to the magazine about her many, many pursuits (including romance!).
One such labor of love—her roman a clef "The Fame Game"—concludes this week with the release of third novel "Infamous" (out today). Though the series is far from an autobiography, Lauren told Marie Claire that she began writing the thinly veiled tale in order to reveal morsels of her own experience in La La Land.
We're going to be seeing a lot of lovely Lily Collins this summer; after all, she is responsible for bringing to life the heroine of one of our favoritest favorite YA novels when "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" hits theaters in August. And here's where it starts! She's on the cover of July's Glamour, as the fresh face of their "Next Big Thing" issue. We love her retro-styled photo shoot—complete with red lips, bouffant hair and, of course, her famous, fabulously full eyebrows—and in the interview within, she's talking about her own next big things, from a supporting role in "Stuck in Love" to her much-anticipated turn as Clary Fray.
As for "Stuck in Love", the film is a far cry from the rough-and-tumble fantasy world of Shadowhunting—she's part of a talented ensemble cast in this indie drama by Hollywood newbie Josh Boone, who's also directing "The Fault In Our Stars." And while "The Mortal Instruments" might be the film that makes her a serious celebrity, she described "Stuck in Love" as "my most meaningful project so far."
Drum roll, please! Channing Tatum and his wifey, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, have named their baby girl, Everly.
The couple made the announcement on Monday, the same day news broke she had given birth to their first child together while in London over the weekend. "Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Channing Tatum are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter, Everly Tatum, who was born on May 31st in London," People reports.
Prior to little Everly’s birth, Magic Mike himself opened up to Vanity Fair about fatherhood. And it should be noted, he totally called that the couple was having a girl. Jenna, for the record, guessed a boy was on the way.
To be filed under Things We Never Knew About Shay Mitchell: She wears all pink for workouts, she finds inspiration in the little things and she's got a whole lot more room in her teeny-tiny stomach than you'd know just to look at her. Intrigued? Well, get ready: These are just a few of the mind-blowing secrets (okay, not really, but they're still fun!) revealed in the "Pretty Little Liars" actress' latest interview in Self, where she graces the June issue cover. She opened up to the magazine about how she lives healthy, how she loves her co-stars and what she'll do if she needs to look her best in a hurry.
That said, the funnest takeaway from Shay's interview is the part where she enumerates her less-healthy habits: "I can't say no to pizza! I'll 100 percent eat a whole pie by myself," she admitted. "If I do, I just move on. No guilt."
Lucy Hale is famous on television for being a pretty little liar, but she's definitely making with the honesty in her role as a Seventeen magazine it girl. Lucy sports a stripey dress on the cover of the June/July issue, where she opened up to her interviewer about overcoming an eating disorder, getting through a bad breakup and changing things up career-wise with a new country musical endeavor.
According to Lucy, she couldn't have done anything without first getting back a healthy relationship with her body. Like many actresses, she found that the pressure to be thin was overwhelming and admitted that up until recently she was starving herself to stay slim. Now, though, she's healthy and happy—and relieved to have her energy back.
"I’m so unbelievably lucky that I’m not like that anymore," she told Seventeen, "because it is a horrible way of life and it’s miserable. It consumes everything you think about and you can’t pursue things you want to do."
MTV STYLE: Another day, another Miley Cyrus magazine cover. Just days after the starlet's Elle U.K. cover hit the webstands comes an even more provacative set of snaps from the summer 2013 issue of V magazine. All we have to say is, "I see London, I see France..."
Inside the issue, Miley opens up even more about beau Liam Hemsworth and the media's perception of their relationship. (Or perhaps we should say misperception.)
Want to see more? Click over to MTV Style for the trio of covers!
FROM MTV NEWS: Miley Cyrus covers the June issue of Elle U.K., and inside the magazine, the multi-hyphenate opens up about her engagement to "Hunger Games" hunk Liam Hemsworth and the struggle to keep their private life, well, private.
"We were too nice to the world and gave them too much insight—into my life and my puppies and my house—and I just don't feel they get that privilege anymore," Miley explained of her new approach to the public. "Like on my Twitter, I'm much more... not conservative, but you don't see a picture of my dogs. You don't get that personal stuff anymore."
Read more of Miley's Elle U.K. interview at MTV News!
From wearing a blood-splattered prom dress in "Carrie" to kicking ass in the "Kick-Ass" films, Chloë Grace Moretz is everywhere these days—including on the cover of the May issue of Nylon, where she's looking very spiffy indeed. And in an interview, the actress has offered up some interesting insights into the whys and hows behind her work.
For starters, there's a good reason why you'll only see Chloë on the big screen: She doesn't want you to feel too close to her.
"The thing with TV is, people almost see you as a family member. You're in their house every week, and you're young and innocent," she explained. "But if you're 19 or 20, playing 15, and trying to transition into your sexuality, people are going to be like, 'No, no, you're my younger sister!' Whereas for an actor in movies, there's a distance. They have to travel to the theater to see you."
FROM MTV NEWS: If you've paid any attention to the film industry over, say, the last three years, you've probably heard of a young upstart named Jennifer Lawrence. You know the one: Oscar winner, "Hunger Games" star and BFF of the entire nation at large. Well, adding to the 22-year-old's growing list of accolades is inclusion in Time's 100 Most Influential People list.
Inside the pages, the starlet is feted by Jodie Foster—an actress who knows a thing or two about success at a young age.
Of course, JLaw is just one of our favorite stars to make the cut. (Hi JT! What up, Lena Dunham!?)
Click on over to MTV News to read more!