Strike A Pose: Octavia Spencer, Emma Watson and Elle Fanning for Elle Magazine ‘Women in Hollywood’ November 2012 Feature
Yes, yes, yes, %&@#(@(%$& yes! Do you guys SEE how beautimous Octavia Spencer looks in this Elle Magazine ‘ Women in Hollywood’ feature? She is serving adorable coy sex kitten loveliness in the editorial, which also features Elle Fanning and Emma Watson with Sarah Jessica Parker giving life on the cover.
In the feature, Octavia talks about standing up for herself to scary Hollywood producers:
“Early on I had to stand up to a producer – I won’t say who, but he is famous, famous. He dressed me down in a crowded office. I told him right there in front of a hundred people, ‘You don’t know me well enough to use that tone’…And then I ran to the bathroom and cried like a baby. But he never addressed me that way again. And he is known as a yeller.”
Umm, yea I totally cried in the bathroom at The Magazine as an intern (after getting screamed on for an honest mistake, but I digress…) but kept it trill in the office. It happens to the best of us, Octavia.
Emma Watson tells them she feels it was her fate to land a career-changing role in “Harry Potter”:
“I just knew, from the moment I read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone that I was meant to play that role…I put one of the Potter films on the other night. And it was amazing to me that I had done all of that. I have to remind myself every now and then.”
And Elle Fanning wants to convince you growing up in Hollywood isn’t completely weird:
“I can’t really remember my life without movies… [Growing up in Hollywood] is no different really. I make movies the same way other kids play tennis or go to piano lessons. I’m trying to get better at what I want to do, just like other kids are trying to get better at what they want to do.”
I totally believe that, minus the paparazzi and neverending money supply.
And finally, here’s SJP on why she’ll never play another ‘Carrie’:
“I don’t love the idea of playing another woman who loves fashion and is slightly flawed in New York City,” Parker says of future roles. “I loved Sex and the City’s Carrie [Bradshaw] and I don’t want to do the poor man’s version of her. And while those are often the lucrative things to do, it’s more reason to look in the other direction.”
As Carrie is my (sometimes annoying but lovable) best friend in my head, I totally support that.
Check out Sarah Jessica Parker giving Beyonce‘s wind machine a whirl on the cover, with a sexy cut-out Calvin Klein Collection dress to boot:
Loving that House of Lavande necklace!
The issue hits newsstands October 16th. Are you loving these shots, Glamazons?