Who knew Olivia Munn would love to have a St. Germain with Thaddeus Stevens and likes ’90s hip-hop as background music? Just don’t ask her about the meaning of love (she’s not quite ready to answer that one yet).
Vogue headed over to Los Angeles to ask her 73 questions about everything from the coolest thing in her house right now to the best comic book ever created.
Actor Daniel Radcliffe, the star of the upcoming Broadway production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, was photographed by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz for the March issue of VOGUE.
“Dan has always had a musical performer inside him waiting for a chance to come out,” says his director, Rob Ashford. Find out more about Daniel at Vogue.com.
The full article is featured in VOGUE’s March issue, on newsstands nationwide February 22nd.
Natalie Portman covers the January issue of Vogue, on newsstands nationwide December 21st. As the star of Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan, the beautiful actress sheds her good-girl image and takes on her most provocative role yet.
Director Darren Aronofsky said, “The only way to be perfect, is to allow chaos and madness into your life. Natalie has very few opportunities to express the dangerous side of her, and there’s a lot of colors there. She teases; she’s playful and sexy and so beautiful it hurts,” when asked to describe Portman’s performance in the movie.
Natalie was photographed for Vogue by Peter Lindbergh and interviewed by
Joan Juliet Buck. The full interview is available on Vogue.com, and we have a behind-the-scenes video of the photoshoot below.
Fuse, Madison Square Garden’s national music television network, is airing never before seen footage in its extended one-on-one interview special “Lady Gaga: On The Record with Fuse: The Lost Tapes.” The show will give viewers more exclusive and revealing conversations with Lady Gaga as she talks about her parents, her work, dance music in America and more. Viewers can catch Lady Gaga on April 20th at 8pm ET with a replay that night at 11 pm as well.