01/02/2013 11:40 | By Ginny Weeks, Lifestyle Editor, MSN
Kate Bosworth smoulders as a sixties siren

Kate Bosworth transforms into a sixties siren for Vs. magazine



Kate Bosworth transforms into a sixties siren for Vs. magazine (© Vs. magazine)
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In possibly her most beautiful fashion shoot to date, Kate Bosworth has been transformed into a 1960's bombshell for the spring/summer 2013 issue of Vs. magazine. Dressed in an array of stunning outfits (put together by her good friend and long-term stylist Cher Coulter), the star looks like a seductive film siren.

In the revealing interview the 30-year-old talks about her new film role as Billie in the film adaptation of Jack Kerouac's Big Sur, released in the UK later this year: ''I read On The Road in my early twenties, but when I came on board for the film I went out of town for two weeks, turned off my phone... and just read a lot,'' she said. 

''I started to get comfortable with the language, because to speak Kerouacian is almost like having to perform Shakespeare in the sense that if you’re just saying the words you’ll lose the audience because Kerouac wrote with very little to no grammar, so each actor had to find their individual beats and rhythm.''

The actress also talked about her relationship with the film's director, Michael Polish, to whom she is now engaged: ''Even before we were together, Michael understood me as an artist and filmed me in a different way so that he was able to bring things out of me in a safe way. And ultimately after we wrapped, our relationship blossomed into a love story.'

Read the full interview in the spring/summer issue of Vs. magazine. Photographs by Guy Aroch. 

Click through our gallery to see more stunning images from the shoot...
 


 

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