There's an interesting profile of Jamie Foxx in the Sunday New York Times. The Oscar-winning actor covers the Style Magazine and the editorial is stunning, featuring the Oscar-winning actor in a killer Prada suit and cotton tuxedo shirt by Ike Behar. The shadows and lighting—especially the blues and blacks—offer a retro, film noir quality. It's perfectly in tune with Jamie's current project: Wrapping the film adaptation of Miami Vice. Foxx's television interviews tend to be manic; thankfully, in print he comes across much more reflective and serene. Lynn Hirschberg caught up with the actor at a Miami recording studio. Her description of a Frank Sinatra-esque Jamie melt like butter on a hot dinner roll:
Foxx sits at the piano and begins to improvise. "This is my first love," he says to no one in particular. "I played in church when I was a kid, and I had a preacher who told me: 'Don't kill yourself trying to get to heaven. Enjoy life."' Foxx starts to croon. "You don't have to be a saint on earth," he sings. "It won't do you any good."
All the Right Moves (NYT)