Florence Pugh and Emma Corrin will make their Vanity Fair cover debuts alongside other rising Hollywood stars.
The British pair are on a 12-strong list of actors and actresses who have “captivated us with full-tilt portrayals”.
Pugh won acclaim for her performance in 2019’s Midsommar, and has since gone from strength to strength with roles in films including Marvel blockbuster Black Widow.
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Last year she starred in Don’t Worry Darling alongside Harry Styles, and The Wonder, and is attached to big upcoming projects Oppenheimer and Dune: Part Two.
In her interview with Vanity Fair, the 27-year-old discussed her role in the epic sci-fi sequel, her relationship with social media, and her highly organised work schedule.
Pugh credited the precision of Marvel studio scheduling for her own strategy for selecting projects.
“With this year, I went into the year willing it to make its own thing, and didn’t have any projects specifically lined up,” she told the publication.
“And lo and behold, I got Oppenheimer and then I got Dune. That all started making its image of the year within the first four months or so.”
Corrin has also seen a huge boost to their status since appearing in Netflix’s hit regal drama The Crown, in which they starred as a young Princess Diana.
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They have since appeared with pop sensation Styles in My Policeman, as well as starring in a production of Virginia Woolf’s novel Orlando at the Garrick Theatre in the West End.
They were recently announced as having joined the cast of Ryan Reynolds’ highly anticipated sequel Deadpool 3.
Corrin, who identifies as non-binary, discussed their decision to come out and the negativity they had received after announcing it on Instagram, describing it as a “reality check”.
Other stars set to feature on the Vanity Fair covers include Oscar-nominated actor Austin Butler, Ana de Armas, Selena Gomez, Keke Palmer, Julia Garner, Rege-Jean Page, Hoyeon, Jeremy Allen White and Aaron Taylor Johnson.
Ant-Man and Creed III star Jonathan Majors is also on the list.