We have already discussed the two main November 2011 editions of Vogue and now it’s time we saw and expressed opinions about Elle November 2011 issues. Jennifer Aniston poses for the US Elle and Emma Watson graces the UK issue. Who of these two actresses looks better on her cover?
It’s interesting to note that Emma Watson, who graces the UK Elle front page is also the covergirl of Elle Canada. Both images look good. But I prefer the Canadian one because Emma looks so cute and feminine on it while the UK cover shows us just a part of her face.
The UK Elle November 2011 issue features the Harry Potter star on many photographs. Emma Watson looks pretty on all of them. She is dressed like a Bunny girl, then a glam queen and just a girl-next-door. She’s different but beautiful.
The US Elle is covered by Jennifer Aniston, who’s finally found the love she’s been seeking for so long. She looks amazing – slim, fit, stylish and charming. In the interview for the magazine the Just Go With It star denies she is desperate to have a baby and says she has stood up to a male director once.
Jennifer Aniston on the baby rumors: “But it’s not what you read. There’s no desperation. If it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be. I’m at peace with whatever the plan is. But will you hate me if I say I don’t want to talk about my relationship?”
Jennifer Aniston on a time when she stood up to a male director: “I threw a chair at a director. It wasn’t my proudest moment. He was treating a script supervisor horribly. When the director walked in, I threw a chair at him. I missed, of course. I was like, ‘You can’t speak to people like that.’ I can’t tolerate it.”
Jennifer isn’t the only famous woman to have been photographed for the November 2011 issue of Elle US. There are also pictures of Elizabeth Olsen, Freida Pinto, Evan Rachel Wood, Naomi Watts, Barbra Streisand, Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer, and DreamWorks CEO Stacey Snider in the edition.
Here are some of the highlights from interviews with the Hollywood stars:
Naomi Watts on her breakthrough role in Mulholland Drive: “It was a game-changer, but I knew I had to be careful. You can get a lot of attention and still be gone in a flash.”
Naomi Watts on becoming an actress: “One of the things was seeing the movie Fame, as cheesy as that sounds. I was like, That looks fun! It wasn’t that I wanted to be famous. I just wanted to go to acting class.”
Elizabeth Olsen on taking a year off school to make her film debut: “They’re all indies, so the shoots were relatively short — it was great because every single film was a genre, and the directors were so completely different. It helped me figure out what worked for me and how I would adapt. It was difficult at times — like a great year of conservatory training. It was that intense.”
Elizabeth Olsen on her desire to act: “Watching old Frank Sinatra musicals when I was, like, 6. I wanted to be one of the love interests when I got older.”
For more information about all these amazing women read Elle UK and US editions, already on newsstands.
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