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Shailene Woodley Covers 'Elle,' What Male Models Think of 'Zoolander'

And Robert Mintz's resignation from American Apparel's board of directors has been confirmed.
Shailene Woodley. Photo: Elle Magazine

Shailene Woodley. Photo: Elle Magazine

At this point, we're all aware that Shailene Woodley likes to balance her high-profile career as a movie star with a simpler, crunchier life. Covering the April issue of Elle, Woodley lets readers in on her upbringing, discussing being "born into a family of warriors" and the impact her grandmother has had on her. {Elle}

In case you were hiding under a rock, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson wrapped up Valentino's womenswear show at Paris Fashion Week by walking the runway as their "Zoolander" characters. In honor of the 2001 classic, Vice asked a bunch of male models to share what they think of the film, and how it's affected their careers in fashion. {Vice}

The first poster for "Paper Towns" — i.e. one of Cara Delevingne's first big film projects — is out. Author John Green took to Instagram to release the promo, which features a close-up of Delevingne half hidden under an auburn mane, alongside co-star Nat Wolff. {Instagram}

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American Apparel confirmed Wednesday that Robert Mintz did indeed resign from the company's board earlier this month, after less than a year on the job. Though the reason of his departure is being kept under wraps, we do know that Jeff Chang from Lion Capital will be taking Mintz's place. {WWD}