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Lots of Pretty Girls Are on the Cover of 'Vanity Fair'


Rooney, Jessica, Elizabeth, and more, all land the cover of VF's Hollywood issue.

Each year Vanity Fair picks out a bunch of fresh faces that have yet to succumb to the allures of Botox and collagen and slaps them on the cover of their young Hollywood issue, shot by Mario Testino this time around. This year, they made it an all-lady affair, with a three-part fold-out opener featuring Rooney Mara (who is not letting go of her Dragon Tattoo lewk...ever), Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska (really, her manager didn't ask her to changer her name?), the missing Olsen, Jennifer Lawrence, Shaliene Woodley, Paula Patton, Felicity Jones, Lily Collins, and Brit Marling. I don't know half of these girls, but it doesn't matter because they all pretty much look the same anyway, with their satin-y, pastel dresses and forever windblown locks. One thing that struck me, though, is Chastain's bust. In the movie The Help, her (bra) cup runneth over, but here she's a little more...linear. If she's packing torpedos, VF should take advantage.

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