Every year I look forward to Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue, especially the cover. Usually there’s a lot of hue and cry over it, because it doesn’t have non-whites on the cover. This is the first year that it does–two! (I speak of only the left-third of the three panels, which is the only one visible on newsstands). In fact, there are six non-whites on this year’s entire cover.
Of course, this is a testament to an actor’s publicist, and you can see who has the least powerful–Lea Seydoux–shoved all the way over to the right.