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Photos of Vanity Fair, Abbie Cornish, Amanda Seyfried, Rebecca Hall, Kristen Stewart, and Anna Kendrick in Vanity Fair 2010-02-01 10:00:51

Vanity Fair Crowns a New Hollywood With Kristen and Anna

Vanity Fair rounded up nine of the brightest young stars for its annual "Hollywood Issue." Kristen Stewart led the way on the cover with Abbie Cornish and Carey Mulligan, while Amanda Seyfried, Evan Rachel Wood, Emma Stone, Rebecca Hall, Mia Wasikowska, and Anna Kendrick rounded out the gang — check out lots more photos at the magazine's website. Anna Kendrick represented team Twilight with Kristen, though she opened up about her crazy year of promoting movies with both Robert Pattinson and George Clooney. When asked about who she talks about more, Anna said, "At this point it's George. I've given up on talking about Rob. I usually say, 'He's great.' Team Kristen!" Looks like there are lots of leading ladies to root for in the upcoming issue, which hits newsstands nationally on Feb. 9.



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Jjackie Jjackie 6 years
I do love all of them!!! But i really think they have posted more people, we have many many many talented guys. & the pic really looks pail!!!
melesa melesa 6 years
kristen looks amaaaaaaaaaaaazing on the cover she's hot all of them are beautiful but she's my fav deff gonna get this issue
huntedvampire huntedvampire 6 years
kristen jaymes stewart soooo damn hot!!!! ilove her!
sidra5397 sidra5397 6 years
^ Haha, I think it's a little more complicated that your hair colour analogy... I don't have time to explain why, so I'll direct you and anyone else to Jezebel's thorough discussion of the cover.
kristenfanatic kristenfanatic 6 years
could you please don't critize kristen...she's one of the talented actresses in this generation.....don't you know...that she is well high praise with the critics, directors and her co-actors/actresses... don't judge her....before you judge somebody else judge yourself first..... all of them are talented, and has bright future...
sophiashortcake sophiashortcake 6 years
I love everyone that was picked to be on this especially Kristen but i agree about the diversity.
sidra5397 sidra5397 6 years
Yup, same old same old. Young Hollywood is skinny, and white. I love Rebecca Hall, Carey Mulligan and Amanda Seyfried but what happened to showing a little diversity? This decade doesn't seem like it's going to that much different from the last, if this spread is in any way representative. It's not even all Vanity Fair's fault because these actresses are who writers write for, directors pick, and audiences see. The minority actresses don't have as large a resume or chance to succeed because their (if any) leading roles are always once in a blue moon. I want to see Freida Pinto, Zoe Saldana, Gabby Sidibe, Raven, America Ferrera...and I wish I could name more but that's the problem, isn't it? I can't because big and young minority names are hard to come by.
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