Go Behind The Scenes Of O's 'A Wrinkle In Time' Cover Celebration

In the March issue of O Magazine, our fearless leader and her costars Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling get in character—and enter a new dimension.

Poised and Posed

To feel the vibe of this month’s cover shoot, think of a family reunion—then replace your favorite aunties with the three fierce, commanding women of A Wrinkle in Time. When the film’s stars got together, there was singing and there was dancing. And when Reese shimmied her shoulders to Michael Jackson’s “Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough,” Gayle King was all in. “All right, Reese,” Gayle hollered. “Work!

Bring The Bling

Oprah and O creative director Adam Glassman consider earring options.

Big Primpin’

Mindy submits to a touch-up.

Picture Perfect

On set, makeup that stays put is a must. Olay Regenerist Whip face moisturizer ($30; drugstores, Olay.com) is a super-lightweight, hydrating formula that preps skin and creates a camera-ready matte finish.

Natural Beauty

Makeup artist Molly Stern gives Reese a fresh-faced look.

Big Kiss

Reese’s key pieces: this trio of pretty Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Moisturizing Lipsticks ($25 each; ElizabethArden.com).

Backstage Pass

It was no easy feat bringing to life A Wrinkle in Time’s intergalactic trio, who help a young heroine rescue her father and brother. Everything involved in creating the fantastical world of the three celestial guides—Mrs. Which (Oprah), Mrs. Whatsit (Reese Witherspoon), and Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling)—reached epic proportions. Case in point: It took hundreds of pounds of hair to make the movie’s 50 wigs.

Blonde Ambition

Oprah and director Ava DuVernay fun it up with two of the wigs designed by department head hairstylist Kim Kimble.

Work in Progress

Makeup artist Derrick Rutledge snaps a selfie with Oprah and Kimble.

Ready for Filming

Oprah as the sage Mrs. Which.

Inspiration for Design

Fabric swatches from costume designer Paco Delgado.

Work of Art

Kimble puts the finishing touches on Mindy’s sculptural coif.

O, The Oprah Magazine’s March issue hits newsstands on February 13th.