Deadline Magazine Scans – May 14, 2024

May 19, 2024   Comments Off on Deadline Magazine Scans – May 14, 2024   Gallery

Aubrey Plaza is featured on the most recent issue of “Deadline” magazine! I have added 11 HQ scans of Aubrey Plaza from the issue into our photo gallery.

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Scans from “Pop” Magazine

October 10, 2023   Comments Off on Scans from “Pop” Magazine   Digital Scans, Gallery

I have added 16 scans of Aubrey Plaza from the Autumn/Winter issue of “Pop” magazine into our photo gallery!

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Scans from The New York Times

October 1, 2023   Comments Off on Scans from The New York Times   Digital Scans, Gallery

I have added 4 HQ scans of Aubrey Plaza from the September 17, 2023 issue of “The New York Times” into our photo gallery!

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Aubrey Plaza Covers “Pop” Magazine

September 5, 2023   Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza Covers “Pop” Magazine   Alerts

Aubrey Plaza is featured on the cover of issue 49 of Pop magazine!

Aubrey Plaza Covers "Pop" Magazine

Aubrey Plaza Covers “Vanity Fair” June 2023 Issue

May 22, 2023   Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza Covers “Vanity Fair” June 2023 Issue   Alerts, Interviews

Aubrey Plaza is featured on the cover of the June 2023 issue of Vanity Fair magazine!


Aubrey Plaza Is Leveling Up—and Still Pranking Her Costars

December 1, 2022   Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza Is Leveling Up—and Still Pranking Her Costars   Interviews

According to Aubrey Plaza, living in a five-star hotel in Sicily is not the paradise we think it is. The vibe can shift from Eloise to Jack Torrance pretty quickly. For her, it took only a month.

Last February, Plaza, along with the rest of the cast and crew of the HBO series The White Lotus, holed up at the Four Seasons San Domenico Palace for five months to film the show’s second season. The hotel, a centuries-old convent in the seaside town of Taormina, was shuttered to actual tourists so that the actors could play fictional ones. “A Charlie Kaufman experiment,” as Plaza puts it, with no retreat from work. Every time she stuck her head into the hallway, she heard “motore, motore, motore!” (“rolling” in Italian) echoing from some marbled corner of the property. Every time she returned to her room, a staffer was inside performing an unsolicited task. Eventually, she hung a do not disturb sign on the door and began blasting R.E.M. She ignored pleas from housekeeping. “I was a suspicious character for these Italians,” she says. “They thought I was sketchy. Which I am.”

Then, in March, things got weird. One of Plaza’s costars, Adam DiMarco, discovered the reed diffusers that normally scent the hotel’s nooks and terraces had been arranged in a large Blair Witch–style symbol on the floor of his dressing room. A few days later, Plaza’s dressing room was similarly defiled. Furious, she started freaking out to fellow cast members Haley Lu Richardson and Meghann Fahy. “Who did this?” she demanded. Was it a prank? A poltergeist? The ghost of a nun who, centuries later, still can’t be a priest? No one knew.

Well, the hotel staff knew. “It’s Ms. Plaza,” they agreed. They proffered security footage. Plaza swore it wasn’t her. She threw suspicion on her similarly dark-haired Italian costars. “It was Beatrice! It was Simona!” Papers with ominous messages that read here lies… were being slipped under people’s doors. “I was definitely questioning my reality for a while there,” says DiMarco. Over bottles of red wine, Plaza assured him she wasn’t to blame until eventually he recruited a mole of his own: “I didn’t know who to trust. It was like Murder on the Orient Express. Everyone was the murderer.”

But it was Ms. Plaza. Of course, it was Ms. Plaza. “She’s a disruptor by nature,” says her close friend Mike White, creator of The White Lotus. For the sake of work and self-preservation, White avoided the chaos. “Aubrey’s the most fun. I said to her face, if I’m on a cross-country trip, I want nothing more than for you to be on that bus with me. But if I’m driving the bus, and you are on it, I want you off the bus.”


Aubrey Plaza Covers “Cosmopolitan” Magazine

April 27, 2022   Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza Covers “Cosmopolitan” Magazine   Alerts

Aubrey Plaza is featured on the cover of the newest issue of Cosmopolitan magazine titled “The Holy Grail Issue”!

Aubrey Plaza on Cosmopolitan Magazine (2022)

Aubrey Plaza on “Vera” Magazine

March 4, 2022   Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza on “Vera” Magazine   Alerts

Aubrey Plaza is featured on the cover and inside the March 2022 issues of Vera magazine!

Aubrey Plaza on Vera Magazine

Aubrey Plaza Featured in “Interview” Magazine

December 3, 2020   Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza Featured in “Interview” Magazine   Alerts, Interviews

Aubrey Plaza was interviewed by comedy legend Adam Sandler for the latest issue of “Interview” magazine. You can read the full interview at Interview Magazine.

SANDLER: [Laughs] How many days did you shoot this movie for?

PLAZA: I don’t know. Twenty days, maybe? We had to go back and reshoot the first three days on the weekends.

SANDLER: Because of the bugs?

PLAZA: No, because of other shit. It was a real head trip, because I had to do those things over and over again. It almost felt like a sick joke.

SANDLER: What you did in the last 20 minutes of that movie—with the drunk of it all, and the emotions of it all, and the ups and downs—was so on the money. I’ve never seen anyone play drunk and have to go through what you did. I was so happy it was you and not me, because I could not handle what you do.

PLAZA: That was the scariest part, to play drunk for that many days, because we were shooting nights and I was not mentally prepared for having to throw my body around. I had tremors in my muscles because I was swinging myself around like crazy.

SANDLER: The other actors must have been like, “Holy shit, what she’s putting herself through is insane.” By the way, where are people going to be able to see this movie?

PLAZA: It’s coming out in the theaters, and then also on demand, whatever that means. I don’t think anyone’s going to go to the theater.

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Laughing Matter: Aubrey Plaza

July 26, 2009   Comments Off on Laughing Matter: Aubrey Plaza   Interviews

Aubrey is featured in the July 2009 issue of “Teen Vogue” magazine! Check out the article below…

Aubrey Plaza isn’t kidding when she deems this “the best year of my life.” In April, she made her debut as Amy Poehler’s deeply disinterested intern on NBC’s hysterical mockumentary Parks and Recreation. This month, she’ll share the big screen with Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen, and Jonah Hill in the sure-to-be-a-hit Funny People. And then she heads to Toronto to play Michael Cera’s nemesis in the upcoming film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Basically, the lanky brunette has already worked with everyone who’s anyone in comedy. “Well, I haven’t met Tina Fey yet,” Aubrey deadpans in her trademark monotone.

Her stony-faced shtick is hardly an accident: The 25-year-old has been working on it since high school. As a freshman at New York University, she began taking classes at Poehler’s prestigious slapstick training ground, the Upright Citizens Brigade, but Aubrey also had her sights set on interning at Saturday Night Live, so she relentlessly faxed her resume to their offices until she got an interview. She was hired on the spot: “I literally went from doing nothing at my apartment to watching Ben Affleck rehearse on stage.”

With a few recommendations and some viral Internet hype, she’s gone from playing a “girl with a massive head wound” (her first film credit) to improv-ing with Team Apatow. The actress is used to holding her own with the guys, though: “On set, it’s not like, ‘Oh, you’re funny for a girl,'” she says. “It’s just, ‘Are you funny?'” In Aubrey’s case, the answer is an emphatic yes.

Teen Vogue