The press on Madonna in Interview magazine

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La presse sur Madonna dans le magazine Interview.


Madonna isn't shy when it comes to flaunting her lingerie-clad body for Interview magazine
BY Cristina Everett
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Originally Published:Wednesday, May 5th 2010, 11:01 AM
Updated: Wednesday, May 5th 2010, 12:58 PM
If there's one thing Madonna hasn't lost, it's ambition.
The Material Girl continues to change her evolving look by posing for the May issue of Interview magazine in a variety of ensembles, ranging from an eye-patch to lacy lingerie.
Seductively tugging at her underwear, Madge flaunts her ridiculously toned body in one photo, while sensually resting a crucifix on her mouth in another.
In addition to flaunting her age-defying physique, the 51-year-old singer also speaks to film director Gus Van Sant about how she balances work and life as a single mother.
"I tend to write during the day so I can see my children at night. But if my kids aren't with me and I have a chunk of time when I'm a single woman living in my house for a miraculous week, I will get to write at different hours," she says. "I mean, we've burned the candle. We've stayed up all night. We've done it every which way. But generally we schedule chunks of time to be together and work on it."
The singer went on to reveal her new career venture that has consumed the past two-and-a-half years of her life. She's been working on a big feature film titled "W.E.," which tells the tale of Britain's King Edward VIII, who abdicated the throne to marry U.S. divorcee Wallis Simpson.
"Making a movie, before you start filming and you're in the trenches, it just seems like this process of pushing – of working through all of these people saying no," says the singer, who acts as the film's screenwriter and producer. "It seems like the whole world is against you. I've never had that experience before, because making records and putting my shows together … I've never really experienced much resistance. But when you make a movie, it seems like there's nothing but resistance. It's kind of a miracle that any movie ever gets made."
Despite not having a record deal at the moment, the singer says she plans to "reinvent the wheel" for her new album.
"I haven't really been focused as much as I should be on the music part of my career because this movie has just consumed every inch of me," she says. "Between that and my four children, I don't have the time or the energy for anything else."
Source: NY Daily News.

The press on Madonna in Interview magazine
Madonna says she's been obsessed with working on her new feature film, 'W.E.' Madge has no shame flaunting her toned body in lacy lingerie. The May issue of Interview hits newsstands nationwide on May 11.
Photo: Mert Atlas and Marcus Piggot/Interview.

Madge wants to focus on directing movies...
13:15, Wednesday, 5 May 2010
Madonna
has claimed that she is going to give her music career a little break so that she can concentrate on film directing.
She told Interview Magazine: "I've been writing it (the forthcoming movie W.E.) for the last two and a half years, to tell you the truth. It's been kind of an obsession of mine. I started writing it when I finished filming [directorial debut] Filth and Wisdom. It was actually an idea I had before that, but I made Filth and Wisdom because I realised that I didn't really have a right to make a bigger film until I made a smaller film - and learned how to make a film."
Madonna then went on to explain that she isn’t currently signed to any label and that it might be difficult to get her music out in the future without one:
"I don't have a record deal right now with anybody. I don't know how I'm going to get my music out the next time I make a record. I'm going to have to reinvent the wheel. I haven't really been focused as much as I should be on the music part of my career, because this movie has just consumed every inch of me. Between that and my four children, I don't have the time or the energy for anything else."
Source: MTV UK.


Madonna goes au naturel in latest photo shoot
By ALISON MALONEY, The Sun
NEWSCORE
Last Updated: 9:45 AM, May 5, 2010
Posted: 9:29 AM, May 5, 2010
Madonna
ditched the airbrush for her latest photoshoot -- and proved she can still look as good as a woman half her age, The Sun reported Wednesday.
The 51-year-old smouldered in fishnets and a lacy bra for the shots for Interview magazine.
And the indentation around her stomach, left by the tights she pulled away in a seductive pose, proves that the toned figure is all hers.
In another shot, the queen of pop revisits her controversial relationship with religion by kissing a crucifix.
The sultry snaps accompany an interview with director Gus Van Sant in which she admits that watching ex-husband Sean Penn in the movie 'Milk' made her cry.
"Milk was such a brilliant film," she told the movie's director.
"I cried and cried. I loved it. He (Penn) is amazing ... I could see why he would be attracted to the role and be able to say yes in two seconds. Watching Milk was such a trip down memory lane for me."
Source: NYPOST.


Madge naturally fabulous at 51
Madonna in sexy shoot without airbrushing
By ALISON MALONEY
Published: 05/05/2010
MADONNA
ditched the airbrush for her latest photoshoot - and proved she can still look as good as a woman half her age.
The 51-year-old Material Girl smouldered in fishnets and a lacy bra for the shots for Interview magazine.
And the indentation around her stomach, left by the tights she pulled away in a seductive pose, proves that the toned figure is all hers.
In another shot, the Queen of Pop revisits her controversial relationship with religion by kissing a crucifix.
The sultry snaps accompany an interview with director GUS VAN SANT in which she admits that watching ex-husband SEAN PENN in the movie Milk made her cry.
"Milk was such a brilliant film," she told the movie's director.
"I cried and cried. I loved it. He (Penn) is amazing... I could see why he would be attracted to the role and be able to say yes in two seconds. Watching Milk was such a trip down memory lane for me."
Madonna also reveals she sidelined her music career while she wrote W.E. - her film about Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson - and looked after her children.
She said: "I haven't really been focused as much as I should be on the music part of my career, because this movie has consumed every inch of me.
"Between that and my children, I don't have the time or energy for anything else."
Judging by the amazing figure, she still finds time to spend in the gym.
And it's definitely paying off.
Source: The Sun ShowbizBizarre USA.

The press on Madonna in Interview magazine
The press on Madonna in Interview magazine

Look no Photoshop: Madonna, 51, ditches the airbrush as she poses confidently in her undies like a model half her age
By Chris Johnson
Last updated at 11:07 AM on 5th May 2010
With the indentations left by fishnets still visible across her midriff, here is the proof that Madonna is still confident enough in her figure to do away with the airbrush.
Admittedly the soft lighting must have helped create these rather appealing shots.
But this is Madonna in all her glory, smouldering into the camera like a model half her 51 years.
She seductively tugs at her underwear, kisses a crucifix - she just can't resist, can she? - and puts on an eye-patch in her latest spread for Interview magazine.
It comes as a surprise to see the Queen of Pop in a more natural light, especially as she's appeared in so many airbrushed campaigns over the years, recently for the likes of Louis Vuitton.
But she has been looking more youthful than ever of late, notwithstanding a few unfortunate pictures of her arms. But in these shots, the good lighting ensures her arms appear less sinewy than usual.
Now she can add to her repertoire these impressive new photographs, which were shot by Mert Atlas and Marcus Piggot for a spread in the June edition of Interview magazine.
In the interview Madonna speaks to American film director Gus Van Sant and reveals she is now heavily focused on her film career and doesn't have the energy to sing any more.
She told Gus, the man behind films including Milk and Good Will Hunting, that her new movie W.E. - about the British Royal family - had taken over her life.
The 51-year-old, who has starred in film including Evita, has spent the past two-and-a-half years writing the film.
It tells the tale Britain's King Edward VIII, who abdicated the throne to marry U.S. divorcee Wallis Simpson.
But the she admitted that the task has left her little room to contemplate making another album.
The last studio album she released was Hard Candy in April 2008 with Warner Bros. Records.
It was her eleventh and final studio album with the record company before a greatest hits album Celebration, which was released last September, marking the end of a 25-year recording history.
Talking to Interview magazine, she told film director Gus: 'I’ve been writing it for the last two and a half years, to tell you the truth. It’s been kind of an obsession of mine.'
But regarding her next album, she continued
: 'I don’t have a record deal right now with anybody.
'I don’t know how I’m going to get my music out the next time I make a record.
'I haven't really been focused as much as I should be on the music part of my career, because this movie has consumed every inch of me.
'Between that and my children, I don’t have the time or energy for anything else.'
She also admitted that she 'cried and cried' when she watched her ex-husband Sean Penn portray a homosexual politician in the 2008 film Milk, which Gus Van Sant directed.
Mother-of-four Madonna said: 'Milk was such a brilliant film. I cried and cried. I loved it. He (Penn) is amazing... I could see why he would be attracted to the role and be able to say yes in two seconds. Watching Milk was such a trip down memory lane for me.'
Penn
won the Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of Harvey Milk in the movie.
Read the full interview on Interview magazine's website - www.interviewmagazine.com/music/madonna
Source: Mail Online.

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