VERONA, Italy (AP) — In a story Dec. 3 about a calendar issued by Italy’s Pirelli tire company, The Associated Press misidentified the calendar’s photographer. He is Paolo Roversi, not Patrizio Roversi. Also, one of the actresses featured in the calendar is Kristen Stewart, not Kristen Steward.
A corrected version of the story is below:
Claire Foy on hand to unveil Pirelli’s 2020 calendar
Pirelli’s 2020 calendar pays romantic tribute to Shakespeare’s tragic figure Juliet in the city of her famously failed romance
VERONA, Italy (AP) — Pirelli’s 2020 calendar pays romantic tribute to Shakespeare’s tragic figure Juliet in the city of her famously failed romance.
Paolo Roversi, the first Italian photographer ever tapped by the Pirelli tire company for its famed calendar, said Tuesday that he believes that ‘’there is a Juliet in every woman, and I won’t stop looking for her.”
The calendar features actresses Claire Foy, Mia Goth and Yara Shahidi, who were on hand in Verona for the unveiling, as well as Kristen Stewart and Emma Watson. Whoopi Goldberg introduced the protagonists.
The calendar has by now made nudity a thing of the past.
Roversi presented a book of 132 pages, with the calendar incorporated into the front and back covers and 58 photographs of the models, in street clothes and period costumes.