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Cover girl for Elle July Edition

June 10th, 2015     7:30 pm

Hello everyone! Here is a really great news! Amber Heard is the cover girl of the upcoming july issue of the famous magazine ELLE (US Edition). This is awesome! I’m really happy to see Amber on the cover of ELLE magazine! Here you can find the official cover, and a second cover for the magazine, but also three HQ outtakes from her photoshoot (photographed by Liz Collins). You can read a part of her interview below. What do you think of this cover ?


How much do you really know about Amber Heard, actress and Johnny Depp slayer ? For this month’s cover story, ELLE sat down with Heard in advance of the July 1 release of Magic Mike XXL, and discovered she’s far more complicated—and even more fun—than the tabloids let on. Here’s just a sneak peek at what Heard had to say. For the full story, pick up the July issue—available digitally and in select cities on June 16, and on newsstands nationwide June 23.

On the dearth of layered female roles in Hollywood:
“I get a stack of scripts, like, once a month, and most of the time, you find these placeholder girls that are there to provide a bounce for the male character. So we know he’s funny because she’s serious and she’s mad at him. We know he’s strong because she needs saving. So really her job is to validate this personality trait of our hero or male. I mean we’re trying to imitate life, and it seems to me a deeply saddening injustice that we are so uncreative and uninterested in developing representations of female life.”

On tiring of being put in “a Barbie box”:
“I feel like I’m constantly fighting against my exterior, or this exterior presentation of myself because of how I look or perhaps because of who I’m with.”

On life since marrying her husband, Johnny Depp:
“Nothing is a dramatic change. We’ve been together for a long time now, so it’s been a fairly organic process. I have a fiercely independent spirit.”

On the fear of losing her freedom to fame:
“The thing that really scares me is the potential of losing my freedom. I never want for my life to lose the ability to transverse the world, with freedom and ease. The freedom and ease I have worked so hard to acquire for myself.”

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