STANDING RESERVATION Anne (Photo: Getty Images) In a video podcast heralding the "Hollywood" issue of Vanity Fair, editor Graydon Carter introduces the four fine young actresses who grace the cover thusly: "Emily Blunt, Amy Adams, so wonderful in Charlie Wilson's War and Enchanted, Anne Hathaway, a regular at the Waverly Inn, and lovely Jessica Biel." (Emphasis ours.)
Did you hear that? Anne Hathaway isn't on the cover because she's a noted thespian; she's there because she chows down every few weeks at Graydon's Internet-hot hangout. Let this serve as a lesson to all you aspiring starlets out there: Acting chops don't take you as far as truffle-laced mac-n-cheese.
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