Anna Wintour's going to be pissed!
Vogue favorite Blake Lively is on the cover of Interview's September issue all dolled up and in handcuffs.
The Gossip Girl shot a lengthy spread where she tries to seduce police investigators and it was all caught on tape.
Blake was also interviewed by Ben Affleck, who directed and stars with her in the upcoming film The Town.
Here's what Ben was able to pry out of his co-star:
On how her brother got her into acting:
When we were in Paris, every time we would stop to eat . . . This is a bold sentence for me, but I would dread eating, because every time we sat down for a meal he would start questioning me, saying, "What are you going to do for a living? What do you think you want to do?" He was just being a good big brother. Because of my interests he decided that I should be a film producer. I did not want to be an actor because my whole family did it-going into the family business was the last thing I wanted to do. But then about a year later he was running lines with his friend and he talked me into going to this audition. I just did the first one to be nice because he was always so great to me, but then I ended up going to a few more auditions. I didn't have an agent. I would just write down that I was with my brother's agency, and then the agency would get calls and say that they had no idea who I was. But after a few auditions I got The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, which was my first job.
On her parents supporting her career:
"They disowned me…They were as involved in my life as any parents are in any person's life. It was always important to them when I was growing up. I didn't start acting until I was 16, but when I was a kid people always asked why I didn't act like the rest of my family, and they would say, "Well, she needs a childhood! We would never allow her to do that even if she wanted to."
On who she admires:
People always ask me that and I always answer with men. Which is not to say that there aren't incredible women in this business, but I feel like men are still given much better opportunities. I feel like there are so many people I admire for so many reasons that I can't look at one person's life and say, "I want that life." I want to make my own history.
On her sex scene with Ben Affleck:
…With acting, I think half of it is just acting confident. We stand on these red carpets and pose in these dresses, but we're all only so confident. It doesn't mean we think we're great looking or anything. It's all a façade. But the sex scene was really awkward. It was my first day, so thank you for that.
A sex scene on the first day!?
That's one awkward way to get to know your co-star!
To read the rest of Ben and Blake's funny interview CLICK HERE!
[Images courtesy of Interview.]