People: Mar. 16, 1998


For the past four Aprils, small-minded people have looked at the handsome, talented young actors and actresses on the cover of Vanity Fair's annual Hollywood issue (called that to distinguish it from the many Vanity Fair issues that are about agriculture) and wished that these young deities would stumble either professionally or personally. Small chance: by our calculations, the subjects of the past three Hollywood issues show an 87% chance of stardom and a 0% chance of jail time. This year's group is, from left to right: JOAQUIN PHOENIX, VINCE VAUGHN, NATALIE PORTMAN, DJIMON HOUNSOU,...

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