It's nice that Annie Leibovitz can poke fun at her own work (in this case, it's another Vanity Fair cover shot, this one from 2006 with Tom Ford, Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley - Rachel McAdams was set to feature as well but dropped out after the clothes dropped off) despite being one of the foremost celebrity photographers in modern publication, and she's doing it with some good company. From left to right: Paul Rudd, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen and Jason Segel. Also known as: the new Dirty Pretty Things. (Does it seem strange, though, that she's referenced herself twice in this one shoot? But at least they're not redoing the whole "mock-celebs-who-act-badly" premise.) This time, it's essentially the school of Judd Apatow where the previous shoot was oriented around comediennes de SNL and their ilk. Also featured in the new issue: Danny McBride from "Pineapple Express," Russell Brand from "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," and Apatow's own wife Leslie Mann who will play Adam Sandler's love interest in the upcoming "Funny People." Some funny people, alright, love the nude suits.
IMAGE from: Hollywood Elsewhere