Entertainment Weekly has been all over Juno from the start, even giving screenwriter Diablo Cody her own column (perhaps to detract from the embarrassment of Stephen King?). A cover story was inevitable. "She comes shuffling through the dining room of the Four Seasons Hotel wearing jeans and magenta high-tops," writes Christine Spines in the intro to "Inside Oscar's $100-million baby." "With her hands thrust deep into her front pockets and her brow tilted toward the floor, Ellen Page looks like a kid who has wandered into enemy territory in the high school cafeteria. She sits, and at one point pulls her hoodie up over her head and tightens the strings, hiding all but her eyes, nose, and mouth. It's about as close as a human can come to disappearing in plain sight. 'This is all definitely surreal,' she says."