April’s Vanity Fair: Light on Waifs, Heavy on Laughs

Monday, March 2 by

Either Vanity Fair’s standards have gone way down, or it’s almost time for April’s issue dedicated to "Comedy’s New Legends" to hit the shelves.  This above image on Paul Rudd getting intimate with Jonah Hill, Jason Segal and Seth Rogan apes the now legendary VF photo of Tom Ford, Keira Knightley and Scarlett Johansson cover shot (marvel at it, plus bonus shots from April’s issue after the jump). 

 

Hard to beat the original…

Here are some more from April’s issue:

I barely recognized Paul Rudd, doing his best Gene Wilder in Young Frankenstein.

Here’s Hill as George "The Husky Axe" Washington…

And finally, we have Jason Segal as a sad barbershop quartet singer, or Buster Keaton.  You be the judge. 

And, because an anonymous reader requested it… I give you Seth Rogen as my Junior year prom date.

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