Faces on the Newsstand: Anna Kendrick on Elle, Mila Kunis on Marie Claire, Taylor Schiling on Allure

By  June 30, 2014

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Anna Kendrick is covering Elle’s first-ever social issue. Kendrick, despite being a huge star, has such a relatable, girl-next-door persona and it comes across online. “I’ve never really felt like I’ve exactly traded on my looks,” the July 2014 cover girl said. “When I was a teenager, I was an ultra-late bloomer, and my mom would say it was a blessing, because it means you never have to wonder if guys are only interested in you because you’ve got boobs. I would have been thrilled if guys were interested in me because of my boobs.”

Speaking of boobs, Mila Kunis can’t get enough of hers. “They’re amazing,” the Marie Claire July cover girl said. “They’ve tripled in size. I was a 34A; now I’m a 36C. I’m so excited! I’m telling everyone I know, ‘Go ahead, touch them! Without being an *sshole, I have to say, I love being pregnant.” Kunis is also opening up about her life with fiancé Ashton Kutcher. “One day, it just changed. All of a sudden, it wasn’t the same. And I was really proud of myself for acknowledging that. The best day of my life so far was the proposal. I cried. I was a mess. Not to discredit any relationships in my past, but this relationship is different.”

Orange is the New Black star Taylor Schilling is opening up to Allure magazine about the scariest scene that she has ever had to shoot: the shower scene where another character tried to shank her. Schilling doesn’t stop there! The actress also opens up about working in Hollywood after her role in Ben Affleck’s Argo that ended up on the cutting room floor. “I don’t feel bound by my face or my body,” the Allure cover girl said. “I don’t feel like that’s the biggest gift I have to offer the world. I feel like there are more parts of me to offer than that.”

Modern Family’s Julie Bowen is in on the summer/fall issue of NewBeauty! Inside the glossy, the 44-year-old describes what it’s really like on the red carpet. “What an assembly line they are!” Bowen said. “There are people shoving you out there and yelling. As someone at home watching the red carpet, show it looks glamorous, but it is very much a factory.” She continued, “No matter what you do, somebody will get ‘the picture’ of you—that one with you bending the wrong way or the one with your eye closed. Then they run it and say, ‘she’s drunk, she’s fat.’ Then the next page says, ‘she’s too thin.’ The person in front of you is Cate Blanchett and the person coming up behind is 12, so there is anyways someone who is going to look better.” The issue is on newsstands now.