Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Zoe Kravitz on the Cover of Rolling Stone Magazine


For the latest cover of Rolling Stone magazine, Zoe Kravitz is the cover star. On the cover which was shot by Zoey Grossman, Zoe is channeling her famous mother Lisa Bonet's cover from May 1988. In the issue, she talks getting married, turning 30, her next project, her famous parents and more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on her feature, visit RollingStone.com and pick up a copy on newsstand.




On not wanting to be an A-list star:
I’m still doing lots of supporting parts, and I’m in no rush. I’m getting better, and I wasn’t ready to be working with the kind of people I’m working with now. So I’m happy with the pace of the ride.

On her personality:
There’s this Kravitz family thing where people think we’re really cool and serious, which always makes me laugh — because we’re some of the goofiest people in the world. I was a serious Burner, man! It really opened me up — just meeting strangers, experiencing that creativity, letting your guard down.

On turing 30:
Your twenties are fun, but they’re such a mess! Making mistakes, not knowing what you want, being a little bit of an asshole. I’m excited for my thirties, because I have a better sense of who I am and what my intention is with art and how to execute it. I’m sure I’ll make more mistakes. But that’s OK. We’re all beautiful messes.


Credit: Rolling Stone


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