Vanity Fair's 17th Annual Hollywood Issue Showcases Superheroes and Oscar Nominees
By Rebecca Macatee Posted Feb 1st 2011 12:00AM
For the 17th annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue, the magazine wrangled a group of Tinseltown's biggest stars for a three-panel foldout cover shot by Norman Jean Roy.
The 15 actors featured range in age from 20-year-old Jennifer Lawrence to 80-year-old Robert Duvall. The shoot's fashion and style director Jessica Diehl said, "We wanted to evoke the glamour of 1930s Shanghai, an era of smoky, alluring elegance."
Upcoming Oscar hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco are among the actors featured, along with Anthony Mackie, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Garrett Hedlund and the upcoming 'Spider-Man' star Andrew Garfield.
Hollywood hunks Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds also grace the mag's cover, along with 'Black Swan' actress Mila Kunis, 'Tron: Legacy' star Olivia Wilde and the original 'Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' Noomi Rapace.
Three cast members of 'The Social Network' grace Vanity Fair's March cover: the previously mentioned Andrew Garfield, along with Jesse Eisenberg and Rashida Jones.
The Hollywood issue hits newsstands Feb. 3 in New York and Los Angeles, and nationally on Feb. 8.
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