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Amy Adams Nabs First 'Vogue' Cover

The editorial also co-stars Tim Burton?

Christmas has come early for actress Amy Adams — she just scored her very first American Vogue cover.

Shot by Annie Leibovitz, the spread was inspired by the 1948 film "The Red Shoes" and co-stars director Tim Burton. It's a stunning editorial for the December issue, managing to feel holiday-appropriate without being cliché (hello, all-red covers). And of course, the "American Hustle" actress looks gorgeous, her red hair popping against the blues of the photos.

The issue also calls out the Kendall Jenner beauty feature announcing her as the face of Estée Lauder — another major coup for the model. 

Check out a preview of the editorial and Adams's cover story at

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