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Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue Features Jessica Chastain, Rooney Mara

Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue Features Jessica Chastain, Rooney Mara

Check out the Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue’s cover for 2012!

The cover, shot by Mario Testino, features a group of the fresh stars from the year for a special edition of the magazine.

Featured in the pic: Jessica Chastain, Rooney Mara, Mia Wasikowska, and Jennifer Lawrence.

Also pictured: Elizabeth Olsen, Pariah actress Adepero Oduye, Shailene Woodley, Paula Patton, Felicity Jones, Lily Collins, and Brit Marling.

Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood Issue will hit newsstands in New York and Los Angeles on February 2 and will be available nationwide on February 7.

FYI: Shailene, Rooney, and Mia are wearing Ralph Lauren Collection.

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58 Responses to “Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue Features Jessica Chastain, Rooney Mara”

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  1. 1
    oOoOo Says:

    Jennifer Lawrence looks great !

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  3. 3
    Mofer Says:

    I think Jennifer Lawrence is pretty and has a really nice personality, not to mention the talent she has. But there’s something about her that irritates me and I can’t seem to put my finger on it.

  4. 4
    Pickles Says:

    Evan Rachel Wood should be in this and so should Amanda Seyfreid.

    I don’t have a problem with who’s in it, but they always leave people out.

  5. 5
    Christina Says:

    It’s interesting that all the white girls are on the front, and the token black is stuffed to the side on the page you don’t see.

    Gotta love Hollywood for thinking we’re not a mixed bag in this country. It’s a damn shame if you ask me.

  6. 6
    Jen Says:

    I heard Jessica Chastain is actually like 10 years older than she claims to be. She claims to be 30. I don’t think that’s possible.

  7. 7
    Thai Says:

    @Jen:

    Everybody knows that celebs lie about their age big time.

  8. 8
    ck Says:

    @Pickles

    I think they were in previous “Young Hollywood” issues. Don’t quote me on that though…

  9. 9
    SS Says:

    PAULA PATTON?

    Are they effing kidding me? What did this irritating broad act in, except as a moron giving stupid face in Mission Impossible 4?

  10. 10
    babySTAR Says:

    Jennifer Lawrence, Lily Collins and Shailene Woodley look stunning!

  11. 11
    a nonny mouse Says:

    what a lovely ethereal cover …
    love the delicate pastels

  12. 12
    SS Says:

    @Pickles:

    Yes, I mean @Pickles:

    Like, totally. Evan is such an amazing actor.

  13. 13
    a nonny mouse Says:

    @Christina:

    nevertheless, she stands out and looks like a goddess!

    maybe it was just an art direction decision, but I hear you!

  14. 14
    hannah Says:

    paula patton & adepero are out of place as theyre in theyre 30s already.

  15. 15
    niagirl Says:

    This magazine is such a fail.

  16. 16
    Kirsten Says:

    Beautiful and talented ladies but all of the minorities are always on the side flap instead of the front page. It’s a shame that this still happens in 2012. Diversity is beautiful. Come on Vanity Fair!

  17. 17
    Cheryl Says:

    Beautiful front page, the layout is fantastic.

  18. 18
    sweetness Says:

    Once again Vanity Fair blatantly reveals their racist editorial decision. Two African American actresses have received recognition for their work receiving Oscar nods but they choose to put black actress not on FRONT cover spot but inside flap.

  19. 19
    Selma Says:

    I really love the layout and I agree with @sweetness, Octavia should at least be on the cover! She truly was the breakout actress of the year alongside with Jessica Chastain.

    Shailene Woodley and Adepero were the most beautiful of the bunch! Love the hair on Shailene!

  20. 20
    TC Says:

    @ Pickels and SS – Both Evan Rachel Wood and Amanda Seyfried have both been on previous Vanity Fair covers for the Young Hollywood issue.

  21. 21
    TC Says:

    @ sweetness and Selma – I understand your point, but both Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis, who received Oscar nominations, are not considered “young” by Hollywood standards (both women are in their 40s). The Young Hollywood issue recognizes fairly new talent in the industry – women who are in their 20s.

  22. 22
    A Says:

    @TC: ….Which reminds me, why again is it that there are no black YOUNG actresses in Hollywood? Sure there’s Keke Palmer and Gabourey Sidibe but come on, you know what I mean. Where are the young black STARLETS? *crickets*

  23. 23
    544 Says:

    @Christina: Exactly what I thought when seeing the front cover and then the inside pages.

  24. 24
    TC Says:

    @ A – I know in the past, this particular issue has recognized Zoe Saldana, Rashida Jones, Rosario Dawson, Kerry Washington, Thandie Newton, Jada Pinkett and Angela Bassett. I guess a new generation of black talent needs to be cultivated and developed. It would really be nice to see a reflection of the world on this cover. Not just black actresses, but Asian, Latina, etc. Since Hollywood has become so global, why not reflect it? Just my opinion.

  25. 25
    em Says:

    they all lookin great! n mia!!

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