Do you recognize that dreadlocked white boy? It’s Brad Pitt, looking nearly unrecognizable in a photoshoot for Interview. Brad donned a blonde, dreadlocked wig for the shoot, and also got into character as, like, a pompadour-sporting gangster, a dude with an eye patch, a thin-mustachioed dandy, and a vaguely Billy Ray Cyrus-esque character that may actually just be Brad in his normal daywear. I’m pretty confused by the whole thing, but I also kind of like it. Really glad he doesn’t usually have dreads though. Not cute. Check out his interview with director Guy Ritchie at the link! [Interview]
“I was crawling on the floor. I remember throwing up. … I remember being on the floor … I have never felt anything quite like that. It was so visceral. It’s like someone has killed you and you have to live through it and watch it happen … It was awful.”
– Emma Stone recalls her first (vomit-inducing) heartbreak in a conversation with director Cameron Crowe in the latest issue of Interview. (Check out the awesome Mikael Jansson photos above!) Girl, I think we can all relate to that feeling. My first true heartbreak — when my fiance broke things off — left me bedridden, save for mandatory dog walks, for three days. The upside, I think, is though you may love others more in the future, the feeling of that first heartbreak is never repeated quite as acutely. Do you agree? How did you respond to your first heartbreak? [Interview]
How sublimely narcissistic (and slightly creepy) of Megan Fox to have sexual relations with a mannequin version of herself. Click through to see all the naughty things she wants to do to herself in her Interview magazine spread (besides mounting herself doggie style). [Buzzfeed]
Waka Flocka Flame: Do y’all actually do any of the stuff y’all talk about in your lyrics?
Tyler the Creator: Well, I don’t rape chicks … I have punched a girl in the eye … Um … What else? I say a lot of s**t and it just depends . . . Sometimes it’s just ’cause s**t is funny.
That’s hip-hop darling Tyler the Creator on how hilarious it is to hit girls. Other gems from his interview with rapper Waka Flocka Flame in this month’s Interview magazine? Tyler explains that the band name Odd Future came from a time that dragons tried to kill him: “Well, we were at a skate park on just a regular skate day, and this dragon just came out of nowhere and tried to attack me, so we killed the dragon. That’s how we got the name.” Sure! More delicious excerpts after the jump: Keep reading »
Pixie blonde Michelle Williams is a bonafide beauty and one of the best examples of gamine chic out there right now. We spied her in this month’s Interview magazine and had to score her sexy grownup babydoll look. (Courtney Love fans die hard, what can we say?) After the jump, check out our uber-affordable interpretation! Keep reading »
In a clear homage to her naughty reputation, Naomi Campbell stars in a new Interview magazine editorial in which she appears to be kicking the bare bottom of a Russian mobster straight out of “Eastern Promises.” Oh, Naomi. We’re not sure this is helping your rep, honey, but you sure do look good doing it. Click here for the rest of the Mert Atlas and Marcus Piggott shoot. Keep reading »
Clearly, Interview magazine has a bit of a creative issue. The editors seem to be in a slump with their designs because, as the ladies at Fashionista pointed out, more than a few of their recent covers are beyond similar. Instead of switching up their look month to month, the glossy has instead been opting for close-up, black-and-white shots for their covers. In the past two years, four issues from 2010 (those featuring Marion Cotillard, Megan Fox, Madonna, and Carey Mulligan) have been shot this way, as well as SIX covers from 2009! What’s the deal, Interview? What would (founder) Andy Warhol say? [Fashionista] Keep reading »
Here is Megan Fox on the cover of the new Interview magazine. But, wait, there’s more! If you’d like to see what Ms. Fox looks like making out with a mannequin not wearing any clothes and I think with her head Photoshopped onto it, well, you can find that after the jump. Keep reading »