Zoe Kravitz bares her chest for FLAUNT magazine’s newest issue. Inside, she talks about her upcoming film projects (she has quite a few) and the power of social media. More inside…
One thing is for sure, Zoe Kravitz doesn’t mind “flaunting” her bod in the name of art. The Insurgent star graces the pages of FLAUNT magazine and, in a few shots, she goes topless serving up a few risque flicks captured by photographer Zackery Michael. And we’re NOT mad.
Coming down the pipeline, Zoe, the daughter of rocker Lenny Kravitz and actress Lisa Bonet, has quite a few projects in the works. The 26-year-old YBF chick is currently doing press for her recently released sci-fi thriller Insurgent (March 20th). On top of that, she’s gearing up for the release of two films on the same day, Good Kill and Mad Max: Fury Road, both dropping on May 15th. She’s also starring in the upcoming coming of age dramedy DOPE, produced by Forest Whitaker and executive produced by Pharrell Williams and Diddy. And it’s expected to drop in June.
And there’s more…she will be starring in a lead role for an independent film titled Vincent-N-Roxxy and another independent film titled Viena and the Fantomes. Yes, chick is HARD at work.
In the interview with FLAUNT magazine, she talks about all of the work she has put in her new projects and she also chat about the pros and cons of social media.
Below are the highlights:
On her upcoming projects:
“I’m doing sh*t that I love,” Zoë confesses. “I just wrapped a film mid-January. It went straight to Sundance… Ever since then it’s been nonstop. Press for Insurgent. I have a film called Good Kill coming out with Ethan Hawke. Mad Max press is gearing up. Dope is also at Sundance. That’s coming out in June.”
On shooting sci-fi films:
It’s so much bigger than you… stunts, and building sets, and special effects… There’s so much more than just you. You feel like part of a machine. Like a working part of a machine. I’m [used to] the other side, independent films.
On her independent projects:
I just did a film with Emile Hirsch called, Vincent and Roxy [that] I’m super excited about. It was me, him, and the director—and the [Director of Photography]. [Doing it was like,] “we’re going to figure out how the scene’s going to go; we’re going to figure out how to shoot it; we’re going to figure out how the dialogue is going to change. We [were] figuring it all out, and you know every process, or every step of the way of the process of how to get to the end result. And this, and big films like [Mad Max]…you don’t make those choices…
On social media:
“We’re going to find out, at one point, how it’s affected human beings. We’re part of an experiment.” Zoë confirms. “The information is right there. But it’s all about who you are. You can either use the internet and look at gossip blogs and porn all day, which is fine sometimes. Or you can use it to do exactly what we’re talking about: to connect with people, and find information. It’s all there, so it all comes down to your level of discipline, and interests and wonder.”
On social media being a distraction:
“It can be a huge distraction. And that’s fine, sometimes. Totally. I’m not saying that you always be like—”
The nterviewer chimes in with, “You can relax…sometimes.” She responds, “Yeah, totally. I’m a big fan of relaxing. Also I beat myself up a lot—if I don’t feel active. I like to push myself.”
Read her full interview here.
Also, peep the sizzling shots from her photoshoot below:
Pants: Tommy Hilfiger; Leather Body harness: Zana Bayne; Vintage top hat: Venice Vintage Paradise; Earrings & rings: Liz Phillips and Acid Queen; Bracelets: ManiaMania, Catbird, and Jennifer Fisher; Rings: Michael Spirito, Manon, and Painted Desert.
Pants: Tommy Hilfiger; Body chain: Lizz Jardim; Earrings, Bracelets, and ring: Painted Desert; Rings: Liz Phillips and Acid Queen.
Lace bustier Dress: Dolce & Gabbana; Choker: Zana Bayne; Necklace: Lizz Jardim; Earring: Manon; Bracelets: Catbird and Jennifer Fisher; Ring: Acid Queen.
Vintage Jacket, Pants: Tommy Hilfiger; Sandals: Saint Laurent; Necklace: Lou Zeldis; Necklace and Bracelet: Pamela Love; Rings: Liz Phillips, Acid Queen, and Painted Desert.
Lace panel silk camisole and asymmetric fluted skirt: Adam Lippes; Sandals: Saint Laurent; Necklaces: ManiaMania and Catbird; Bracelet and ring: Painted Desert; Rings: Liz Phillips and Acid Queen.
Photos: Zackery Michael/FLAUNT