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20 April 2010 @ 03:53 pm
[71] Star Trek 2009 (including dvd extras)
[47]Terminator Salvation
[14]Clash of the Titans (2010)
[14] Sam Worthington

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04 April 2010 @ 10:42 pm
Hope you all enjoy the Easter weekend! On another note I came across the "making of" of Zoe's cover shoot with Nylon-magazine:

She talks about:
- How dancing is a part of the culture she grew up in
- Her style
- Her Calvin Klein blazer ;)
- Cosmetics
- Ballet
27 March 2010 @ 03:39 pm

For what this picspam? Because I adore Star Trek, since I have memory I have seen the movies and have been sat with my father looking at the series in the television, I'm young, I have seventeen years and adore Star Trek, am a freak? Maybe, but doesn't matter to me, because I adore Star Trek and I will always adore it!

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25 March 2010 @ 12:27 am

[10] Zoe Saldana Icons (Part of a 184 Multi Singer/Actor post)

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23 March 2010 @ 01:03 pm
Scoring yet another magazine cover, Zoe is on the cover of Nylon's April issue. Here are some excerpts from the interview, pictures and the actual cover are below the cut.
Zoe Saldana: Center Stage
"I love sex and rock 'n roll. You have no idea."
by Luke Crisell

Zoe Saldana's leading role in the most successful film of all time may have been along time coming, but she's just getting started. Here, the actress speaks candidly about Avatar, racism in Hollywood, and doing her homework in a mango tree. Here's a peek at what's inside - read the whole story in our April issue!

On moving from New York City to the Dominican Republic at age 9:
“We went from this urban life to running around barefoot in the countryside and being taught how to gut fish. We were learning how to climb coconut trees – let me tell you, they are fucking dangerous!... I would do my homework in guava and mango trees.”

On learning dance as a child:
“That was the beginning of a beautiful fucking romance. That was my Xanax, let me tell you… it put all my demons in order.”

On Hollywood casting:
“When they say ‘We want to go white,’ they have a very smooth way of saying it, and the recent one is the word traditional. [I’ve heard] ‘Oh, you know, you’re just not what we were looking for, your skin is a little darker.’ Compared to what?! My skin is just my skin. It’s dark if you compare it to someone who’s lighter.”

On meeting James Cameron:
“I’m thinking he probably imagined some Amazonian girl [for Neytiri] – I had really long hair at the time – wearing really little shit with like, a bow and arrow. I had no idea she was blue and nine feet tall. But for some reason, he was like, ‘You look so much like her!’”8 more picturesCollapse )
11 March 2010 @ 02:15 pm
The cover of the April issue of Essence is yet another that Zoe gets to grace. Here is a little preview of what Zoe had to say to the magazine. You can find more information regarding Zoe's movies, beauty looks and style on the website of the magazine (Essence.com - click Source 1 below).

From A to Zoe
"Power can be an amazing tool or a deadly weapon..."--Zoe Saldana

She garnered tons of attention with her star turn in the Oscar-nominated blockbuster "Avatar." And sure, she's got a string of hot films coming soon--opposite everyone from Chris Rock to Idris Elba. But who is Zoe Saldana, really? ESSENCE talks to Hollywood's screen gem as she gets real on power, sex and guilty pleasures.

ON SEX: “Love it, love it, love it-can’t live without it! I love sex. I love skin. I don’t believe the body is something to hide. I think in American society we’re messing up our kids by taking away the education on and awareness of our sexuality and replacing it with violence, guns and video games-and we’re breeding little criminals.”

ON LOVE: “I’m more of a punch-drunk-love kind of girl. I mean punch as in that pow, that jolt, that kick in the gut. I like things that are severe, passionate and extreme.”
08 March 2010 @ 11:37 pm
[40] Oscars (including; Zoe Saldana, Diane Kruger, Kristen Stewart, Anna Kendrick, Sam Worthington)
[12] Remember Me
[16] Sierra Kusterbeck

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04 March 2010 @ 11:08 am
-Burn Notice [15]
-Star Trek XI (2009) [34]
-Gilmore Girls [24]
-Smallville [50]
-White Collar [02]
-Lauren Graham [09]

-Smallville; Clana, Clois [12]

-Star Trek XI (2009) [01]


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03 March 2010 @ 11:36 pm
Zoe will be on one of the three covers of the Glamour's April issue (alongside Leighton Meester and Amanday Seyfried) and there is also a short interview:

Zoë Saldana: The Most Elegant Member of the Glam New Guard
By Laurie Sandell

She’s had a career-changing year, and now the superchic “blue girl” from Avatar, 31, tells writer Laurie Sandell all about it.

GLAMOUR: How has your definition of glamour changed over the years?
ZOË SALDANA I love aging. Why would I want to be 21 for the rest of my life? Glamour is about feeling good in your own skin.

GLAMOUR: In past interviews, you’ve bristled on the topic of race. Why?
ZOË SALDANA Because ethnic is a word that doesn’t exist in my vocabulary. In Hollywood, you hear things like, “Oh, they loved you but they want to go more traditional.” That’s the new N word. So when [someone says] I look “dark,” I say, “Dark compared to whom? This is just my skin.”

GLAMOUR: This truly is the Year of Zoë Saldana . How has your life changed?
ZOË SALDANA To quote a rapper, “Mo’ money, mo’ problems.” More work, less time to live.

GLAMOUR: Is it tough to make time for your boyfriend, [actor] Keith Britton?
ZOË SALDANA Well, it’s not like he sits around waiting. We travel a lot, which keeps things alive. We’re very private. It’s worked for 10 years—long enough to go to hell and back.

GLAMOUR: Where will you be in 10 years?
ZOË SALDANA I want to be the best daughter, sister, friend and wife I can possibly be—because when I die, I am not going to be buried with my Oscar. I want to love life.

27 February 2010 @ 07:34 pm
I just came across an article about Zoe in the February/March issue of the magazine Wonderland. Here is the interview (for the complete you have to purchase the issue – and it seems worth it! ;) as far as it is published on the internet. You can find more pictures of her photo shoot for the magazine at the source.

By Seamus Duff

After starring in two of the biggest films of last year Zoe Saldana is not wasting any time moving on to her next challenge.

The year 2009 was a busy one for Zoe Saldana, having been the leading lady in two of the year’s biggest films – playing Uhura in J. J. Abrams’ re-imagined Star Trek, and Na’vi princess Neytiri in James Cameron’s ground-breaking Avatar. Despite beginning her acting career at the turn of the century, it took a while for Saldana to find her way into the acting world, having spent many years training as a ballerina – something she demonstrated in her debut film role as Eva Rodríguez in 2000’s cult dance film Center Stage.

“In my mind, I will always be a dancer, but my body seems to differ,” she laughs. “I started danc- ing a little late in life, and even though I enjoy it and gave it my all six days a week, I realised that I couldn’t be as good a dancer as I wanted, and my body was telling me ‘You’ve been putting me through the mill for nine years and this is as far as I am gonna go.’ I would want to be much better, so I took a step back and I parted with it.”Read MoreCollapse )