Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Jessica Biel on the August 2017 Cover of Marie Claire Magazine


Jessica Biel has a new TV show coming out called 'The Sinner' and you can catch her on the August 2017 cover of Marie Claire magazine. On the cover which was shot by Txema Yeste, Jessica is wearing a MUGLER FALL 2017 top and DOLCE & GABBANA FALL 2017 embroidered panel jeans. I can't say that I am loving the hair but I like the pieces that she is wearing.

In the issue, she talks playing Cora in 'The Sinner', motherhood, the politic climate and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Jessica's feature, visit MarieClaire.com and pick up a copy on newsstand on July 18th.






On playing Cora in The Sinner, facing her personal challenges, and exploring her dark side:
I have challenges standing up for myself sometimes. Times when I don't trust my own voice. And that's the stuff I needed to bring out and explore to understand Cora. It's like a drug, like an adrenaline rush. There's a real catharsis…you're exhausted, you are free; you feel a lot of different things. For me, it's like a rebirth. Like I'm a phoenix rising up out of the ashes.

On her Hollywood experience as a child actor: 
My Hollywood experience as a young person was never one of those True Hollywood stories where I was left alone to my own devices with no parental supervision. There was always somebody with me.

What makes her and husband Justin Timberlake work: 
We have similar values; we believe in loyalty, honesty. We like to have fun. We like a lot of the same things. Also, in the business, we're all very career-oriented, and you have to be a little selfish. I understand that about my peers—about being focused and driven—and if you can find that and someone who shares the same values as you, it's like: Score!

What she's learned from motherhood: 
You think you're a selfless person, and then you realize you're not. These little people come around, and they require so much, and your schedule is really not your own, nor is it important anymore, and it's very clear that it's your life now revolving around this dude. I'm not that person who feels like, Oh, my whole life changes for my kid, but it does.

Her thoughts on the national political climate: 
This is just where we are, and I just really, really, really want all the good work that's been done for women and women's rights and the environment to not get turned around.




Credit: Marie Claire magazine


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