3 Aktris Cantik Cover Majalah

Wednesday, May 16, 2012


3 Aktris cantik Hollywood tampil dalam 3 majalah fashion dunia, Jessica Alba, Charlize Theron dan Elizabeth Banks.
 Charlize Theron di Madison Magz edisi Juni
On a letter she’d written when she was 8 years old:
"My mother found [it]. It said, ‘Would you please take me to orphanage, so that I can go and adopt a baby?’ I always knew I would adopt – always."
On marriage:
"It’s never been a fantasy of mine. Marriage has never been that important to me. I don’t know why exactly. Some might say it’s because my parents didn’t have a good marriage, but I don’t think so. I treat my relationships like marriages. The ceremony isn’t that important to me. But it’s a nice experience to be single."
 
On her personal style:
"I’m not like this big, crazy dresser. I mean, we’ve [met and] talked several times and I’m sure you don’t see me as this big trendsetter. I like very simple, classic clothes. Some would say boring clothes, I guess. I don’t like things very tricky. T-shirts and blouses with a great pair of leggings or jeans. I like to feel like me.'
On fake actors:
"I like being around people who like to live life and understand the value of it. I need to be around people who understand we’re not curing cancer here. I like professional actors who show up, do the job and are not a pain in the ass to either myself or the crew. A professional actor does their homework beforehand and they do their job. Then when it’s all said and done, they have a beer with the crew. That’s what a professional actor does."
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Jessica Alba - Marie Claire Magz edisi Juni
 
On being showcased in Maxim-ready looks early in her career :
"I had a show [Fox’s Dark Angel] that premiered when I was 19. And right away, everyone formed a strong opinion about me because of the way I was marketed. I was supposed to be sexy, this tough action girl. That’s what people expected…I felt like I was being objectified, and it made me uncomfortable. I wanted to be chic and elegant!"
 On how she has grown more assured of herself in recent years :
"Now that I’m older, I’ve learned how to own it, but I’m still not very overt. There are some women who dress for men. I dress for myself. It took me some time to get here. Being a mom and feeling grown-up have helped. Now if I’m going to wear something short, it has to have a high neck or a little sci-fi toughness to it, an edge."
 
On her former, sexier self:
"I like to get positive attention. But if I have a choice between someone noticing in a negative way what I’m wearing and going, What was she thinking? or someone not noticing what I’m wearing, I would rather not make a statement at all and just have a good conversation instead."
Elizabeth Banks - Allure Magazine edisi
On having a son, Felix, via a gestational surrogate:
"It's essentially a test-tube baby—it's just that the test tube is another woman. That you can grow a baby outside of yourself! It's just amazing!"
On playing a pregnant woman in multiple movies:
"I had already mourned the loss of my fertility for myself, so I was past it. The only time it really affected me was when Alec Baldwin looked me straight in the eye and asked me, 'Are you pregnant right now?' And I blanched totally. Because of course, technically, no. I wasn't."
 
On thinking that she had physical impediments to an acting future:
"I thought I had chicken legs, and I thought, Oh, my boobies are too small. It was the era of Cindy Crawford and The Body—and I didn't have that."
On outearning her husband:
"Well, we're the first generation to do it. And it's very ingrained even in our DNA that men are hunter-gatherers who are meant to go off and provide. And that we are really meant to stay at home and have kids.... Let's be honest. Men love a second income. It gets them their boat and their vacations. They want their wives to work."
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Elizabeth Banks - Allure Magz edisi Juni
 
On having a son, Felix, via a gestational surrogate:
"It's essentially a test-tube baby—it's just that the test tube is another woman. That you can grow a baby outside of yourself! It's just amazing!"
 
On playing a pregnant woman in multiple movies:
"I had already mourned the loss of my fertility for myself, so I was past it. The only time it really affected me was when Alec Baldwin looked me straight in the eye and asked me, 'Are you pregnant right now?' And I blanched totally. Because of course, technically, no. I wasn't."
On thinking that she had physical impediments to an acting future:
"I thought I had chicken legs, and I thought, Oh, my boobies are too small. It was the era of Cindy Crawford and The Body—and I didn't have that."
 
On outearning her husband:
"Well, we're the first generation to do it. And it's very ingrained even in our DNA that men are hunter-gatherers who are meant to go off and provide. And that we are really meant to stay at home and have kids.... Let's be honest. Men love a second income. It gets them their boat and their vacations. They want their wives to work."

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