Glamour Magazine has unveiled a star-studded month of May featuring three covers of rising starlets. Freida Pinto, Ashley Greene, and Emma Stone show off fun & flirty floral looks as well as discuss ethnicity, anxiety, and career growth. Pick up your copy of the May 2011 edition of Glamour Magazine on April 5th.
Frieda Pinto, 26, on Ethnicity and Hollywood: “I think people are starting to become more color-blind in the industry. Of course, my Indian-ness cannot be ignored. At the same time, if I am being considered for a romantic comedy, I would like if [the script] didn’t try to inject as much ethnicity into the story as possible.”
Emma Stone, 22, on anxiety and therapy: “I was in therapy. From 8 to 10, I was borderline agoraphobic,” she said. “I could not leave my mom’s side. I don’t really have panic attacks anymore, but I had really bad anxiety. There was a lot of fear, but [coming to Hollywood] was also very exciting.”
Ashley Greene, 24, on a career beyond the Twilight series: “It is difficult because people look at you as that character. I want to play a role of a 24-year-old woman, not 17-year-old girls. So I have picked a couple of films like ‘Butter’ to show that. And it’s perfectly fine not to do anything for a year if I don’t find the right thing.”