If you're wondering where to next catch a glimpse of Kristen Stewart in print, try checking out one of your higher-end newsstands next month: The actress has snagged the coveted role of cover girl for British Vogue, where she's getting the full glamour treatment (those lips! that dress!) and offering up some timely insights on how much she doesn't have it together for a life in the public eye. (Among the statements that ring especially true in light of the field day the media had with her breakup last month: "I'm not that smooth.")
But while we're psyched to see Kristen in the spotlight across the pond—and her sultry cover look is definitely a new favorite—we can't help waxing a little nostalgic for some of her previous stints as a cover girl. Our favorites?
Of all the body parts to gush over, we're not sure Ryan Gosling's brain would be our No. 1 pick, but then again, we're not privy to his gray matter quite like frequent co-star Emma Stone.
The actress, with slicked-back tresses and cheekbones for miles, covers the September issue of Interview, and inside, she opens up to director Cameron Crowe about working with the sexiest man alive (in our hearts if not in the pages of People magazine) and the immediate kinship the two shared
If you've seen the 2011 romantic comedy "Crazy, Stupid, Love," you know the actors have an easy, engaging chemistry—a connection that gets special play in a pillow talk scene that's tender and sweet and pretty much everything we'd hope a few hours of pillow talk with Ryan Gosling would be like. And as it turns out, the moment felt so effortless because it mostly was.
When a woman once known the world over simply as "Posh" handpicks you to pose for Glamour magazine, you don't say no. Such is the plum position actress Lily Collins finds herself in, thanks to former Spice Girl (and Glamour guest editor) Victoria Beckham.
We declared the 23-year-old part of our New Class of on-the-rise young actors last year, and with performances in "Abduction" and "Mirror Mirror," Hollywood is definitely taking note. Next week, the beauty will begin filming on one of our most-anticipated adaptations: Cassandra Clare's "Mortal Instruments" novel "City of Bones," which also stars Jamie Campbell Bower and Jonathan Rhys Meyers, but in the meantime, we'll just gawk at this beautiful spread of Lily in the September issue.
Can you think of a better newsstand home for the adventurously stylish Nina Dobrev than on the cover of a magazine called Fashion? Neither can we! So it's terrific to see her looking perfectly in place on the front of their September issue, where she posed for a photoshoot wearing some typically bold and beautiful outfits that ordinary humans couldn't pull off even in their wildest dreams (that suit she's sporting on the cover? So fabulous, and SO not fair).
And inside, she's talking candidly about her on-set wardrobe, her relationship with Ian Somerhalder and how her role on "The Vampire Diaries" has prepared her for what—and whatever—comes next.
According to Nina, fashion isn't just something she enjoys playing with in her personal life; it's also a source of professional inspiration.
Esquire's new shortlist of up-and-coming young men with major movie-star potential made us look twice—and not just because it's round, firm and fully-packed with six extremely ogle-worthy hotties. Because while the guys featured all have good looks, great style and mad acting skills, a full 50 percent of them have another something special in common: They've been considered for the all-important and probably iconic role of "Hunger Games" heartthrob Finnick Odair. And hmmmmm, isn't that interesting?
Although they're likely not in the running anymore (insert obligatory grumbling about how long the casting is taking), Esquire featurees Garrett Hedlund, Armie Hammer, and Taylor Kitsch have all been named at one point or another as contenders to play the District 4 tribute. And while we're not saying that the good folks at Esquire have been tracking the "Finnick" tag on tumblr in search of a few fine fellows to showcase in this article...well, we're not saying they weren't, either. Because they obviously did. Maybe.
Miley Cyrus is Marie Claire's new September cover girl, and if you weren't sure whether or not the newly engaged pop star is leaving behind her Disney image for good, the first f-bomb she drops in her interview (just one of many, apparently) ought to dispel any lingering questions as to her fresh, fun and not-intended-for-family-viewing attitude about life after Hannah Montana. And between the glam-rock style she's sporting in her photoshoot, and the glam rock adorning her ring finger courtesy of fiance Liam Hemsworth, Miley was all too happy to talk about how she's handling her transition from tween sensation to grown-up lady...albeit a grown-up lady who still scoots over to Mom and Dad's house when she finds herself getting the home-alone heebie-jeebies.
"If Liam is traveling and I'm feeling creeped out, I can go to my parents'. Or I'll walk over there in the morning for coffee," she said—an easy proposition, since her folks live just two doors down. Meanwhile, Miley and Liam now live together in the home she used to share with her family, where the star is still getting used to being mistress of the manor.
"The Twilight Saga" might be coming to an end this year, but don't expect the Cullens to shy away from the Hollywood sun when it's over... and particularly not the lovely Ashley Greene, who's parlayed her performance as Edward's psychic sister into a booming career full of role that are a lot more "leading" than "supporting." And in the pages of August's Nylon magazine, the actress is opening up about what's next for her—from headlining the haunted house thriller "The Apparition" to ignoring any suggestions that she'll be post-"Twilight" typecast.
And about that last thing: no, she really doesn't see it happening.
You might just want to pick up a copy of the latest issue of GQ before they all disappear...and take "The Dark Knight Rises" star Joseph Gordon-Levitt's torso in a perfectly tailored dress shirt and waistcoat with them. The actor is on the cover this month, and looking extremely delicious in the magazine's fall fashion preview. I mean, dude looks so good in a three-piece suit that we almost don't want him to take it off...ALMOST.
And in a charming, down-to-earth interview, Joe (that's the nickname he likes, by the way—did you know? We didn't!) takes GQ's reporter on a tour through the L.A. of his youth, both literally and anecdotally.
Their first stop? The actor's high school, where he sheepishly admitted that he didn't attend his prom, partly because his early career on "3rd Rock from the Sun" left him with a bit of an oversized ego.
by Meg Malone
Forbes magazine recently released their list of the highest-paid celebrities under 30—or as I call it, a list of people whose bank accounts I'd like to pilfer.
There's a few Crush favorites (hi, "Twilight" leads!) among the music stars and actors who've made this year's countdown. No. 1 on the list right now? It's none other than songstress Taylor Swift, who Forbes estimates made $57 million over the last year from her albums, concerts and spokesperson gigs (such as CoverGirl). Even if I actually knew how to sing and play instruments and write songs like Taylor, I can't ever imagine ever receiving a paycheck of that magnitude.
Keep reading after the jump for the rest of Forbes' list:
Who's that girl on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine? It's Ashley Greene! The actress who captured our attention (and inspired many a brand-new haircut) with her turn as the chic psychic sister to Edward Cullen is sporting her natural long locks, some trendy pink denim and a floral crop-top as the magazine's August cover girl. And inside, Ashley opens up about personal priorities, professional ambitions and her next move now that "The Twilight Saga" is just about dunzo.
And in case you've been wondering, that move will not be in the direction of an altar—despite the fairly long-term romance between the actress and Broadway boyfriend Reeve Carney.
"I'm not one of those girls who sits at home thinking, 'By 25, I have to be married,'" Ashley explained. "Right now, I’m like, 'I’m 25, I need to book my next movie!'"