Vanity Fair's new cover is a photoshop nightmare!


While Vanity Fair appeared to add an extra limb to Reese Witherspoon for its glamorous Hollywood issue cover, the magazine scrubbed James Franco entirely.

Meanwhile, James Franco was digitally removed from the issue after originally being photographed for it by Leibovitz and interviewed by the magazine.

Golden Globe victor and SAG Award nominee, actor James Franco who was accused of sexual misconduct has been removed from Vanity Fair's newly released Hollywood Issue cover amid the allegations made against him.

The 39-year-old was interviewed and sat for photographer Annie Leibovitz for the star-studded cover, but the magazine made a decision to not include him after five women accused him of sexual misconduct in the Los Angeles Times.

Franco subsequently responded during an appearance on the Stephen Colbert show, describing the allegations as "not accurate".

Michael B Jordan, Zendaya, Jessica Chastain, Michael Shannon, Gal Gadot and Vanity Fair's outgoing editor Graydon Carter complete the line-up.

"Well I guess everybody knows now I have three legs", she wrote.

"Dang! @Oprah makes so much money -She's gotta have 3 hands to count it!"

On top of that, another photo published by Vanity Fair showed Oprah with her "A Wrinkle in Time" co-star, and the legendary talk host appears to have three hands.

Vanity Fair has earned itself a place in the Photoshop screw-up hall of fame, and somebody is definitely getting fired, after its annual Hollywood issue went out featuring a three-legged Reese Witherspoon on the cover.

In the photo, Reese's legs were crossed to one side, but the lighting and color of her dress led many people to believe that she has three legs.

The magazine clearly chose to photoshop two images together in which Reese takes two different poses.

He explained, "I pride myself on taking responsibility for things that I've done".

You gotta hand it to Vanity Fair, this photoshoot is getting attention.

"Well, first, I want to say I wore [the pin] because I do support [Time's Up]", he said. "It's a good thing and I support it", he said.