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Vanity Fair 30th annual Hollywood Issue out on 5 March 24

30th annual Hollywood Issue of Vanity Fair highlights the 11 outstanding artists,  Bradley Cooper (Maestro), Natalie Portman (May December), Pedro Pascal (The Last of Us), Colman Domingo (Rustin, The Color Purple), Jodie Comer (The Bikeriders), Lily Gladstone (Killers of the Flower Moon), Greta Lee (Past Lives), Charles Melton (May December), Da’vine Joy Randolph (The Holdovers), Jenna Ortega (Wednesday), and Barry Keoghan (Saltburn).

Gordon Von Steiner has done the beautiful Photography, George Cortina has done  the costumes and styling,  Radhika Jones is the Chief Editor. She writes in her editorial message “The Hollywood issue is a tradition that represents both the culmination of the cinematic season and a look at what’s to come. We celebrate—films, shows, performances, and the enduring and powerful impact of narrative storytelling in our culture—and we reflect on what’s new and exciting and different”.

She further added, “Since last year’s Oscars, it’s been an excellent stretch at the movies […] we’ve relished the range and possibility of contemporary cinema, not just in Hollywood but the world over, and watched the once-separate universes of film and television further cross-pollinate with stellar results”.

Photo Credit: Gordon von Steiner/Vanity Fair Magazine, for more details visit

Each actor was asked questions about which actors they get mistaken for.  working in Hollywood, Does Lily Gladstone remember her first audition? What genre of film did Jenna always want to try?  What is Barry Keoghan’s favorite line from one of his characters? and many more questions were asked each artist have given funny and witty answers.

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