We like to ask, "where are all the black models?" with regards to the biggest, glossiest ladymags. Now we're wondering: Where are all the black actresses? The March 2008 "Hollywood" issue of Vanity Fair is out, and there is nary a woman of color to be found on the cover. (After the fold, however, actresses Zoe Saldana, Alice Braga and America Ferrera, along with Ellen Page, Elizabeth Banks and Ginnifer Goodwin, can be seen.) In fact, in the 14-year history of the magazine's movie-themed issues, only Thandie Newton, Djimon Hounsou, and Chris Rock have been positioned before the fold. (Question: Does Penelope Cruz "count"?) [Vanity Fair]