20 Years of Vanity Fair ‘Hollywood Issue’ Cover Controversy (Photos)

The 2014 edition of the magazine’s “Hollywood Issue” features the most racially diverse cover ever – with six black actors – following years of criticism over monochromatic covers

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2014 Six of the 12 actors on the 2014 “Hollywood Issue” cover are black – including Academy Award nominees Chiwetel Ejiofor and Lupita Nyong’o from “12 Years a Slave;” Michael B. Jordan, who had a critically acclaimed performance in “Fruitvale Station;” Idris Elba and Naomie Harris, who played the legendary Nelson and Winnie Mandela in Weinstein Co.’s “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom;” and Chadwick Boseman, who starred as Jackie Robinson in “42″ and appears opposite Kevin Costner in the upcoming “Draft Day.” Also on the cover are powerhouses Julia Roberts, George Clooney, and Jared Leto; indie darling Brie Larson of “Short Term 12;” “Wolf of Wall Street” star Margo Robbie; and Léa Seydoux of “Blue Is the Warmest Color.”