In her cover story interview with Uptown Magazine, the actress touched on topics of the entertainment business, why she is “no saint” and her reason for joining the cast of the upcoming flick “Django Unchained.” – Camille Augustin
Kerry confessed that depicting a slave is new territory for her, but she’s willing to work outside her comfort zone. “I’ve never seen slavery dealt with this way before in film,” said the 35-year-old. “So often it’s a white character who’s the savior of black people. We should have a plethora of visions and interpretations of who we are as a nation.”
Kerry also confesses her filmography doesn’t embody that of a statured person. “If you look at my body of work, I’ve always taken huge risks. I’ve played prostitutes, drug addicts, pimping lesbians. I do work I’m drawn to.”
Although many would beg to differ that Kerry in real life is anything like her various roles, the avid campaigner for President Barack Obama’s re-election shot to the political spotlight, displaying her intelligence and empowering other women.
Check her out in this sizzling black and white cover and spread as she adorns high-end designer clothes, including BTS footage of the photo shoot.