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The always lovely @AnneHathaway turns 36 today. Happy birthday! 🎉 Photograph by Michael Thompson for V.F. March 2006.
Stan Lee's "outsized ambition and gift for showmanship would help him survive the collapse of an industry and usher in its rebirth. . . . It would change the world." Stan Lee, the pop-culture icon and comic-book mastermind who helped create Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, Thor, the X-Men, and more, has died at the age of 95. Read more at the link in bio.
On this episode of #NotesOnAScene ," The Girl in the Spider's Web director Fede Álvarez breaks down a key fight scene—and that "beautiful bowl haircut." Watch the full @spiderswebmovie video at the link in bio.
Surround yourself with the ones you love. Photograph of Shirley MacLaine by Annie Leibovitz for V.F. March 2005. #VFMood
Back in 1995, V.F. wrote, "Mix James Dean's brooding with the impish appeal of Mickey Rooney and you've got 20-year-old Leonardio DiCaprio." And what a long way he's come since! Happy birthday, @LeonardoDiCaprio. Photograph by Michael Roberts for V.F. March 1995.
Natalie Portman has been a star nearly all her life, but she’s speaking new truths about her industry—and herself. The @VoxLuxMovie actress shares them with @durgapolashi in V.F.'s December cover story (link in bio). Photograph by @ErikMadiganHeck. Styled by @SamiraNasr.
Lucas Hedges, the 21-year-old Oscar-nominated actor, is having yet another impressive year, finding a greater purpose in @BoyErased , sharpening his performance skills on Broadway, and being directed by his father, Peter Hedges, in @BenIsBackMovie. At the link in bio, he talks to V.F. about his latest projects and how he got into acting for "purely selfish reasons." Photograph by @Jeremy_Liebman. Styled by @gaultier_comme_jeanpaul.
Sending magical birthday wishes to @SabrinaNetflix star, @KiernanShipka ! ✨ Photograph by @WilliamsHirakawa.
A weekend #VFMood . Photograph of Spanish dancer, Rosita Montenegro, by Roger Schall for V.F. January 1936.
Director Alfonso Cuarón describes #Roma as “looking to my past from the standpoint of the present,” a cinematic palimpsest that echoes the construction of Mexico City itself. The much-anticipated film by the Oscar-winning director spotlights the city’s vibrancy and the internal lives of its female leads, played by Marina de Tavira and first-timer Yalitza Aparicio. At the link in bio, read the full story from the December 2018 issue. Photograph by @lademiddel. Styled by @ElissaSantisi.
The Girl in the Spider’s Web, a sequel to 2011’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, amps up the character created by Stieg Larsson—a bold pivot made in the hopes of re-energizing a franchise. In the new film, we see Lisbeth Salander, as played by Claire Foy, transform into "a superhuman Ethan Hunt/James Bond/Jason Bourne–type." But is this the right move for the "avenging-angel hacker" turned . . . savior of humanity? Read V.F. chief critic @rilaws 's full review at the link in bio.📸: @justbish
“For every dark and light thought we thought might not be understandable or relatable, for every time we wondered whether anyone understood, there was a Joni Mitchell song or painting or story or performance to whisper in our ear, ‘You’re not alone. I’ve been there. I am there. Let’s be brave.’” Cameron Crowe, Lily Tomlin, Tom Hanks, Angela Bassett, Meryl Streep, Jake Gyllenhaal, and many more were part of the 3,000-plus audience that gathered to celebrate the influential singer-songwriter on her 75th birthday. At the link in bio, go inside the legendary Joni Mitchell’s birthday celebration. Photograph by @PeterBohler.
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