Mickey Rooney Blew Through Wives and Fortunes, but God, What a Talent!
“He was the great Hollywood story, the original Hollywood train wreck, and the most genius of actors; Laurence Olivier called him the best ever. And now he’s gone.” -Nancy Jo Sales
Photograph by Herb Ritts. 

Mickey Rooney Blew Through Wives and Fortunes, but God, What a Talent!

“He was the great Hollywood story, the original Hollywood train wreck, and the most genius of actors; Laurence Olivier called him the best ever. And now he’s gone.” -Nancy Jo Sales

Photograph by Herb Ritts. 

Extraordinary Women | Joan Crawford, 1935
See more photos here. 
Hollywood’s Private Eye | Paul Newman and Joan Woodward, 1958
Photograph by Sid Avery. 

So what can’t George Clooney do? Lupita Nyong’o shows us.

The 2014 Vanity Fair Hollywood Portfolio

See raw, unretouched Polaroid portraits of Hollywood’s biggest stars.

Photographs by Chuck Close. 

Hooray for Hollywood! | Vanity Fair's 20th Annual Hollywood Issue
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Photograph by Annie Leibovitz. 
Introducing Vanity Fair's Hollywood! 
Your online source for awards coverage, film & TV news, gossip, nostalgia, and much more. Take a look here. 

Introducing Vanity Fair's Hollywood! 

Your online source for awards coverage, film & TV news, gossip, nostalgia, and much more. Take a look here. 

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We’re thrilled to welcome Richard Lawsonto VF.com ‘s Hollywood blog!

Ava Gardner, in Vivid Kodachrome.
See more rare photos from Hollywood’s golden age here.
Photograph by Clarence Sinclair Bull.