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Natalie Portman sizzles in a racy gown as she joins Bradley Cooper, Jenna Ortega and Barry Keoghan for Vanity Fair’s annual Hollywood issue

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(L-R) Bradley Cooper, Natalie Portman, Pedro Pascal, Colman Domingo, Jodie Comer, Lily Gladstone, Greta Lee, Charles Meltonda'vine Joy Randolph, Jenna Ortega and Barry Keoghan star in Vanity Fair's 30th Annual Hollywood Issue

The hottest actors of the moment have gathered to vanity fairThe 30th Annual Hollywood Edition.

This year’s captivating presentation brings together 11 vibrant and wildly different stars seizing their moment in 2024, as the entertainment industry emerges from the deepest work stoppage in its history.

In this edition there were Bradley Cooper, Natalie Portman, Pedro Pascal, Colman Domingo, Jodie Come, Lily Gladstone, Greta Lee, Charles Melton, Da’vine Joy Randolph, Jenna Ortega and Barry Keoghan, who gathered for two days to shoot the spread .

Explaining how she decided on the stars, editor-in-chief Radhika Jones revealed: “The 11 stars on this cover represent a vibrant selection of our on-screen favourites.

“A group of actors, who also work as directors, producers and writers, who joyfully take advantage of the moment, change their paths and chart new ones.”

(L-R) Bradley Cooper, Natalie Portman, Pedro Pascal, Colman Domingo, Jodie Comer, Lily Gladstone, Greta Lee, Charles Meltonda'vine Joy Randolph, Jenna Ortega and Barry Keoghan star in Vanity Fair's 30th Annual Hollywood Issue

(L-R) Bradley Cooper, Natalie Portman, Pedro Pascal, Colman Domingo, Jodie Comer, Lily Gladstone, Greta Lee, Charles Meltonda’vine Joy Randolph, Jenna Ortega and Barry Keoghan star in Vanity Fair’s 30th Annual Hollywood Issue

Natalie, 42, oozed glamor in a purple velvet dress with daring cutouts that showed off her toned figure.

The daring dress also featured a thigh-high slit to show off her toned pins, while a pair of barely-there heels gave her figure a lift.

Speaking to the magazine for their profile, the conversation turned to speculation surrounding their marriage.

She thinks she’s Natalie is preparing to file for divorce Benjamin Millepieddespite trying to “make things work” after his ex-spouse was accused of cheating with a climate activist 21 years younger than him, according to what insiders have stated.

The Black Swan actress seemingly confirmed the end of her 11-year marriage to the choreographer, 46, last month during an interview in which she did not mention him, while also revealing that she lives in Paris with her two children, Aleph , 12 years old. and Amalia, six.

However, he declined to comment further, simply stating: “It’s terrible and I have no desire to contribute to it.”

Natalie also spoke about the difference between her public and private persona, reflecting, “When I started having kids and a family, I started to realize that maybe it wasn’t helpful to say I’m two.”

‘I have many interactions during my day as a public person. “To exclude that from my experience is not real.”

Natalie is believed to be preparing to file for divorce from Benjamin Millepied, but did not confirm the speculation, saying: “It’s terrible and I have no desire to contribute to it” (pictured in 2022).

Bradley, 49, revealed he hopes his six-year-old daughter Lea, who he shares with ex Irina Shayk, feels comforted by remembering his work (pictured in December).

Bradley, 49, revealed he hopes his six-year-old daughter Lea, who he shares with ex Irina Shayk, feels comforted by remembering his work (pictured in December).

Bradley, 49, revealed he hopes his six-year-old daughter Lea, who he shares with ex Irina Shayk, feels comforted by remembering his work (pictured in December).

Bradley, 49, opened up about his inspiration for his Oscar-nominated Leonard Bernstein biopic, Maestro, revealing that it “has been living inside me since I was a kid.”

And he explained: ‘This love for directing. The magical element of the hand-waving exercise and the music playing audibly due to apparently your movements – I felt like a magician, and that always stayed within me.’

The actor, who shares his six-year-old daughter Lea with his ex Irina Shayk, revealed that he hopes his daughter feels comforted by remembering his work.

He explained: ‘There’s something about having a child and knowing that once you’re gone, they’ll always have these jobs to revisit…

“That’s something I find enjoyable: that our daughter can always have these moments with her father if she wants to.”

Jenny, 21, radiated glamor in a low-cut cream dress for the spread, in which she talked about missing out on “normal” childhood experiences.

She revealed: ‘When I was younger, I didn’t think about sleepovers, friends and graduations. It was always, “What am I going to do next? How am I going to get this job? What meeting should I attend? It was work, school, sleep and repeat.

“So, as I’ve gotten older, it’s been fun to realize, ‘Hey, yeah, you need your hands in other bowls and you need to take a step and take a breath.’

‘I’m glad I realize that now, but it’s strange not having actually had that experience or been looking forward to it when I was younger.’

Jenny, 21, spoke of missing out on “normal” childhood experiences and admitted she “wasn’t thinking about sleepovers or friends.” She was work and school and sleep and repeat’

Barry, 31, opened up about his famous nude scene in Saltburn and admitted: “I’m quite impressed with how I moved.” I was like, “Wow”‘

Barry, 31, opened up about his famous nude scene in Saltburn and admitted: “I’m quite impressed with how I moved.” I was like, “Wow.”

‘I was afraid to move my hips and move my body in a certain way, but I found the outfit quite comfortable. “Once the camera goes up, I always feel a little safe and have license to waltz in that environment.”

Speaking about whether she was afraid to get naked, she reflected: “I think it’s real art.” Really is. And it’s also a real vulnerability.

‘You are really exposing yourself in the most vulnerable state. It’s beautiful to see. I’m not saying it’s because of my body, but it’s liberating to see that body move the way it does. It’s almost like a moving painting.

See the full portfolio, Vanity Fair’s Hollywood 2024 issue unites 11 spectacular stars, photographed by Gordon Von Steiner and styled by George Cortina in the March issue of Vanity Fair and on VanityFair.com

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