Movie buffs everywhere, rejoice: Vanity Fair's new Hollywood Issue brings together 2013's biggest stars in glorious and unexpected ways.
The gorgeous Emma Stone crawled into bed with two of Tinseltown's hunkiest (and most talented) men around, Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper. The three "It" stars grace the cover, shot by Bruce Weber.
More than 75 different stars were photographed by Weber for Vanity Fair's 19th Hollywood edition. The overarching theme -- Old Hollywood glamour with circus-y undertones -- also features Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Amy Adams, Olivia Wilde, Kerry Washington, Jonah Hill, Selena Gomez, Alan Arkin and the youngest-ever Academy Award nominee, Quvenzhané Wallis.
Photos: Bruce Weber exclusively for Vanity Fair.
Affleck, here in a bear suit, and Cooper, in a gorilla costume, are both nominated for Academy Awards (Feb. 24) -- Affleck's film "Argo" is up for Best Picture, and Cooper is nominated for Best Actor for his role in "Silver Linings Playbook."
Also in the issue: Quincy Jones and three of his beautiful daughters: Rashida, Kidada, and Kenya; Les Misérables' Eddie Redmayne and Dark Shadows' Bella Heathcote dancing with a bear; And since the cover promises "lots of four-legged friends" there are tiger cubs galore and even Tai the elephant makes a cameo.
"There's an intimacy to these images that shows that Hollywood isn't just about glamour," states Vanity Fair. "This year's portfolio is a celebration of the friendships that thrive among the people who call it home."
Photos: Bruce Weber exclusively for "Vanity Fair."
The collectors' mag hits newsstands in New York and Los Angeles tomorrow (Jan. 30) and Thursday (Jan. 31), and nationally on Feb. 5. In the meantime, head on over to VanityFair.com for more behind-the-scenes looks.