Vanity Fair‘s March issue features nine fresh, pale faces of Hollywood on its cover. They are, from left to right, Bright Star‘s Abbie Cornish, Twilight‘s Kristen Stewart, An Education‘s Carey Mulligan, Dear John‘s Amanda Seyfried, Frost/Nixon‘s Rebecca Hall, Alice in Wonderland‘s Mia Wasikowska, Zombieland‘s Emma Stone, Up in the Air‘s Anna Kendrick, and The Wrestler‘s Evan Rachel Wood.
They are “the new Hollywood” for a new decade, according to the cover line. But which one will we still be talking about in 2020? That’s the question, along with why Oscar-buzzed Kendrick is relegated to inside the fold. (Because they couldn’t have two Twilight actresses on the main cover and Kristen is the bigger sell? Or because Anna’s brunette hair was needed to balance out the image? I only had to look at the photo seven times before I detected the hair color pattern… It does actually balance out the photo, doesn’t it?) Poll!