Jennifer Lawrence is a little busy these days, what with shooting the next installment of the Hunger Games trilogy and all. Plus, she hardly needs to keep up the publicity parade now that she’s already taken home a certain little gold statue. This means that new photo shoots have been few and far between since February, and magazines that want her for their cover have resorted to buying up outtakes of already-published shoots. Case in point: this month’s Tatler Russia cover.
Luckily, they chose a snap from one of our favorite photos of the actress: her February Vanity Fair cover shoot with Ellen von Unwerth. While VF chose a more wholesome photo for their cover, Tatler went for the bouffanted, bombshell, Bardot-on-wheels image, albeit an unpublished version showing Lawrence with her head propped up on her fist.
And even though cover repeats can occasionally be confounding (see: Beyoncé‘s six-year-old Cosmo cover), in this case, we wouldn’t be mad if Condé Nast rehashed it five times over.
this is some kind of spaceship or something.