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Hollywood’s Next Generation Talk Acting, Style, and Overused Emojis

They may be fresh on the scene, but the latest batch of Hollywood up-and-comers has a retro edge clearly on display in this time-traveling style portfolio.

 

 

VANITY FAIR – This crop of young talents has a sense of history—with such heroes as James Dean, Julie Christie, and Audrey Hepburn—not to mention a penchant for books and vinyl. While echoing the styles of decades past, from Rat Pack cool to madcap flair, they divulge their guilty pleasures, karaoke picks, emoji habits, and much more, for a group portrait of Generation Now.

 

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ALDIS HODGE

AGE: 29.

HOMETOWN: New York City.

OVERUSED EMOJI: ?

BIG BREAK: “I don’t believe in the ‘big break.’ I believe in progressive steps.”

PRIZED POSSESSIONS: “My sketch pad and my ‘67 Mustang Fastback.”

VINYL OR MP3: “In terms of sound quality, you can’t beat vinyl.”

BOOK OR KINDLE: “Book—but Kindle works for my lifestyle.”

GUILTY PLEASURE: Solitude.

EMBARRASSING HABIT: Nervous drivel in quiet situations.

IRRATIONAL FEAR: Turbulence—“So I began training for my pilot’s license.”

MORNING PERSON OR NIGHT OWL: Night owl.

ROLE MODEL: “Mom.”

YOU IN TWO WORDS: “Creatively insane.”

UP NEXT: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Hidden Figures, and Season Two of WGN America’s Underground.

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