Her role as Jane Carter in Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol helped Paula Patton get in an enviable shape as she proves by posing for GQ Magazine. Check out Paula's super sexy photoshoot and interview highlights!
Paula Patton showed her talents in Mission Impossible - Ghost
Protocol and now the 36 year old actress is showing her sexy side
for GQ magazine's January 2012 issue. The proud mother of a 1 and a
half year old baby flaunts her perfectly fit body in an incendiary
spread with GQ. Paula was captured on camera by acclaimed
photographer Mark Selinger, and looks enviable in every shoot.
With a body that would put women half her age to shame, Paula, lets any inhibitions go and strips down to her lingerie as she poses for GQ. The actress also dishes about her acting career, her leading role in Mission Impossible and being the wife of Robin Thicke and daughter-in-law of Alan Thicke.
In order to get the stunning physique Paula displays on the
camera for GQ, the actress says that she turned towards martial
arts as she needed to get fit for her role as Jane Carter. The
training came five months after she gave birth to her baby boy
Julian Fuego in April 2010, and her rock solid body is courtesy of
an intense training routine involving kick boxing, weapons
training, martial arts and capoeira.
Paula tells GQ in an exclusive interview that for the role as Jane Carter from the Mission Impossible- Ghost Protocol, in which Paula co-stars alongside Tom Cruise, she had to get dirty. She tells the magazine that:
“I was doing physical stunts, feet in the mud, fingernails full of dirt, shooting and fighting for my life.”
The actress, who is married to singer Robin Thicke dishes on her relationship with her Canadian in-laws. Apparently, her spy role in Mission Impossible was kind of handy as she tells GQ that although there are cultural differences between them, she's figured out how to blend-in. She says:
“Canadians are a lot like us, actually. I've figured out how to blend in.”
Find out more about Paula Patton and check her incendiary photoshoot in the January 2012 issue of GQ.
Photos courtesy of GQ