Teen Vogue's Second Annual Young Hollywood Issue

    NEW YORK, Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- In its second annual Young Hollywood
 Issue, Teen Vogue presents the young stars of today and introduces some of the
 stars of tomorrow.  After a decade in film, cover star Kirsten Dunst is one of
 the most seasoned actresses of her generation.  Dunst has finally moved from
 ingenue to leading lady -- it was just announced that Dunst will play the lead
 in Sofia Coppola's biopic of Marie Antoinette.  Teen Vogue caught up with
 Dunst on the Kentucky set of her upcoming film Elizabethtown where she spoke
 candidly about her career and her recent breakup with Jake Gyllenhaal.
 "Jake's my best friend and none of those feelings have changed.  But we're
 both young. I'm 22 -- I'm going to be with different guys."  When asked about
 the current crop of young teenage actresses - she expresses sympathy for the
 scrutiny they endure.  "Nobody cared about my life when I was Lindsay Lohan's
 age!  I was doing big movies, but I wasn't going out to clubs or to Barneys...
 I feel really protective of a lot of these girls.  I think Lindsay Lohan is so
 talented and I feel bad that she's getting photographed in that way, that
 people are probably always wanting her to be sexy.  It's hard for a young girl
 not to have any privacy.  I'm finding it difficult as a 22-year-old."
 
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20040907/NYTU001
              http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20040630/NYW001LOGO-a )
 
     Featured in the Young Hollywood issue are:
 
     * Hayden Christensen, 23; "The Leading Man." (Shattered Glass, The Star
       Wars prequels).
 
     * Jamie Bell, 18; "The Rebel." (Billy Elliot, The Chumbscrubber).
 
     * Hilary Duff, 16; "The Teen Queen."  (Raise Your Voice, The Perfect Man).
 
     * Sienna Miller, 22; "The Beauty." (Alfie).
 
     * Diego Luna, 24; "The Hearthrob." (The Criminal).
 
     * Emmy Rossum, 18; "The Diva."  (The Phantom of the Opera).
 
     * The Gotti Boys:  John, 17, Carmine, 18, Frank, 14; "The New Reality
       Stars."  (Growing Up Gotti).
 
     * Omarion, 19; "The Triple Threat." (sold 3 million albums with B2K, You
       Got Served, his solo album to debut this fall, Fat Albert)
 
     * Chiaki Kuriyama, 19; "The Action Starlet." (Kill Bill Vol. 1)
 
     * Amber Tamblyn, 21; "Heavenly Creature." (Joan of Arcadia, Emmy nominee,
       The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants).
 
     * Camilla Bell, 17;  "Lucky Stars."(The Ballad of Jack & Rose with Daniel
       Day Lewis, The Chumscrubber).
 
     * Tom Sturridge, 18; "Lucky Stars." (Being Julia with Annette Bening,
       Vanity Fair).
 
     * Beatrice Rosen, "Lucky Stars." (TV series Commando Nanny).
 
     * Daniel Bruhl, 26; "Lucky Stars." (Good Bye, Lenin!)
 
     * Kristin Stewart, 14, "Lucky Stars." (The Panic Room, Undertow, Fierce
       People, Speak).
 
     * Matt Long, 24; "Lucky Stars." (WB TV series Jack & Bobby).
 
     * Dominik Garcia-Lorido, 21; (daughter of Andy Garcia; filming The
       Lost City).
 
     * Sean Brosnan, 21; (son of Pierce Brosnan; aspiring actor).
 
     * Jamie Lynn Spears, 13; (sister of Britney Spears; Nickelodeon TV series
       Zoey 101).
 
     * Emma Roberts, 13; (niece of Julia Roberts; "Lucky Stars." (Nickelodeon
       TV comedy Unfabulous).
 
     * Alice Braga, 21; (niece of Sonia Braga; aspiring actress).
 
     * Dakota Johnson, 17; (daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson;
       aspiring actress).
 
     The October issue of Teen Vogue is on sale in New York and Los Angeles on
 September 1st and nationwide on September 7th.
 
 

SOURCE Teen Vogue

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