I Am Michael stars James Franco and Zachary Quinto with Emma having a supporting role. A gay activist and magazine founder (James Franco) is saved from his homosexuality after turning to God, and later becomes a Christian pastor. The film is currently making its debut at film festivals so hopefully soon will see a theatrical release (most likely limited).
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Check out a cool behind the scenes look at Palo Alto, which is now playing in select theaters! Emma is featured in the latest Elle US along with Nicholas Kirkwood, shoe designer. Finally added scans and shoot from her June cover of Elle Canada. See the scans and photoshoots below!
Emma Roberts is hunched over her coral iPhone, which looks like it has been run over by a monster truck and is being held together with tape. She’s tweeting with fans. Questions from around the world are shooting over like flares. “Do you like pickles?” asks a follower, which makes the 23-year-old actress laugh before she scrolls past. (She later pulls out her dog-eared copy of Ask the Dust to check the title before answering a very excited British girl’s query of what she’s reading.)
We are in Los Angeles and have spent the day shooting ELLE Canada’s first live cover. The excitement that comes with doing something experimental is still crackling in the air. It’s fitting that we’re forging into the digital future with Roberts—niece of Julia—because she might just be the ultimate embodiment of modern Hollywood: She’s outspoken, fiercely stylish, glued to her social media, friends with fellow former child star Miley Cyrus and, above all, surprisingly talented.
Born in New York to notoriously stormy actor Eric Roberts and his then girlfriend Kelly Cunningham, Roberts cut her acting teeth on projects like Nickelodeon’s Unfabulous in 2004 and Nancy Drew before branching out to flicks like We’re the Millers and American Horror Story (AHS). In fact, she has done a lot of growing up over the past few years. She fell for AHS co-star Evan Peters and then, last year in Montreal, had a fight with him that led to the actress being arrested on suspicion of assault. (She was released without charge the next day.) When asked about the incident, she merely shakes her head, unwilling, or unable, to talk about it.
Roberts’ rocky entry into adulthood makes her performance in Palo Alto especially moving. In the film, based on James Franco’s book of the same title, the actress plays a teen who is confused about what she wants and what it means to grow up. Her character, April, is caught up in an affair with her much older soccer coach, played by Franco. “You’re young,” he says to her in the film. “You don’t know why you do things.”
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We’ll be bringing you behind-the-scenes of our cover shoot in Los Angeles this Thursday, March 27—giving sneak peeks of the fashion and beauty looks, and best of all, asking for your feedback! Louboutins or Manolos? Updo or glam blowout?
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On May 8th, we’ll host a live Twitter chat with Emma Roberts!
This is going to be the most fun cover we’ve ever done—and we’re so excited that we’re doing it together!
Check out scans from latest Entertainment Weekly which previews American Horror Story:Coven! Emma is shown in two stills in the preview and gives inside scoop on the upcoming season!
Emma is featured in the UK Instyle October 2013 issue! Check out scans and behind the scenes of her photoshoot below!
Below are scans from the August 2013 issue of Nylon magazine! Also check out outtakes in the gallery plus click “read rest of this entry” below for quotes not in the issue.
There’s one constant to paparazzi shots of Emma Roberts: The young Hollywood starlet is almost always in jeans. So just like a good pair, she was a perfect fit to grace the cover of our annual Denim Issue.
In the August edition of the magazine, on newsstands July 31, the actress invited NYLON’s executive editor Ashley Baker along on her search for skinny jeans as she chatted about how she’s been keeping busy (both on TV with American Horror Story: Coven and on the big screen in We’re the Millers and Palo Alto), what she’s been thinking about social media, and why she’s not ready to grow up quite yet. Subscribe here to make sure you get your issue–and then check out our sneak peek below!
“I’ve been with people in the past who lie about what they’re doing or whom they’re with, and you always find out about it. […] I’ve grown up in a business where we’re taught to think that relationships don’t last, and that people are supposed to be married a bunch of times. But I come from the school of getting married once. Every relationship should be important. Everyone kind of rolls their eyes at me, but I still believe in the romantic movie outcome.”
On making mistakes:
“I can’t say I’m never going to mess up, but if I do, I’ll definitely be very sorry.”
On meeting her boyfriend Evan Peters:
“We first met at a dinner party, and then we worked together on a movie [Adult World], which we did not date during. We didn’t get along, actually–he wouldn’t speak to me. But it turned out that we both liked each other, so months later, we started dating, which worked out for the best.”
On her public image:
“I mean, I’m sure everyone can say this, but a lot of people perceive me differently from how I actually am.”
On growing up–or not:
“I’m not really obsessed with wanting to be older and more mature. I felt like more of a grown-up at 17 than I do at 22. I’ve been regressing a little bit: ‘Wait, help me! I’m not ready! Don’t make me go!’ But I’ve matured, definitely.”