Diane Kruger talks teenage years as a model in Paris, The 355 and the pitfalls of playing the most beautiful woman in Ancient Greece
Conventional wisdom tells us you don’t just make it in Hollywood–you fight for your place as a gladiator. But, what if the Gods have other plans for you? What if your journey begins in the middle of the arena? Enter: Diane Kruger.
GOT7’s Mark Tuan as a solo artist is a testament and a revelation of the highs and lows of his creative career. As Mark embarks on this new trek, he speaks candidly in our November digital cover feature with a soft voice and a clear heart.
Chanel Ambassador and Gossip Girl star Whitney Peak opens up about dealing with public attention and reveals what she has learned from observing people.
The role of Tokyo was made for her, but Úrsula Corberó will be the first to admit that she wasn’t ready.
Alexandra Daddario proves that likability is all about opening your heart and letting whatever aspects of you shine through.
Sheila Atim talks The Underground Railroad, the importance of being truthful as an artist, and why it has an impact on the audience.
We chat with the brilliant Han Ye-ri about her upbringing, her personal journey to discover Monica’s character in Minari and what she’s looking forward to.
A few weeks before her 24th Birthday, Ciara Bravo is breaking through as Emily in Cherry. Acting alongside screen favorite Tom Holland, Bravo and the British actor bring Nico Walker’s gritty story to life.