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Zoë Kravitz, the New Face of Hipster Cool, Wears Nothing But Skin in GQ 2

Zoë Kravitz, the New Face of Hipster Cool, Wears Nothing But Skin in GQ

Zoë Kravitz knows her Hollywood pedigree– her parents are Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet–can open a lot of doors. But she’d rather open doors on her own. And, she’s got a lot of assets to work with, not least of which is her stunning sexuality. In the latest issue of GQ magazine, she talks about growing up rich and famous and the burden that causes when she’s trying to make it on her own....
What the New 'Tomorrowland' Trailer Says About the Future (watch!) 4

What the New ‘Tomorrowland’ Trailer Says About the Future (watch!)

George Clooney’s character, a crusty inventor named Frank Walker, provides a portal to the future for troubled teen Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) in the new trailer for Disney’s “Tomorrowland.” But is it a place where we really want to go? If it’s anything like the 21st Century, probably not. So far, it sucks. The movie also stars Thomas Robinson, Hugh Laurie, Raffey Cassidy and Kathryn Hahn. ...
Shailene Woodley's Enlightened View on Sex: They're Just Boobs! (photos) 6

Shailene Woodley’s Enlightened View on Sex: They’re Just Boobs! (photos)

Shailene Woodley’s got ‘em, but to her they’re “just boobs,” she says in a new interview, expressing her enlightened “European” view of sex and nudity. And she doesn’t even think about doing sex scenes with her clothes on. Woodley doesn’t just talk the talk. She had a couple of major nude scenes in her indie flick “White Bird in a Snow Storm.” “I’m totally comfortable with nudity,” she says in a new interview. ...
Why Divergent, Hunger Games & Superhero Films Appeal to So Many 8

Why Divergent, Hunger Games & Superhero Films Appeal to So Many

“Divergent,” about a rebellious teen who fights the system in her dystopian world, cleaned up at the box office this weekend just like “The Hunger Games,” which explores similar themes about powerless multitudes rebelling against the all-powerful. But movies are so-so, but, frankly, almost any superhero movie these days is automatic box office bank. That’s because the people who are going to see these movies, 25- to 34-year-olds, are part of the least powerful and most disenfranchised generation since the Great Depression of the 1930s....