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Wicked Wednesday : Lynn Hirschberg interviews amazing actresses

by kranARI

Charlize_Theron_b&wnatalie portman b&wjulianne moore b&wcarey mulligan b&wemma stone b&wmila kunis b&wdakota fanning_b&wKatie Holmes Harpers Bazaar b&wmia wasikowska b&wannette bening b&wHelena Bonham Carter b&w

“New York Times magazine” writer develops a concept called screen tests in which she interviews actors and actresses about various subjects concerning their careers, how they got started off and much much more.

CAREY MULLIGAN

NATALIE PORTMAN

EMMA STONE

MIA WASIKOWSKA

JULIANNE MOORE

CHARLIZE THERON

MILA KUNIS

DAKOTA FANNING

KATIE HOLMES

ANNETTE BENING

ELLE FANNING

HELENA BOHEM CARTER

Moody Monday : Crikey! There must be something in the water.

by shmuttie

Australians. There are about 21 millions plus of them that populate our planet, mostly of course in Australia, the land down under. Famous for their competitive can-do attitude, a country filled with vast scenic landscape, from deserts to rolling mountains to miles of endless sandy beaches and coral reefs, there is one thing that always intrigues me. Australians are every where and they have infiltrated our television screens, movie screens and radios. They mask their accent so cleverly, adopting American, British and all other sorts of accents that I am always left pleasantly surprised when I finally do find out  that they are Australian. This normally happens when I accidentally catch them doing an interview or picking up an award (as in the case of Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett I am embarrassed to say).

So here’s just a few of the talented female Aussies out there to feast our eyes on early in the week. See if you can remember where you last saw or heard some of these Australians. Have we forgotten anyone?

CATE BLANCHETT

Cate_Blanchett_by Annie_Leibovitzphoto by Annie Leibowitz, courtesy of Castle and Cottage

NICOLE KIDMAN

Nicole Kidman_W Magazinecourtesy of W magazine

THE VERONICAS

The Veronicas

MIA WASIKOWSKA

Mia-Wasikowska-for-BlackBook magazinecourtesy of BlackBook magazine

TONI COLLETTE

toni-collette

EMILIE DE RAVIN

emilie-de-ravin-jason-bell-once upon a time & lost

photo by Jason Bell

RACHEL GRIFFITHS

Rachel Griffiths

ABBIE CORNISH

Abbie Cornish_Life

ANGUS & JULIA STONE

angus and julia stonecourtesy of Impressionable Youth

MISSY HIGGINS

Missy Higgins photo by Adrienne Overallphoto by Adrienne Overall, courtesy of Adeli’s Music Blog

KYLIE & DANNII MINOGUE

Kylie and Dannii Minoguecourtesy of Esquire Magazine

MELISSA GEORGE

Melissa Georgecourtesy of Sprinkled in Pink

PORTIA DEROSSI

Portia DeRossi, The Advocateproperty of The Advocate, courtesy of SassiSam

Moody Monday : New Blood

by kranARI

No I’m not talking about True Blood, though I wish I was. I am having serious “Southern accents-Blood sucking withdrawal” but I have to unfortunately wait till the summer for that fix. Meanwhile I’m going to write about some new blood on the street of film. Some are nominees, some have been around for a while but are getting their break now and of course some are completely fresh faces on the scene. Here is a taster of who is to decorate our screens in the future cause these girls have talent and the looks to make a lasting impression.

ELIZABETH OLSEN

Elizabeth Olsen_V Magazine

Yes she might be the dreaded twins (with amazing fashion sense) younger sister but according to many, Lizzie is the one with the acting chops in this family. Being a Tish graduate might not be her only weapon. It seems as though she has done a good amount of theater work and is now starring in an indie film Martha Marcy May Marlene, due for release in 2012. I have a good feeling about this one.

MIA WASIKOWSKA

Mia Wasikowska_photo shoot

Not so much of an unknown, this little bird has been circling our screens since 2004. However, it was not until 2010 that she took the film world by storm with her performances in Alice in Wonderland and The Kids are Alright. Personally, I’m excited to see her the upcoming film Restless in which she plays a terminally ill girl who falls in love with a boy who likes to attend funerals. It’s due for release in 2011 in the US and the UK.

MILA KUNIS

Mila Kunis_Nylon photo shoot

Kunis got a lot of press and attention this year for her role as the “Black” swan in this year’s indie hit Black Swan. Her portrayal was a perfect embodiment of the dark side Natalie Portman’s character couldn’t quite get a grip on. And you can see why. Those dark eye circles and seductive gaze are not something to be taken lightly. You’d be surprised to know, if you don’t already that she is the voice of Meg Griffin on Family Guy!

ELLE FANNING

Elle Fanning

Apparently young Elle is not only the muse of film director Sofia Coppola (she starred in this year’s acclaimed Somewhere) but is also becoming quite a sought after model. It is not only her figure but also her innocence and grace that attracts the photographic and cinematic lense. Recently she starred in Rodarte’s short film and has also appeared in some fantastic photo shoots for Interview and Jalouse Magazine.

 

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