Magazine Covers: Tyrese Gibson, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Taraji P Henson and More [July/Aug ’11]
EBONY Magazine’s July cover story and monthly feature showcase steamy pictures of superstars Taraji P. Henson and Tyrese Gibson, two of the notables on Ebony’s first-ever 50 Finest List. Henson and Gibson are good-looking when they’re apart, electric when they’re together. You’ll see why they top Ebony’s list of the finest in the world. Both stars have movies in theaters right now. Gibson is starring in Transformers 3, and Henson is starring in Larry Crowne.
REDBOOK Magazine’s August cover story features Jada Pinkett-Smith. Pinkett-Smith gets honest about raising a family of superstars, loving Will, her “excruciating choices,” and her many, many blessings. This issue hits stands the second week of July.
MONARCH Magazine’s summer travel issues features a spread featuring the lovely actress Sharon Leal.
BAZAAR RUSSIA features Zoe Saldana for it’s July/Aug 2011 cover in what appears to be traditional Russian fashion. Check out the entire fashion spread below. C Magazine’s summer cover also features Saldana in a beautiful fashion spread.
BLEU Magazine’s August 2011 coverboy is BET’s The Game actor Pooch Hall. Revealing everything about his role on the hit show. This issue hits stands in a few weeks.
PEOPLE Style Watch Magazine’s July 2011 issue features the stunningly beautiful Gabrielle Union. Union shares her style tips and beauty tips for summer. This issue is currently on stands.
ESSENCE Magazine’s August 2011 issue features Oscar nominated actress Viola Davis. Award-winning actress Viola Davis is having the time of her life as one of Hollywood’s hottest stars. Despite her evident radiance and mind-blowing talent, she has had to come to grips with a culture that seldom makes dark-skinned women feel like “the chosen one.” However, during her recent successes—including her Oscar nominated performance in the film Doubt—she feels more like a “princess” now than ever before. As she anticipates the release of her new movie, The Help, Davis shares her story of growth and acceptance with writer Lola Ogunnaike.