Olivia Wilde, Vanity Fair Cover

Bruce Weber exclusively for Vanity Fair

Step right up, folks! Vanity Fair has just unveiled its 2013 Hollywood issue, and it's quite the circus.

The big top-themed bonanza features all sorts of wild, crazy, unpredictable beasts—and we're just talking about the actors featured inside.

And what a bevy of A-listers they are: You've got cover trio Emma Stone, Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper, the latter two yukking it up as a bear and gorilla. (It's the wilds of Hollywood!)

The mag certainly pulled out all the stops for this one: The portfolio, shot by ringmaster Bruce Weber, includes 75 stars comprising veterans and newcomers, upstarts and old guards.

Oscar winners Tom Hanks, Halle Berry and Alan Arkin up the prestige factor, while Selena Gomez, Eddie Redmayne (as a magician—presto!) and Jonah Hill rep the next gen of promising stars.

Newly engaged Olivia Wilde slinks by as a sultry showgirl, while 9-year-old Beasts of the Southern Wild wunderkind Quvenzhané Wallis bangs up a storm as a drummer.

A three-ring-circus, indeed.

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