Lopez, Renée Zellweger, Eddie Murphy are among the veterans and newcomers featured in Vanity Fair’s annual Hollywood issue.
As for Lopez, she talked about her future and possibly leaving Hollywood altogether.
Zellweger shared insight about a break she took from her work, to focus on self care and her relationships with friends.
“When you repeat yourself in your profession, it doesn’t leave a lot of room for discovery and growth,” the “Judy” star, who was nominated for an Oscar for her performance iin the film on Monday, said. “That’s not to say it’s not possible to branch out and be challenged by new things. But [I realized that] there was not time for the things I wanted to experience if I was to keep doing what I had been doing. I just hadn’t found a way to allow for those things that are important and nurturing.”
She said she returned to set when, “I recognized myself again, when I had a life instead of just a profession. When I had friends who I saw on a regular basis.”
Other stars inside the issue include Daniel Kaluuya, Jennifer Hudson, Willem Dafoe, Florence Pugh, Beanie
Feldstein, Antonio Banderas, Laura Dern, Awkwafina, Lily-Rose Depp, Alfre Woodard, Roman Griffin Davis, and Lili Reinhart.