Zoe Saldana And Her Sisters In "W" Magazine + Paula Patton COVERS "JEZEBEL" Magazine
Zoe Saldana is featured in this month's "W" Magazine with her sisters Mariel and Cisley in an article called "Soul Sisters" See the gorgeous pic inside and also see Paula Patton on the cover of "JEZEBEL" Magazine........
Zoe Saldana is joined by her beautiful sisters Mariel and Cisley in a "W" article called Soul Sisters about the sisterly bonds between the women. In the article that accompanies the feature the sister discuss how close they are and how they have to live near each other......
“Because we’ve had to survive so many things, there’s this special bond that connects us,” says actress Zoë Saldana (center), 33 of her sisters Cisely (left), 32, a producer, and Mariel (right), 34, a nurse.
We were raised in Queens, New York, until my father passed away when I was 9. Our mom, being a single parent, didn’t want us to grow up in a dangerous place, so she moved us to the Dominican Republic, where we stayed with my grandparents. Our mom would live with us there for one year and then spend one year in New York so she could make money to send back home for us. It’s inconceivable for us to be separated. We have to be around each other 24/7.”
And she’s not speaking metaphorically: When Zoë moved to L.A. from New York five years ago to pursue her film career (Avatar, Star Trek), her sisters quickly followed her. These days, they live within nine miles of each other. “I’ll text my mom once a day,” says Zoë. “But my sisters? Every 30 minutes we’re on BlackBerry Messenger.”
Nice pic of the ladies....
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Paula Patton covers "JEZEBEL" Magazine where she dishes on her role in the upcoming fourth Mission Impossible movie.
On seeing her current movie Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, for the first time:
“I just got to see the movie finally, a week ago, and I was blown away. It is very gritty and, somehow, the most impossible seems possible in the coolest way.”
On getting the coveted role opposite Tom Cruise:
“The truth is that I really didn’t think that I was going to get it. I remember them calling me and asking me to come in and read for the director, and I was like, ‘Come on, guys, don’t waste my time!’”
On dreams of being an actress:
I’ve always wanted to be an actress, since I was a little girl; I went to a performing arts high school, but then I got sidetracked and decided that maybe I wanted to be a filmmaker.”
Loves the pics.
Sadly, the world lost a VERY funny man earlier today when comedian Patrice O'Neal, 41, passed away. He was known as the host of Web Junk 2.0, stand-up cmedy, and several tv sitcoms. Friends are saying that Patrice died as a result of complications stemming from a stroke he suffered back in October. He will be missed.