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Jessica Alba covers Entertainment Weekly’s Summer Must List issue

1313-1314-EWcvr-MustIt’s summertime, when the pop-culture mercury starts to boil. Three months of big-name blockbusters, new TV, music festivals, and more await us, which is why we’ve gone ahead and stuffed all the season’s best stuff into this week’s Summer Must List issue.

And who better to heat up its cover than Jessica Alba, the midriff-baring star of Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Alba returns as lasso-swinging stripper Nancy Callahan in the hyper-violent, hyper-sexy, hyper-everything sequel to 2005′s live-action comic book, co-directed once more by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. But this time, Alba’s character has a little more bite. “She was more naive in the first film. Ignorance was bliss,” Alba says. “In this one there’s no bliss and no ignorance. I wanted her to transition from being a victim to being someone who’s in control of her own story.”

 

Now a mother of two and president of the multimillion-dollar Honest Company, Alba’s outlook on her place in Hollywood as an actress and sex symbol has also changed in the years since the first Sin City. “I was such a deer in the headlights when I did the first one,” she says. “I was so green and just trying to take it all in. I have a fearlessness now that I didn’t before.” At Entertainment Weekly’s photo shoot in Malibu, she even took some time to answer some hard-hitting (and not so hard-hitting) questions. Watch our exclusive video below:

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Jessica Alba covers Redbook’s April 2014 issue

Jessica Alba’s Guide to Reinventing Yourself

In just a few short years, she went from being a hot starlet to an eco-crusader and savvy entrepreneur. All it took was passion and a single-minded focus on protecting the earth, for her kids and yours. Get a sneak peak at our cover interview right here.

On how people who don’t kiss their kids on the mouth are sorta weird
“Really? Why?! It’s your baby. People allow dogs to lick at their mouths.”

On her gal pals from Mommy and Me
“They’re some of my closest girlfriends. It’s weird when we’re doing normal mom things and there’s paparazzi around. That’s the only thing that makes everyone uncomfortable.”

On what she and her husband, Cash Warren, are addicted to“All he watches is sports. Fantasy football is so annoying—there’s always a game on. Though he says I’m addicted to Instagram, so it goes both ways!”

On her love of Craigslist
“I bought my hot pink desk off Craigslist. I have a problem. I love vintage furniture, and refurbishing is one of the most eco things you can do. I also got a couple of cool chairs and Danish mid-century credenzas off of Craigslist.”

Find out where Jessica gets her parenting advice, the biggest challenge she faces as a mom, and how her marriage to Cash Warren has changed. It’s all in the April issue of REDBOOK—on newsstands March 11—or download the iPad edition here.

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Jessica Alba covers Nylon Magazine’s March 2014 issue

Jessica Alba who has been a regular fixture on Nylon’s best dressed list over the past years has scored her first cover for magazine’s March 2014 issue.

here’s a big reason why Jessica Alba is–and will be–our eternal girl crush: she’s just so unbelievably cool. Whether she’s kicking butt onscreen in movies like Sin City or breaking into business with The Honest Company, the actress-slash-mogul isn’t afraid to take charge. With no fewer than seven (!!) movies on the horizon, Alba is the perfect choice for NYLON’s March cover girl. And as the star tells writer Kate Williams, many things might’ve changed since Dark Angel, but she’s still just as badass. Don’t be surprised if you see her on a motorcycle anytime soon.

On her new approach to acting:
“I’ve played a lot of leading-lady types; they were sweet, aspirational, not terribly complicated people. I need to make sure I had staying power, so I went after tentpole movies that were going to be big and global. I really just want to work with directors who I think are cool, and on movies that I think are fun and characters that I think are interesting, whether that’s an indie or a big movie.”

On being trained in stunts:
“I know how to ride a motorcycle, I can do wire work like you see in circuses. I can shoot a gun. I know how to fight, too.”
On how she hasn’t changed:
“I can probably still wear midriffs.”

  

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Jessica Alba covers West East Magazine’s Fall/Winter issue

As we’ve mentioned on twitter/facebook earlier last month, Jessica is on the upcoming Fall/winter issue of Weast East magazine, and thanks to Dailymail we have some interview highlights and more photos.

She plays a tattooed young woman in her new indie comedy A.C.O.D. But the 32-year-old channels a screen siren of yesteryear in the film noir inspired spread for West East magazine’s latest issue.

In the accompanying interview, the Machete Kills actress opens up about motherhood, work ethic and her business The Honest Company.

‘When it comes to balancing everything, I try to live my life the best I can and I sometimes have to compromise on one thing or another,’ she says.

Alba admits to keeping lists, schedules and labels to make things ‘run smoother and maintain my sanity.’

She also describes her ‘quick but effective’ make-up routine that consists of concealer, cream blush and mascara.

‘It takes 10 minutes and I look like I’ve had a good night’s sleep,’ she says.

But no matter what, her children come first.

‘Ultimately, my children’s health and happiness is my priority, so as long as they’re great everything else just sort of works out.’

   

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Jessica Alba covers Health Magazine’s October 2013 issue

jessica-alba-300x200There’s a new Jessica Alba in town. The screen star is still here, of course—this fall she appears in two major films, the comedy A.C.O.D. and the action movie Machete Kills. But the mother of two daughters (Honor, 5, and Haven, 2, with her husband, Cash Warren) is also an entrepreneur, who saw a need for more natural products for new moms and made it happen. A year after launching The Honest Company—which sells everything from nontoxic diapers to body wash—she has written a handbook to clean living, The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You, and is in the process of moving the company into new headquarters in Santa Monica. It’s a bright, skylit space, where one wall is peppered with positive mantras. Among the painters and movers shuffling through, Jessica, 32, fits right in: She’s wearing denim overalls and a black-and-white-striped tank top, her hair up in a topknot. It’s a style inspired by “um, hammering things?” she says, laughing. “It doesn’t get done unless I do it!”

As she sips a green drink she brought from home, the down-to-earth star chats with Health about how she got her brand off the ground, which healthy change helped her allergies the most and what it took for her to finally wear a short skirt in public.

When you started this company, you were already a movie star. Was it daunting to try something completely new?

There were certainly moments when it was scary. The day we launched, I was like, Is anyone even going to go to our website [honest.com]? Our distribution is mainly the Internet. It took me about three years of people telling me I was crazy and that there’s no way it could ever happen before I found the partners who could balance my weaknesses.

What is it with people feeling the need to tell you it will never happen?

Well, because it’s so untraditional, in a space that’s dominated by big, big players. But at the end of the day, when you’re so big, it’s hard to be malleable; it’s hard to have a soul. We never entered thinking we were taking on the big guys. We just knew that there was an opportunity to do something cool for families. We all have young children here, and all the choices we make are really dictated by what would make our lives better as parents, versus solely relying on market research. Of course people were like, “I’ve never heard of that.” Because it didn’t exist; there was no template.

Well, like your mantra downstairs says, “Dive in to the deep end…” What’s your mantra of the moment?

Breathe. I swear. It’s been so hectic. And I’ve been doing more work in movies and on television lately.

Is the fulfillment you get through your company different from what you get through acting?

Oh, yeah. My decisions here affect more than just me. It’s a lot of pressure. This is intense. This is important. This is time-consuming. When I do a movie or a television show, I have control over so little of it. So I’ve found, lately, that it’s so much more fulfilling to be a lot more risky with my acting choices.

What are you drawn to these days?

My choices used to be about pleasing other people. And you have to be the opposite, I think, to get the most out of your experience as an actress. So now I don’t feel the pressure to be that girl. It’s also part of getting older and being a mom. So it’s a nice balance, because this business can really wear you down, especially being in it as long as I have. This year, I’ve acted for 20 years. That’s so messed up! How did I do anything for 20 years? [Laughs] Now I don’t work just to work. To me, doing two or three days on a movie with a cool director is more important than spending my life on a set. – Health Magazine

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