They said whaaat?!
“Very early on, I asked [Cate Blanchett] about being a parent. I said ‘How do you do it? You’re a mom. You’re the best at what you do.’ She said, ‘You just do. Stressing about it doesn’t help.’ Most men I know are dealing with the same issues. They say they feel like if they work too hard they won’t have enough time with their families. Maybe those questions need to be asked of men, too. Maybe the men need better questions.” Natalie Portman to Harpersbazaar.com
“If you say, ‘I’m from Sweden,’ everyone says, ‘Cool.’ Then when you say, ‘I’m from Israel!’ everyone wants to have a 10-hour political conversation. Everyone has a very strong, very passionate opinion about it”Natalie Portman to Harpersbazaar.com
“ If I could guarantee every mother who is working two, three jobs that she had good child care that didn’t make her anxious all day — people would probably work in more efficient ways. How many times do you hear a wealthy person get asked, ‘How do you do it all?’ If I’m asked that question one more time … I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me? Ask someone who looks like she’s about to drop, How are you doing? How are you managing? ” Sarah Jessica Parker, on what the most pressing political issues are for her..in Cosmopolitan.com
“I don’t try to be feminist. I just am. It’s innately inside me. I have no interest in trying to be the perfect feminist, but I do believe feminists are in good hands with me.” Amy Schumer to Glamour.com
“I am happy to be working, but I tell my wife every day, I hope she makes a lot of money one day so I can stay home. I’m done.” Alec Baldwin
“I want to be the female George Clooney: He directs, produces and stars. I want to be in charge of the final product.” Eva Longoria to Instyle.com
“I haven’t got a naturally smiley face. But then there are some people who have really friendly faces, even when they’re pissed off, and I imagine that would be more annoying.” Lara Stone on the cover of Vogue UK
“We’d built kind of a bedsit for her ( Kate Moss) to be in, and when she arrived, she got on the bed and she just had on a pair of knickers, and David Sims just kept saying, “Hmm, I’m not sure, not sure.” So Kate came off set, and we went to the dressing room, and she was like, “I think he’s embarrassed because he’s known me since I was a kid, and he doesn’t want to see me in this sexualized way; he wants to see me as a mate.” So we kind of just put Kate in some men’s trousers and a jacket, then it was fine.” Katie Grand on the first time in over a decade that David Sims had shot Kate Moss and the new Love Magazine cover shoot.