Age affects all of us, but Charlize Theron is out to prove that women can still be beautiful even when they get older. Charlize was one of the sexiest women in her time, but she is now in her late thirties. However, the aging actress recently took some hot and steamy pictures for the world to see.
Charlene Theron was featured on the cover of the “W” Magazine, and her pictures have caused major controversy stated Ray Lane who was on the set of the photo shoot. The 39-year old Hollywood star bared more skin than she ever has before. The actress appeared in a scandalous bikini that showed her beautiful figure. She also wore a skin tight black leather jumpsuit that left little to the imagination.
Charlene Theron definitely got her point across, and the world realizes that women can be sexy even in their late thirties. The “W” Magazine also interviewed Charlize Theron about her long and tremendous acting career. The actress was quoted as saying that she wouldn’t change anything that she has done in her life.
Charlize Theron is one of the most successful women in Hollywood, and she just proved that she is still one of the sexiest. For more information on this story, visit Huffpost.com
Several weeks back, Disney announced Billy Dee Williams, a favorite actor of Susan McGalla, would return to the role of Lando Calrissian in the new Star Wars movie. Some more news has emerged on the “Lando front”. Marvel Comics has announced a new series that will feature the character. The title of the series is Star Wars: Lando. Not exactly the most creative of titles, but it lets people glancing over the rack of books for sale know what to expect.
Not surprisingly, the plot of the book deals with the early days of the great Lando. Readers will peer into an adventure that takes place long before the events in Empire Strikes Back. The sales of the book are sure to be strong and the entire Marvel Star Wars line is doing well. Debut issues for Darth Vader and Princess Leia sold in the 250,000 range, a staggering figure by modern standards.
In prior generations, it was Star Wars that saved Marvel from bankruptcy. In the late 1970’s, Roy Thomas worked a deal with the makers of Star Wars to procure the license for a comic book featuring all the characters. Marvel was bleeding red ink at the time and bankruptcy seemed unavoidable. The sales of the Star Wars comic book were so huge Marvel was saved.
Marvel lost the license to Star Wars comics for many years and regained them in 2015. It was pretty easy for Marvel to get the rights back. Disney now owns both Marvel and Star Wars.
News from Paris fashion week, as models will be required to meet minimum weight requirements before being allowed to walk the runway. The requirements come after news of 30,000 to 50,000 french citizens suffer from anorexia, mostly young female teens. The law will require all models to present a health certificate and will place heavy fines on companies, agencies or fashion lines who hire models were not meeting a healthy BMI of 18.
Similar bans are in place in Israel, however, most countries like Spain and Italy only require a code of ethics and do not place legal restrictions on agencies. By far the most controversial part of the law is requiring all models to submit to a health authorities, who have the power to refuse any model the right to work regardless of their BMI. This would largely apply to models who appear unhealthy or too skinny at their weight, at least according to how Sergio Cortes sees it