Vanity Fair showcases the "Wonder Women" of 2017

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The Vanity Fair debuted the cover of its annual Hollywood Issue showcasing the supreme of the screen.

The cover, shot by Annie Leibovitz, only features women this year.

Talk about girl power.

It is celebrating the most powerful and talented women in the business and features some of the year’s heavy hitters including Emma Stone, Lupita Nyong’o, Amy Adams, Elle Fanning, Dakota Fanning, Ruth Negga, Aja Naomi King, Dakota Johnson and Janelle Monae.

So glitz and glamorous!

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The article profiles each woman's accomplishments, ranging from their various award nominations and wins, to their upcoming projects. 

Inside the mag, Natalie Portman shows off her uncovered baby bump channeling the iconic Demi Moore Vanity Fair Cover from August 1991 which was also captured by Annie Leibovitz .

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Speaking to Refinery29, Vanity Fair fashion and style director, Jessica Diehl said It was about capturing Natalie at her most radiant.

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