Cardi B. is the covegirl of the latest issue of W Magazine.
In this special Art Issue, Cardi B. dishes on everything from her relationship, to rumors, parenting, her influences and more.
Check out some snippets of her interview below.
On being confident in her relationship –
“Every single day there’s rumors about me and my dude. And it almost drives me crazy, because I start to believe them. But I cannot be feeling insecure, to a point that I would drive my dude away, because these people want that to happen.”
On who she cares about most –
“My baby. That’s all I give a fuck about right now. I’m thinking about how my money’s going to last so this girl is 21 and put in college. I’m thinking about five years from now and like, How am I going to discipline this girl?”
On the part of history that fascinates her –
“For some reason I’m really fascinated with the Holocaust. People were so naïve to believe certain things. But then we in 2018 and there’s people that believe that our problems come from a certain group of people. It just baffles my mind.” Link in bio.
Janelle Monae has gone to the dogs, as she has been tapped for a role in the upcoming ‘Lady and the Tramp’ remake.
The Disney film will be a mix of live-action and computer animation.
Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux will be lending their talents to the titular characters. ‘Lady and the Tramp’ was released back in 1955. In 2001, Disney released the sequel, ‘Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure.’
Monae will play a character named Peg (voiced by Peggy Lee in the animated movie); a character best remembered for singing the song “He’s a Tramp.” Peg is a Shih Tzu Maltese dog who befriends Tramp, and helps her getaway from the dogcatcher in the beginning of the original film.
Thomas Mann, Kiersey Clemons, Benedict Wong, Ashley Jensen and Yvette Nicole Brown round our the cast of the remake. The official release date has yet to be announced.
Nicki Minaj covers a very special edition of Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam.
The magazine has titled the issue ‘Music Icon.’ Inside the publication discusses Minaj’s music, tour and style.
The female emcee is busy promoting her new album Queen and podcast by the same name. Minaj had to cancel a portion of her world tour, but promises fans that the kinks will be worked out.
Kevin Hart covers the latest issue of ‘Haute Time.’
The comedian’s new movie, “Night School” is the No. 1 comedy in the world. And with Hart gearing up for the January release of his first dramatic role in ‘The Upside,’ it appears that the sky’s the limit for him.
On his love for luxury watches –
“I’m a watch fanatic,” he openly confesses. “They are the definition, and they are the reflection of the hard work that I put into everything I do. Each one has a story behind it; each one is a representation of my time, which is something I value very much.”
On his co-stars and who he’d like to work with –
“The highlight [in working with my co-stars] is getting to see and know the people behind the entertainers,” he notes. “When they’re not afraid to be themselves and show their genuine, authentic side, it’s really incredible. And it’s incredible that I can call all of those actors and actresses my friends.” When asked if there’s a dream list of talent he’s yet to work with, he has the most perfectly pragmatic-meets-que-sera- sera response: “I think if I’m supposed to work with someone, it’ll happen. But two people in particular I’d love to work with are Denzel [Washington] and Will Smith.”
On his comedic roots –
“Being a comedian is dear to my heart,” he declares. “That’s where I started, and that’s where I’ll finish.”
For more with Hart, check out www.hautetime.com.
Michael B. Jordan is gracing the cover of the latest issue of VANITY FAIR.
The actor is all wet, as he’s photographed in what looks like an ocean for the cover. The actor is currently gearing up for the release of ‘CREED 2,’ a movie that likely got him in physical shape for ‘Black Panther.’
Jordan went from playing a troubled young man named Reggie on ‘All My Children’ to a villain in ‘Black Panther.’ In this issue, the actor discusses his goals and how he plans on tackling them.
“Almost Famous” is heading to the broadway stage.
Director Cameron Crowe is said to be making a stage adaptation of the hit 2000 film.
Crowe won an Oscar for the screenplay in 2011.
“I remember the first day of filming Almost Famous,” Crowe told the Rolling Stone. “We were standing in downtown San Diego, shooting a scene with Phillip Seymour Hoffman on the very same street where I’d first met Lester Bangs. It felt surreal. It felt like a miracle.”
He continued, “I called a friend of mine and said, ‘How did I get here?’ He laughed and said, ‘Enjoy it, this won’t happen again.’ The current miracle is that the feeling is coming alive again.”
“Almost Famous” was nominated for four Oscars. No word on when the show would hit the stage.
Kevin Hart covers the new issue of ADWEEK.
Just in time for the opening of his new movie, “Night School” Hart is shining all over the world.
In this issue, the funnyman talks Fame, keeping a level head and being a business man.
Though Hart is a comedian, he is also focusing on branding himself. Check out the new issue of ADWEEK for more details!