There's no denying that Hollywood loves the Brits -- current Oscar nominees Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne, Keira Knightley and Felicity Jones, just to name a few.
Vanity Fair celebrated this A-list British invasion as part of its annual Hollywood issue, and tapped London-born photographer Jason Bell to direct three short films styled in the format of old-school newsreels showing the stars preparing for "war" and "invading" Tinsletown.
The best part, however, is when the cavalry reenacts classic American film scenes. Jones and Hiddleston are "Bonnie & Clyde," Damien Lewis does "To Have and Have Not" and Knightley does a version of Meg Ryan's "When Harry Met Sally" scene so impressive Judi Dench wants to have what she's having.
Watch them all below: