In other news, It seems the female stars of today don't mind going public about the other female stars they find fabulous.
For Into the Blue's Jessica Alba, it's one of the Desperate Housewives. "Eva Longoria is absolutely amazing in every possible way gorgeous and glamorous," she says. "Eva Longoria is a very close girlfriend of mine; she's a proud Latino like me. I just think she's the whole package and such an amazing woman."
Nip/Tuck star Kelly Carlson says: "If any woman is going to be perfect, it has to be Angelina Jolie and those incredibly sexy lips. And Elle Macpherson too she is just divine. I like natural-looking girls, and Elle looks amazing without makeup."
Read on as Latina reveals what you may not have known about this sultry starlet
On the hot opening scene of We Own the Night…
“Unfortunately, yes [I had to get buzzed]. It was a big deal, even though you’ve seen me do more nudity. We were rehearsing the scene one morning, and I started crying like a little Catholic girl.”
“I told him (Papi) and everybody else in my family to come 15 minutes late [to the premiere at the Cannes Film Festival].”
On the Ideal Role…Dark & Risqué!
“A lot of actresses are so stuck on looking beautiful, and I really am not. I’m about letting the beauty and the ugliness come out.”
Fave Latina Actresses in Hollywood:
“I admire all of us, because it’s not easy to tear down boundaries. I adore Penelope Cruz. I remember going to see Volver and just crying. I love the up-and-coming ones, too, like Zoë Saldana – she’s a really funny girl. I just want more of us.”
Looking back to her childhood:
“It’s just so hard to go to school and be a 12-year-old, period. I wanted to have finer features, I didn’t want to be so dark, I didn’t want to have my mom speaking Spanish in front of the school where everyone was watching. But thank G-d it was just a phase.”
As for her beau, George Augusto…
“Even if you’re complete opposites, what matters is that you balance each other out, like a see saw – you don’t want to be on the floor or up in the sky. I’m really high-strung, loud and obnoxious. My boyfriend is quiet, mild-mannered and completely rational, whereas I’m completely emotional.”
Looking into the future…
“[If I had a daughter], I would teach her about culture. That’s probably why I don’t have kids yet. I feel like I need to go to Cuba first – whether Castro is in power or not – and figure out some stuff on my own. I guess it would be fun to go with my daughter and find out together.”
Kirsten Dunst Inventing Reality, almost disturbing photos from Another magazine
Kirsten Dunst Another Magazine Pictures
Katharine on whether she would ever change her famous hair color:
“I’ve definitely been thinking about it. I really hope for [a] movie role in which I have to go blonde. Not platinum blonde, but I think it’d be really fun just for a couple months to kind of be a light, dirty-blonde color.”
Katharine on whether she works out:
“I do what I can, especially as busy as I am. Right now, I’m just working on stretching in the downtime that I have and bringing little weights with me for my arms and doing lunges. Lunges are something I can always do anywhere, so it doesn’t matter if I have a gym or not. And I do love yoga.”
Katharine on her Fall must-have items:
“Definitely cashmere baby doll dresses with tights and little ankle boots. Long sweaters to wear with jeans, to dress them up. Little hats to wear. Oh, and scarves. I’ve stocked up on scarves.”
And acording to [Source], actress Nicole Kidman has reportedly been scoffing her face with chocolate and pasta - in order to fatten up for her latest movie role.
The ‘Stepford Wives’ actress has already gained 10lbs to play a middle-aged woman in her new movie ‘The Reader’ by sticking to a four meal-a-day high calorie diet of puddings, protein shakes and carbohydrate-rich foods.
A friend of Kidman’s is quoted as saying: “It’s a very demanding role because there are a lot of explicit lovemaking scenes. The film is set over several decades so her character changes a lot. Nicole was originally planning to use prosthetics but was told by the director, Stephen Daldry, it would be more realistic if she gained the weight.
“It’s not usual to see her work her way through a big plate of pasta, with bread, and then a dessert.”
Kidman, who plays a Nazi camp guard who has an affair with a teenage boy and is later put on trial for war crimes - has reportedly enjoyed one major benefit from her weight gain - bigger boobs!
Kidman’s friend added: “Nicole loves her new bosom, but she is finding eating so much makes her lethargic and sleepy.”
Charlize Theron has an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild award. Now she's Esquire magazine's "sexiest woman alive."
Past winners of the title include Jessica Biel, Angelina Jolie and Scarlett Johansson. The issue featuring Theron hits newsstands Oct. 16.
Theron talked with the magazine about growing up on a farm, her political interests and her work, including her latest movie, "In the Valley of Elah," a murder mystery set among U.S. troops newly returned from Iraq.
"I wanted to make the movie precisely because it evades formulas about guilt," the 32-year-old actress said. "I'm drawn to ambiguity."
Theron also candidly discussed her least favorite film, "Reindeer Games."
"That was a bad, bad, bad movie," she said. "But ... I got to work with John Frankenheimer. I wasn't lying to myself _ that's why I did it."
Theron won an Oscar for her role in "Monster." Her screen credits also include "North Country" and "The Cider House Rules."
Tara Reid poses for the latest issue of FHM magazine. She looks pretty good in the shoot but it’s so obvious they spent hours photoshoping her, her stomach never recovered from her last visit to the plastic surgeon.
Here are some highlights from the interview...
Tara on her FHM photos:
I loved them. The photographer was great and they all seem to have come out really nice. Obviously I’ve gone through a lot and I’m older now, 31, so to still look pretty good, I was very happy with it.”
Tara on her image in the press:
“They make everybody into little puppets, saying you’re Miss Piggy or Kermit with a funny voice, but it’s up to you to change your individuality. I had fun, but in America it’s bad to have fun and you get punished for it, whereas in Europe and other places they rejoice in having fun. But now there are girls in America like Paris [Hilton] and I start thinking, wait, what made me a bad girl? I’ve never been arrested. I wonder if some people start thinking, ‘We made this girl out to be bad just for having a good time.’ I don’t think I should ever be punished for being happy.”
Tara on her partying past:
“Everyone does, but you’ll never read a story about me going out and partying when I’m supposed to be working, showing up on a set drunk or missing a day, never. But when I’m not working why shouldn’t I have fun? Am I supposed to stay at home and live in a cage? I like to have fun and have people around me. I think the reason I never ended up in as much trouble as Paris or Lindsay [Lohan] is that I’m not stupid, so I’d never do a lot of the things those girls do, and I’ve always had good friends around me.”
Tara on her plastic surgery woes:
“I had surgery [breasts enhancement and liposuction] and it didn’t go well at all. To be honest with you, it was a disaster. But who wants that to happen? You go to look better not worse. So I regret ever even having it, but that’s what I did and I can’t take it back. I’ve learned by all my mistakes.”
Pictures source: HollywoodRag