Zendaya stands alongside her “Spider-Man: Homecoming” co-star on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter’s Next Gen 2016 issue. Inside, the actress discusses her upcoming role by addressing the controversy surrounding a rumor that names her as Spider-Man’s leading lady Mary Jane Watson, which she doesn’t confirm or deny. Zendaya also talks about the “controlling” nature of Hollywood and how she’s become “an African American history professor” through her social media presence.
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Chloë Grace Moretz has kept fairly busy over the past few weeks, ducking questions about her breakup with Brooklyn Beckham and promoting her upcoming projects. She recently spoke to The Hollywood Reporter during her visit to the Deauville Film Festival. The actress opened up about why she decided to pull out of all of her future projects after having a “come to Jesus” moment.
Selena Gomez’s secret project with Kevin Hart is not so secret anymore. The two teamed up with The Hollywood Reporter for its latest issue on Instagram’s climb to the top of the digital world. No one was more fitting for the job than the social media app’s most followed user. The majority of the cover story focuses on Instagram’s newest 60-second video feature, which Selena introduced to the public by teasing new music. After dissecting the important roles that Selena, Kevin and more take on with the app, they have humorous conversations about their social media habits.
The Hollywood Reporter has published “The Actress Roundtable” issue, which features some of Hollywood’s most critically-acclaimed actresses. Jennifer Lawrence joined Kate Winslet, Jane Fonda, Brie Larson, Carey Mulligan, Charlotte Ramping and Helen Mirren for the yearly discussion.
In the issue, Jennifer details her first sex scene with Chris Pratt for their upcoming film “Passengers,” scheduled for a 2016 release. She reveals that she prepared by drinking, but it didn’t do much to help calm her nerves. “But then that led to more anxiety when I got home because I was like, ‘What have I done? I don’t know,'” she says, adding that she felt guilty for kissing a married man. She says that she called her mom to be calmed down.
In the full interview, Jennifer also talks about her gender pay gap remarks, what type of film makes her “nervous,” and whether or not she likes to watch herself in her roles.
What do you think about how Jennifer Lawrence felt about shooting her first sex scene?
(Photo credits: JenLawFilms Twitter account)