What you need to know
- Marcus Rashford will feature on the cover of 'Time' magazine next month.
- The stunning cover was apparently shot on iPhone in Marcus' front room.
The March issue of Time magazine features Manchester United and England soccer star Marcus Rashford in a stunning cover shot on iPhone.
Shared today, the March issue's cover was actually shot on an iPhone in Marcus' front room as part of a remote photo shoot and interview conducted with the magazine:
Who would have thought you could have captured this via an iPhone in my front room 🤯 thank you @TIME very proud ♥️ #TIME100Next pic.twitter.com/5rHFcEMAlBWho would have thought you could have captured this via an iPhone in my front room 🤯 thank you @TIME very proud ♥️ #TIME100Next pic.twitter.com/5rHFcEMAlB— Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) February 17, 2021February 17, 2021
The feature, posted by 'Time' today was written by Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton:
In the accompanying video, you can see glimpses behind the scenes from the remote photo shoot:
You can see the full picture below:
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