From Natalie Portman to Emma Stone, the Women of 'Vanity Fair' Hollywood Issue Bring the Glamour

The magazine calls the 11 stars "Wonder Women."

Vanity Fair’s annual “Hollywood Issue” is out showcasing the most glamorous and talented women in the business, many of them Oscar nominees.

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Natalie Portman looks radiant in pink, showing off her baby bump. Portman just got an Academy Award nomination for her role in Jackie.

Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o dazzles in an off the shoulder shimmery gown.

Amy Adams, who was famously snubbed by the Academy this year after her starring role in Arrival, stunned in a light colored dress with a plunging neckline.

Oscar frontrunner Emma Stone sizzled in red and Golden Globe nominee Ruth Negga, the star of Loving, was glamorous in gold.

The cover also features Dakota Fanning and her sister, Elle, as well as Dakota Johnson, Greta Gerwig, singer/actress Janelle Monae and Birth of a Nation's Aja Naomi King.

A behind-the-scenes featurette on Vanity Fair's website shows the women posing for famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.

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In the video, Amy Adams lightened the mood by tossing around a football and Emma Stone was filmed jumping on a pogo stick.

Vanity Fair calls the 11 stars "Wonder Women" and it's difficult to argue why.

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