Emily Blunt has tugged on a series of preposterously elaborate dresses for Vanity Fair , making her look like she fell face-first from Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette.
She looks incredible. To celebrate, we’ve collected some of our favourite shots from a variety of Vanity Fair shoots. And we’ve also come up with a bunch of imaginary flicks the shots could be stills from. Because we’re fun like that.[page-break]
The Star: Eva Green
The Imaginary Film: Black Widow (2010)
Green is the titular Black Widow, a girl with a gruesome past. Her boyfriends always die horrifically after they tell her they love her.
But when she meets Joe (Paul Rudd), and he confesses his love on the first date, the curse seems to be broken. Or is it? Produced by Judd Apatow.
The Star: Anne Hathaway
The Imaginary Film: Silent, But Deadly (2011)
It’s 1923, Dotty Brooks is one of the biggest silent movie stars in America.
But when her co-stars start dying one by one, Brooks has to discover the identity of the killer, before everyone hears her scream. Period murder mystery slapstick comedy.[page-break]
The Star: Scarlett Johansson
The Imaginary Film: Castaway 2: Electric Boogaloo
Essentially the exact same film as the original Castaway, except instead of a tubby Tom Hanks and a volley ball, it’s Scarlett Johansson and a series of increasingly more revealing outfits.
Breaks every box office record in existence, and wins 18 Oscars.
The Star: Jessica Biel
The Imaginary Film: Hands Up (2012)
Biel stars as Henrietta Hand, a woman born with a heart-breaking disability – she can’t take her hand off her head.
Despite her hardships, Henrietta becomes a Hollywood star of stage and screen. But despite her wealth, all she wants to do is cuddle someone. Based on a true story.[page-break]
The Star: Selma Blair
The Imaginary Film: Jane Bond (2009)
Blair stars as a female reimagining of Blighty’s best secret agent. In this scene, Blair has parachuted into the desert, wearing a corset and heels. We’re not entirely sure why, but it looks great.
The Star: Amy Adams
The Imaginary Film: Revolutionary Road 2: The Next Generation (2010)
Amy Adams is Jennifer Wheeler, a young woman who has grown up in the shadow of the memory of her mother.
Desperate not to make the same mistakes as her parents, Jennifer has stayed away from relationships all of her life. But when she meets Henry Hudson (Jared Leto), she finds herself falling in love for the first time. But is Henry all he seems? No, no he is not.[page-break]
The Star: Keri Russell
The Imaginary Film: The Nudist (2015)
The world’s first mainstream flick featuring a star who doesn’t wear a single stitch of clothing for the entire run-time.
Russell stars as Sally, a young woman who has grown up on a nudist colony. When she hits the big city to find work, she refuses to give up her beliefs and put on clothes. Harrison Ford co-stars as ‘Surprised Boss.’
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