(Bruce Weber exclusively for Vanity Fair)
It was all in a day’s work for America’s sweetheart Emma Stone, who hopped into bed with Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper for the cover shoot of Vanity Fair’s 19th annual Hollywood issue.
And the “Movie 43” actress didn’t need blankets to stay warm. Both the “Argo” director and the “Silver Linings Playbook” actor donned animal suits for the playful shoot, which was helmed by famed shutterbug Bruce Weber. Affleck was outfitted as a brown bear while Cooper channeled his inner gorilla for the roaring good time.
Both men – who have at least 14 years on the 24-year-old actress – rested their heads on her shoulder.
Olivia Wilde (Bruce Weber exclusively for Vanity Fair)
Kerry Washington, Eddie Redmayne, and “Beasts of the Southern Wild” child star Quvenzhané Wallis also appear on the foldout of the star-studded issue, which features Halle Berry, Selena Gomez, and 75 other Hollywood stars, as well as real animals – from dogs to baby elephants. The entire magazine shoot took place over a period of eight days and included 10,000 articles of clothing, 500 pairs of shoes, and $3 million worth of designer jewelry.
The March issue of Vanity Fair will hit newsstands on February 5.
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