Shailene Woodley & Theo James for InStyle Magazine, March 2016 + Zoe Kravitz

Allegiant promo has official started. Shailene Woodley and out hunky man, Theo James have officially reached the stands in the new cover issue for InStyle Magazine, as Shailene takes the cover star. Shailene for InStyle

Shailene Woodley talks to InStyle (issue now available in stands and for digital download) about her three week journey to India and her social life in which she does not pay so much attention to.

Her interview is moving and and so real. We, who know Shailene, are aware that Shai carries an attitude without s filter, which is something that we should all get inspired by. Read the interview scans down below in which I got so please **GIVE CREDIT IF YOU PLAN ON SHARING THEM**


Theo James for InStyle


Zoe Kravitz for InStyle


What do you Initiates think about that?! Three of our most popular cast members in one issue. SO ADORABLE! 

SCANS: Theo James for ESQUIRE Malaysia & Singapore November 2015 Issue

Theo James has not concluded his all time appearance for Hugo Boss as their new ambassador for their new fragrance The Scent. In this new interview with ESQUIRE Singapore Magazine, Theo talks things down about the meaning of “feminism” towards him, his family, and the all philosophical movement of Socrates about a one to one talk with his fans instead of taking selfies. Read the scans below that have been purchased by me personally and the second edition copies released by TheoDorky, and stay tuned for the video interview coming soon:

Second Edition Scans:



GALLERY: Miles Teller Attends MEN’S FITNESS 2015 Celebration

Miles Teller is the cover star of Men’s Fitness October 2015 Issue Magazine. After finally arriving back to the states, from his trips with girlfriend Keleigh Sperry and some of his family members, Miles attended the Men’s Fitness Celebration of the 2015 Games Changers in Hollywood California.

Dope’s Leading Ladies Hit the Beach in the July Issue of InStyle 2015 – Zoe Kravitz

Zoe Kravitz, the star of Dope the movie features in this month’s InStyle July 2015 Issue. Featuring in this issue is Zoe’s cast members from Dope, Kiersey Clemons and Chanel Iman. Read the interview with the full scans down below: 

As the setting sun paints the Santa Monica sky hot pink, Kiersey Clemons and Chanel Iman scroll through their Instagram feeds, debating the merits of candid versus posed photographs. “I’m an actress, so I love candids,” says the 21-year-old Clemons, best known as teen troublemaker Bianca on the pioneering Amazon series Transparent, “but [Chanel] is a model, so she’s like, ‘No, no!'” Iman sips her Jamba Juice, affecting a perfectly casual selfie face. “It just has to look like a candid,” says the former Victoria’s Secret Angel, who, signed to Ford Models at age 13, is no slouch when it comes to posing. 

This month the supermodel adds actress to her CV as the star alongside Clemons and Zoë Kravitz in the sophisticated Sundance darling Dope, which centers around a group of modern-day high school students in Inglewood, Calif., obsessed with 1990s hip-hop. Written and directed by Rick Famuyiwa (The Wood), produced and narrated by Forest Whitaker, and executive-produced by Pharrell Williams, the comedy goes well beyond the stereotypes of “black film.” The central character, Malcolm, played by newcomer Shameik Moore, prefers Walkmen to smartphones, flattops to buzz cuts, and listens exclusively to pre-Autotune hip-hop and punk. A$AP Rocky, making his acting début as a drug dealer, finds the time to discuss the civil libertarian concerns raised by drones. Diggy, played by Clemons, is a young queer drummer, while Kravitz portrays Nakia, a lost soul with a seductive quietness studying for her GED.

Three thousand miles away and a few days later, Kravitz explains the appeal of Dope over a matcha tea at downtown Manhattan’s the Smile: “I’ve stayed away from doing ‘urban film’ because I just don’t relate to the characters. I’m not going to take a role because I happen to have the same skin color.” Kravitz, the 26-year-old daughter of musician Lenny (whose FaceTime requests she daintily declines during the interview) and actress Lisa Bonet, likens the film to Risky Business meets Friday meets Superbad.

Famuyiwa’s ability to see his characters beyond clichés is matched only by his ability to see his cast beyond their confines. Iman, who once attended the Met Gala on the arm of Tom Ford, plays Lily, an unhinged sexpot who spends most of her time onscreen being either high or naked and sometimes both. “This was the chance to show people my acting ability,” Iman says, “because Lily is the total opposite of who I am.” As for Lily’s other assets, on display in a plunging kimono and teeny-tiny pink terry romper, she notes, “Most people wouldn’t have taken this role because of the nudity, but I’ve done so many shoots topless … I look at it as art.” She shrugs, worldly beyond her 24 years. “Someone’s got to do it.” Even the veteran Kravitz was impressed: “She could have just been the hot girl naked in the pool. But she went for it!”

Clemons, for her part, fell in love with her character and even traded in her personal style—gamine collars and bright floral dresses—for Cross Colours jackets and Doc Martens. “Our costume designer, Patrik, knows that when he puts something on me, he’s never getting it back,” she says, joking.

As for what Kravitz, trying to keep warm in a cashmere Alexander Wang coat over a black sweater and jeans, took from Dope? “Well, it was a passion project,” she says, “and it shows that sometimes following your passions just works out.”

Ansel Elgort for Beach- Modern Luxury June 2013 Issue

Ansel Elgort will feature in July’s upcoming Modern Luxury: Beach Magazine for the Summer, July 2015 Issue. Just recently, new photos of the scans from his previous issue for Beach where released with this issue.

The interview with Elgort, talks about his life choices and his family life. His very relaxent and famous by blood family, from living in the Upper East side of New York City, to the SouthEast part of the Hamptons. Read more about his interview down below:

IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT Ansel Elgort, seen here with model Victoria Lee, will appear in three movies in 2016, including “November Criminals” with Chloë Grace Moretz and “Allegiant: Part 1,” the third installment in the “Divergent” franchise.

Like most overnight successes, Ansel Elgort’s seemingly warp-speed rise to matinee idol fame came after years of blood, sweat and, in his case, tap. “When he was younger he would tap dance all around the house,” recalls his father, iconic fashion photographer Arthur Elgort, who celebrated his 75th birthday surrounded by family and friends in Southampton last month, and whose images have filled the pages of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar throughout Ansel’s entire life. “He had a small portable floor that rolled up. Not only was he tapping all around the house, he would take his little floor down to the parking garage and tap!”

That was just the first step for the youngest of the three Elgort offspring, reared on Manhattan’s Upper East Side with summers spent in Southampton. Ansel, named after the photographer Ansel Adams, began studying with the New York City Ballet when he was just 10 years old. His mother, opera director Grethe Barrett Holby, secured an audition for him when the show-tune-loving youngster began to dream big about Broadway. A role in The Nutcracker crystalized his vision for the future: Yes, he was born to perform.

Today, the lanky 6-foot-4, 21-year-old with the pouty lips and disarmingly handsome looks is making good on his childhood promise. His big-screen debut as the good-natured high school heartthrob in the 2013 remake of Carrie was followed with the one-two punch of Divergent and the film adaptation of the tear-jerking drama about teens with cancer, The Fault in Our Stars, in 2014. With Ansel’s status as the dreamboat du jour firmly cemented, Hollywood players are banking on his talent.

In his next film, Sony Pictures’ November Criminals, out spring 2016, Ansel stars opposite Chloë Grace Moretz, as the two investigate a friend’s murder in the underbelly of Washington, D.C. His performance in the film, which wrapped this spring in Providence, R.I., only confirmed what director Sacha Gervasi saw in his earlier roles. “He’s an incredible raw talent. I was astonished at the depth and scope of his acting ability. He’s the real deal,” says Gervasi, echoing the sentiments of Ansel’s previous directors who’ve likened him to a young Marlon Brando, Brad Pitt and Ryan Gosling. “He’s a very visceral, pure actor, reminiscent of the great movie stars of the past. It’s up to Ansel what he wants to do, but creatively, the future is unlimited for him. He can do anything.”

SHOOTING STAR Ansel Elgort is not only a talented actor but a trained dancer—he began studying with the New York City Ballet at just 10 years old.

Beyond acting, Ansel is also passionate about his side career as an electronic dance music artist. He’s been making progressive house music under the DJ moniker Ansolo (his childhood nickname) since well before his movie career ignited. His father even joined him for a late-night rave at New York hot spot Pacha, when Ansel deejayed the club on his 21st birthday this past March, the same month he made his debut at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami.

When not in front of the camera or behind the decks, Ansel maintains a fairly low-key life, sharing an apartment with a DJ buddy in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and spending quality time with his family on the East End, where the Elgort clan has been summering since he was a young boy. “My father bought a house on Meadow Lane in Southampton in the early ’80s, when Meadow Lane was a dirt road,” he says. “We’ve pretty much spent every summer of my life out there, or at least every August.”

SHOOTING STAR Ansel Elgort is not only a talented actor but a trained dancer—he began studying with the New York City Ballet at just 10 years old.

 Forget the black-tie galas and summer social circuit: It’s all about relaxing out here for Ansel. “I like going to the beach and kayaking in the bay. I also go to Tate’s in the morning for coffee and a muffin, and we like to go to Suki Zuki in Water Mill. But I feel like the Hamptons is a good place to stay at home,” he says. “The whole family can be together. It’s not about going out as much; I prefer to stay home and chill.”

His dad reports that his youngest son has another hidden talent: “Ansel is a great cook. So most of the time we cook together at the house.” On nights when he’s not manning the kitchen, they may venture out to Sip’n Soda or Sant Ambroeus. But primarily they nest at home, enjoying time together as a family. “We like to relax. We enjoy our pool. We take lots of photos,” says Arthur.

 Thanks to all of those years posing for his father, Ansel is a natural and still relishes the opportunity to turn it on for the camera. (He’s featured prominently in Prada’s spring 2015 ad campaign.) “I’ve been working with a lot of photographers—it’s nice for me because even though I love working with my dad, it gives me a sense of individuality,” he says. “I’m not just ‘Arthur’s son,’ I’m Ansel Elgort.”

He’s certainly made a name for himself in a very short amount of time. He’s already a bankable movie star, with just a handful of films under his belt. Of course, along with the success come the inevitable hang-ups of fame, hordes of screaming teenage girls and paparazzi stalkers among them. Gervasi says Ansel handles it in stride. “He’s very sanguine about it. He’s very smart. He understands what it is.” As his dad points out, “He’s been on the stage in front of people for a long time. He used to go to a summer camp in the Catskills called Stagedoor Manor. He’s used to all of this, which is why I think he hasn’t really changed.”

According to his dad, he’s always been “hammy”—and still is. His more than 5 million Instagram followers get a glimpse of that regularly. (Check out his unabashed glee for cherry snow cones in one adorably goofy recent Insta-video.) Not only is he game to give fans a glimpse of his daily life on social media, he’s also a charmer in person. “I’ve never seen someone be more thoughtful and kind toward his fans,” notes Gervasi, who witnessed swarms of youngsters clamoring for autographs and selfies with him during filming. “There were many fans on the set waiting to meet both him and Chloë. They both took photos with every single fan—on some days that amounted to several hundred who were waiting in the rain just to meet them.”

As for Ansel himself, the best part of the rapid fame is having an audience for his creative endeavors. “What’s changed is: ‘Oh, you can go to this restaurant,’ or ‘You can go to this nightclub,’ but I’m not really interested in that,” he told GQ earlier this year. “What’s interesting to me is the fact that creatively, I can do anything now and people will pay attention, and if I suck, hopefully they will stop paying attention very quickly—but if I’m good, then I have my foot in the door.”
That door, young sir, is already wide open.

Thank you to my good friend Elgort_News from Instagram for helping me out with the scan photos and the article issue!