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Posted Wednesday 12/05/18 at 10:56PM EST
Watch the trailer for Vanity Fair
The seven-part British limited series based on William Makepeace Thackeray's 1848 novel lands on Amazon on Dec. 21.
Posted Thursday 5/17/18 at 2:40PM EDT
Vanity Fair isn't laughing at GQ mocking its Photoshop fail
Source: Page Six
GQ unveiled the cover to its annual comedy issue this morning featuring Sarah Silverman, Issa Rae and Kate McKinnon each sporting extra arms and legs, poking fun at Vanity Fair's cover earlier this year that gave Reese Witherspoon three legs and Oprah Winfrey three arms. According to Page Six, "Condé insiders say Vanity Fair execs are furious — because GQ apparently didn’t give them any advance warning about the hilarious spoof."
Posted Thursday 3/22/18 at 1:53PM EDT
Lena Waithe covers Vanity Fair, which says she's "disrupting the hell out of Hollywood"
Source: Vanity Fair
"If you haven’t heard of Lena Waithe, check yourself for a pulse," Jacqueline Woodson says in her "engrossing deep dive" into The Chi mastermind and Master of None Emmy winner. "She is disrupting the hell out of Hollywood. As the first black woman to nail an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, Lena—along with a crew of other black creatives—is sending a message to the world that Black Brilliance has arrived in Hollywood and has not come to play.
Posted Friday 3/09/18 at 11:05PM EST
Lena Waithe is a "surprise pick" for Vanity Fair's April cover
Source: New York Post
Vanity Fair’s new editor-in-chief Radhika Jones has picked for her first cover The Chi and Master of None breakout star, a choice that some see as a change of direction for the magazine known for its focus on the Hollywood elite.
Posted Friday 1/26/18 at 1:34AM EST
Vanity Fair digitally removed James Franco from its Hollywood issue cover following sexual misconduct allegations
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
"We made a decision not to include James Franco on the Hollywood cover once we learned of the misconduct allegations against him," a Vanity Fair spokespesrson says of scrubbing The Deuce star from the Annie Leibovitz photo shoot.