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Check out former One Direction star Zayn on the cover of Interview Magazine's September #ME issue. Zayn joins other cover models Madonna, Victoria Beckham, Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez, and Miley Cyrus for the magazine's social media issue.
Naomi Campbell plays dominatrix to Alex Kovas in the current issue of Interview magazine. Interesting enough, the Russian sign in the fourth picture (first one on the next page) translates to "for men only." This dark and somewhat violent editorial was shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and styled bu Karl Templer. See ALL PHOTOS after the jump.
Madonna is 'Like a Virgin, All Over Again', taking the cover of Interview Magazine, on stands May 11. Under the covers, the material girl opens up to Milk director Gus Van Sant - and shows off her incredibly toned physique in a sexy photo shoot by Marcus Piggott and Mert Alas. MORE PHOTOS next page.
Interview Mag: How has madonna-singer, dancer, actress, writer, activist, shape-shifting reinventor eternal controversialist, fashion icon, newly minted film director, and toned single mother of four-managed to become one of the most influential artists of multiple generations? By choosing "dare" every single time. Full interview here.
Let there be luz! Brazilian model Jesus Luz shows off his hot bod - shirtless, Rufskin'd and leather bound - in a new feature for Interview Magazine. The 23-year-old hotties talks to writer Jonathan Durbin about a variety of topics, mostly modeling and music, but questions or talk about you know who was strictly forbidden. Also off topic seemed to be the question of Kabbalah:
DURBIN: I actually wanted to talk to you about Kabbalah and the crazy attention— LUZ: I just need to go—I’m really sorry. DURBIN: Yeah, no problem. LUZ: Well, thanks a lot. Take care. DURBIN: Bye-bye.
Chace Crawford switches things up and channels his best Russian mafia alter-ego as Viggo Mortensen's 'Nikolai' from the crime drama 'Eastern Promises'. Here's some of what Chace had to say:
On not getting stuck in a type: That’s what was nice about doing a shoot like the one I did for Interview. It’s good to switch things up. I did all of this stuff early, and they always wanted the same thing, the same look, the same deal, and I’d think, That’s not what it’s about. It’s the same microcosm for taking on film roles. You have to be realistic with yourself as to what your range is going to be. I look at the veterans of the game and what choices they made. You need to know what your threshold is and what you can take on and what gets to a point where the audience doesn’t believe it.
On his upcoming role in the Footloose remake: "People keep asking me about the dancing and the music. But you know Susannah Grant was nominated for an Oscar for Erin Brockovich . She did a page-one rewrite. And she interwove this beautiful story. It is a musical, and there is a bit of singing, but the message of the movie really hits home for me. Because I know about the megachurches and how they work and how they can be like brick walls. It definitely means a lot to me."
Taylor Lautner shows off 30 pounds of newly gained muscle in the August 2009 issue of Interview Magazine. The "teen wolf lotahrio" packed on the weight to battle for Bella Snow's heart in the upcoming Twilight sequel New Moon.
Asks Interviewer Michael Martin: What was your training regimen?
Lautner: I was in the gym five days a week, two hours a day. At one point, I was going seven days straight. I had put on a lot of weight, and then I started losing it drastically, so I was worried. It turned out I was overworking myself. My trainer told me that I couldn’t break a sweat, because I was burning more calories than I was putting on. The hardest thing for me was the eating. At one point I had to shove as much food in my body as possible to pack on calories. My trainer wanted me to do six meals a day and not go two hours without eating. If I would cheat on eating one day, I could tell—I’d drop a few pounds.
19-year-old Alden Ehrenreich stars in Francis Ford Coppola’s upcoming drama Tetro, and is featured in the July 2009 issue of Interview magazine. Already being haled as the next Leonardo DiCaprio, Alden was discovered at a So Cal bat mitzvahs by Steven Spielberg - where Ehrenreich screened a homemade film of himself breaking into a friends house “trying on her clothes and just being ridiculous.” More at Interview.
Fighting star Channing Tatum is celebrity-interviewed by Marlon Wayans in the May 2009 issue of Interview magazine. What's Channing's idea of hell? Heaven? What scares him? And would he win Dancing With The Stars if he competed? The answers to these questions are in the interview. Oh...and if you're looking to get ripped like Tatum, there's a link to his workout plan. More at InterviewMagazine.com.
MILK Director Gus Van Sant chats it up with Zac Efron for Interview magazine's April issue. Alongside the interview, a photo shoot with Lithuanian model Edita Vilkeviciute - including a rather "un-Disney" shot of said model laying naked atop the HSM star (see next page).
Said Efron of the photo shoot:
"I think it went pretty cool. There was, like, a giant sandbox in the middle of a studio, and then I just got to roll around in the dirt for a couple of hours. I got pretty dirty by the end of it, so that was fun. It was definitely different from anything I had ever done before. The photographer was really fun to work with," (so "Disney" to leave out how fun the model was to work with too!)
To read the full Zac Efron interview pick up a copy of Interview magazine's April issue, on newsstands March 24th. You can also read an excerpt of the April cover story here.
Marc Jacobs appears on the cover of the new Interview magazine with so much make-up he's almost unrecognizable. Inside, he's even seen in drag. Made to resemble the founder of the magazine, Andy Warhol, Marc's likeness will also appear on printed tees and tote bags at the Marc Jacob's Bleecker Street store in NYC, with proceeds benefiting the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. Interview magazine celebrates it's 80th birthday with this issue. MORE PHOTOS AFTER THE JUMP -->