I have scans from People ‘World’s Most Beautiful’ Issue, that hit stands today. It features a great interview and a beautiful new photoshoot. Check it:
The August issue of Vanity Fair Italy has a four-pages article celebrating Sandy’s 50 anniversary. Check scans in our gallery:
The last issue of People Magazine brings a very nice article about Sandy and Warren Easton, the public charter high school in New Orleans that she adopted after the Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. Her donations have helped rebuild the campus, fund scholarships for graduates, pay for athletic equipment and band uniforms and open a health clinic.
No one ever talks about the good. If you are ever wondering about how good life is and can be, you can come to Warren Easton. These kids have been working a couple of jobs, some come from hard places, but every time they walk under that roof, they know they’re cared for, they’re admired for what they can bring to the table.
A lovely picture illustrate the article, and you can find both in our gallery:
Sandy is featured on February ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ UK issue, among other Academy Awards winners/nominees. On the article, they’re talking about how The Oscars are a popularity contest.
I have added digital scans into the gallery, with the full article – which has a pretty new photo of Sandy.
And the last part of our post-Christmas updates comes with some magazine scans. I got exclusive (meant scanned by yours truly) scans of InStyle Mexico released on last October, and also my friend Claudia got scans of Singapore magazine 8 Days (also released in October). Those are exclusive to our site and we ask for a link back if/when resposting. Other miscellaneous scans was also added, and you can check on the links below:
The January issue of Empire Magazine has 2 pages on their ‘Oscar Special’ featuring Gravity, and you can find scans up in the gallery:
The two actors were in fact very rarely together on stage, given Cuaro?n’s strictly pre-vized, physically restrictive, virtual- environment approach. “In some instances there was no George!” the director reveals — even when on screen Ryan was with his Matt Kowalski. “But we tried to adapt the technology for them to be together, [especially when] it was about eyes, them looking at each other. But physically there is only so far you can move bodies before they feel uncomfortable and you feel the strain and the gravity. We’d say, ‘Well you have to understand, Sandra, that George’s face is not going to be here, it’s going to be here.’ Even in the moments they were together there was all this kind of abstraction. What we did was rehearse the chemistry first so they got it and were just trying to replicate it through the whole thing.”