Vanity Fair has released a portfolio of contemporary actors re-imagined as characters from Alfred Hitchcock films, and it’s glorious—I, of course, wouldn’t share if it isn’t the case. The portfolio is a collective work by photographers Julian Broad, Norman Jean Roy, Art Streiber, and Mark Seliger. In it, Naomi Watts is photographed as Hitchcock’s iconic Marnie, Charlize Theron as Margot in Dial M for Murder, and Jodie Foster as she channels her inner Tippi Hedren in her and Jean Roy’s iteration of the iconic scene from The Birds.

Check out the full gallery below.