Taylor Lautner got himself all greased up to be photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Nicola Formichetti. for VMAN magazine.
We’re not sure if it’s lighting, makeup, photoshop or a combination of all three, but this only barely looks like him to us.
On who he really is: “If I’m not filming, I’m promoting, and if it wasn’t Twilight, it was a different movie, so it got really busy. But yeah, no, I, you know, I hang out with my friends, family, and kind of just – I don’t even know. It’s like, when I am not filming, it seems like – I don’t even know what I do.”
On his pre-Twilight innocence: “I hadn’t explored much besides Michigan and California. When I am traveling the world promoting the films I say I am on vacation, but it’s not really true, I guess – because when I go to a beautiful city I spend the whole time in a hotel room and then I am back on a plane to the next place.”
On his Twilight family: “It was really helpful that all of us were going through the same thing at the same time. I think if we didn’t have that sort of relationship it would have been tough. It would have felt pretty lonely. Because when you are filming for these Breaking Dawn movies, we were filming for seven months – and if you’re there alone the whole time even with the cast members, like on a day off, or on weekends, you’d go nuts.”
He’s not obnoxious about it like so many of his contemporaries are, but whining about how hard it is to be an extremely well-paid movie star is tired. Then again, you can’t underestimate the Twilight fans. The more adamant among them will probably weep for Taylor and his many hardships.
As for the pics, well… this is more of a face-itorial than editorial. Forget about the clothes; these are just artfully produced Tiger Beat pinups.
Still, they’re pretty.
Jacket and t-shirt by Calvin Klein Collection.
T-shirt by Calvin Klein Collection.
Jacket by Giorgio Armani. T-shirt by Emporio Armani.
[Photo Credit: Steven Klein for vman.com]