9 rising stars cover VF’s Hollywood Issue
Kristen Stewart, Mia Wasikowsky, Abbie Cornish, Carey Mulligan, Amanda Seyfried, Rebecca Hall, Emma Stone, Evan Rachel Wood and Anna Kendrick cover Vanity Fair‘s March 2010 Hollywood Issue.
These nine beautiful young ladies are dubbed as Hollywood’s next big things while some of them have already made headlines with their super successful movie projects.
Kristen Stewart, 19, is a global star thanks to Twilight Saga teen drama in which she plays mortal Bella Swan who falls for a handsome vampire 90 years her senior. Her other projects include The Runaways, Welcome To The Rileys and Yellow Handkerchief.
Mia Wasikowsky, 20, has been on everyone’s lips since her HBO debut series In Treatment and will soon hit theatres in one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Alice In Wonderland, as well as Gus Van Sant’s The Kids Are All Right.
Carey Mulligan, 24, is hailed to get her first Oscar nomination for An Education, while other projects on her plate are Never Let Me Go and Oliver Stone’s Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps in which she stars against her off-screen boyfriend Shia Labeouf.
Abbie Cornish, 27, an Aussie cutie who’s managed to win Ryan Phillippe’s heart, debuted in 2006′s Candy and then played in Stop-Loss and Bright Star.
Stewart’s Twilight co-star Anna Kendrick, 24, has projects apart from the vampire saga to make the world buzz about her acting skills. Rocket Science, Up in the Air and soon to be released Scott Pilgrim vs. the World are her non-Twilight projects that, frankly speaking, have brought her more recognition than the vampire drama.
Amanda Seyfried, 24, who debuted alongside Lindsay Lohan in Mean Girls and then showed her singing skills in Mamma Mia! has stunned the world by her passionate kiss with Megan Fox in Jennifer’s Body and exposing scenes in Chloe. Soon we’ll see her in Dear John with Channing Tatum and Letters to Juliet.
Evan Rachel Wood, 24. From Thirteen to Across the Universe and The Wrestler, from her wacky interests to dating Marilyn Manson, she’s never been an ordinary girl. Get ready to see her next in the Broadway play Spider-Man set to the music of Bono and the Edge.
Rebecca Hall, 27, debuted in her father’s projects but went her own way to achieve success and recognition. She worked with Woody Allen in Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Ron Howard in Frost/Nixon. What’s next? Nicole Holofcener’s Please Give and Ben Affleck’s crime drama The Town.
Emma Stone, 21, gave her parents a PowerPoint presentation about ditching high school for a career in acting at the age of 15. Ever since that she’s joined Judd Apatow’s comedy crew for Superbad and Jonah Hill’s for Zombieland. She’s only 21. She’s young, promising and spunky.
Read more about nine rising stars and see the behind-the-scenes video from their photoshoot in Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood Issue on newsstands in New York and L.A. tomorrow and nationwide on February 9.
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