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Sunday, 6 January 2013
JAMIE FOXX & KERRY WASHINGTON COVER “LA CONFIDENTIAL” DECEMBER 2012/JANUARY 2013
Dynamic Duo: Not sure if you’ve heard about the upcoming movie Django Unchainedstarring Jamie Foxx and Kerry Washington but I am excited for its release on December 25. Recently, the two joined forces for a photo shoot for “LA Confidential” and chatted about the “business” and their on-screen chemistry.
Read below for a snapshot of their interview…
To understand how the molecules in a room move differently when Jamie Foxx and Kerry Washington get together, it helps to focus on the space between the two actors. At the moment, we’re talking about a quarter of an inch, max. Foxx is in a bistro chair at a photo shoot in Hollywood, cool as Christmas Eve in a navy Ozwald Boateng suit and monochromatic purple shirt and a Tom Ford tie. Washington, sparkling in black Prada and vintage YSL, is inching toward him atop a cocktail table, her lips holding one hot breath shy of a kiss.
“So, so sexy,” the photographer says, and it is. The stylists, lighting assistants, publicists, bodyguards, and various hangers-on (both actors are traveling with small armies) just stand there gawking. “I think my camera is sweating a little.”
Afterward, Foxx, 45, and Washington, 35, kick back in street clothes: black jeans, a black form-fitting tee, and a diamond-encrusted black watch for Foxx; skinny jeans, a white blouse, and a colorful wraparound scarf for Washington. Even without pretending to be all over each other (“He’s my movie husband,” Washington says, just for confirmation), the gap between the actors as they sit together on a leather couch is still fully charged.
“Chemistry is so weird in this business because you cannot manufacture it,” Foxx says, smiling at Washington as she completes his thought. “What you see with Jamie and me—it’s rare,” she says, “but it comes from a whole lot of crying, a whole lot of sharing, a whole lot of blood, sweat, and tears.”
Those last three ingredients pretty much fueled their new venture together. Django Unchained, opening December 25, is the long-awaited Quentin Tarantino movie about an avenging slave (Foxx) who gets separated from his sold-off wife, Broomhilda (Washington), and the long, violent road to their reunion. As one might expect with Tarantino, the film features a shabby lineup of no-name costars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Johnson, Christoph Waltz, Bruce Dern, Tom Wopat, James Remar, and Jonah Hill.