Of all the actors Vanity Fair could have picked to stand in for Cary Grant in a restaging of the classic crop-duster scene in Alfred Hitchcock‘s North by Northwest, they chose (who else?) Seth Rogen. They even had the original makers of the sleek gray suit that Grant wears in the 1959 film, Norton & Sons of London’s Savile Row, to weave a near-duplicate for the somewhat out-of-shape star of Knocked Up and The Pineapple Express. This and other Hitchcock recreations are part of a special article in the Hollywood issue.