Vanity Fair just released its 2014 cover for the Hollywood Issue, which showcases the year's biggest stars.
On the front, we see "12 Years A Slave" star Chiwetel Ejiofor, "August: Osage County's" Julia Roberts sitting atop "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" star Idris Elba and George Clooney who starred in "Gravity."
Shocking fact, but might be the first time the magazine has had more than one Black star on the cover of the annual issue. In the past, VF has mainly featured white stars in the front shot, and pushed actors of color to the foldout pages.
They've come under fire almost every year for it, so we have a feeling this was a very deliberate move.
The pull-out portion of the cover features Michael B. Jordan, who starred in "Fruitvale Station," "Dallas Buyers Club" star Jared Leto, "12 Years a Slave's" Lupita Nyong'o, "Madela: Long Walk to Freedom" star Naomie Harris, "Short Term 12" actress Brie Larson, "42" actor Chad Boseman, "The Wolf of Wall Street's" Margot Robbie and Lea Seydoux of "Blue Is the Warmest Color."
Both Lupita and Margot (who've been winning our Best Dressed lists this season) look stunning in the shot, with Lupita in a curve-hugging gold dress and Margot donning a champagne ball gown.
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