VANITY FAIR Unveils 30th Annual Hollywood Issue Uniting 11 Spectacular Stars!

Posted on February 21, 2024


Vanity Fair unveiled its 30th annual Hollywood issue, assembling 11 vibrant, wildly different stars seizing their moment this year, as the entertainment industry emerges from the most profound work stoppage in its history. The 2024 Hollywood portfolio features A-listers 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).




Photographed by Gordon Von Steiner and styled by George Cortina, the portfolio features stunning behind-the-scenes portraits, exclusive Q&A’s between the cover stars, a show-stopping cover video nodding to Barry Keoghan’s Saltburn final scene, and more.

Editor in chief Radhika Jones writes in an editor’s letter for the issue:

“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 continues, “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.

The 11 stars on this cover represent a vibrant selection of our onscreen faves: a group of actors—also moonlighting as directors, producers, writers—who, as David Canfield observes in his cover story, are joyfully seizing the moment, changing their paths and charting new ones.”

Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue, on newsstands March 5.



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