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2012 | Les Misérables
Annie as Fantine
2012 | The Dark Knight Rises
Annie as Selina Kyle/Catwoman
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Sundance 2014 Lineup
Sundance 2014 promises to be as varied as ever, with a healthy mix of world cinema, documentary film and Hollywood output. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the festival will run from January 16-26 and, by the time it closes its doors, will have showcased 117 feature-length projects, 16 of which are world premieres.
“This year’s lineup is reflective of film-makers wanting to tell new stories, and we’re seeing a broader range of characters and ages,” Trevor Groth, the director of programming, told the Hollywood Reporter. “A lot of times, the typical Sundance film-maker has a younger perspective and tells stories of what they know. But this year we’re seeing more stories about people who are older.”
Grabbing attention already is John Slattery’s directorial debut, God’s Pocket, which tells the tale of a construction worker’s life after his stepson dies on site. Things get worse for him as his cover story begins to wear thin. The Mad Men star has enlisted Phillip Syemor Hoffman and Richard Jenkins for his bow, while Christina Hendricks and John Turturro.
Similarly dark, thematically anyway, is Jim Mickle’s Cold in July, which sees a small-town Texan get to grips with life after murdering a burglar. It stars Michael C Hall, Don Johnson and Sam Shephard. The film’s synopsis, according to IMDB, is: “In 1980s East Texas, two fathers pitted against each other in revenge must band together to uncover a darker truth.”
Kristen Stewart also enjoys the status of festival a-lister with her film, Camp X-Ray, towards the top of the slate. The movie tells the ostensibly compelling story of a Guantanamo Prison guard who forges an improbable friendship with an inmate. The Peter Sattler-written-and-directed film also stars Payman Maadi, Lane Garriso n, J.J. Soria and John Carroll Lynch.
Having won an Oscar for her role in Les Miserables, Anne Hathaway stars in writer-director Kate Barker-Froyland’s Song One. It centres on a young woman’s return to her hometown following the death of her brother, who left behind a vibrant music scene in which she becomes embroiled. Continue…
Hathaway’s Publicist Dismisses New Pregnancy Report
Anne Hathaway’s representative has brushed off new reports suggesting the actress is expecting her first child with her husband Adam Shulman. The Les Miserables star’s brother, comedian Tom, was said to have let slip the news during a stand-up routine at the Tandem Bar and Restaurant in Brooklyn, New York on October 30. A source told America’s Star magazine, “Tom opened his act by talking about Anne’s personal life. He said, ‘My sister got married last year, and now she is about to be a new mum!’ I don’t think he realised what he had done.” The insider added, “Anne is over the moon and Adam is extremely giddy. She’s been wanting to get pregnant for a while but knew that she needed to wait for the right time. They are more than ready for this next chapter in their lives.” However, the Oscar winner’s spokesman, Stephen Huvane, has been quick to shoot down the claims, telling Wenn, “Anne is not pregnant!”
The latest pregnancy report comes 11 months after Huvane was forced to deny speculation his client was expecting a baby as she headed into awards season, after gossip first spread at the Golden Globe Awards in January.
Hathaway wed actor/jewellery designer Shulman in September 2012.
By admin • November 06, 2013 • News & Gossip • Comments: 0
Anne Hathaway breaks down in tears at charity event
Anne Hathaway broke down in tears at a charity event. The 30-year-old actress attended the Victory Fund Champagne Brunch in Beverly Hills, California, with her husband Adam Shulman on Sunday (October 20), but she failed to hold back the tears when she took to the stage to introduce cancer specialist Dr. Beth Karlan, who recently helped her friend beat the disease. With Adam by her side and her eyes welling up with tears, she told the crowd: “On a personal note, Dr. Karlan helped a beloved friend of mine … excuse me. “She helped a beloved friend of mine battle cancer recently and I couldn’t be more grateful to her. Dr. Karlan, you are more than just my friend’s doctor. You’re a friend and ally. And I’m happy to say that together you kicked that cancer’s ass.”
It’s not the first time Anne has broken down in tears this year as her emotions got the better of her at the Oscars in February after she picked up an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her tear-stained portrayal of Fantine, who she played in the big screen adaptation of musical Les Miserables. Speaking to reporters backstage, she began her speech by saying: “It came true.” She was then asked to explain what she meant and came over all emotional before adding: “I had a dream.” The brunette beauty then picked up her award and continued: “And it came true. And that can happen and that’s wonderful. And so that was all I was saying, was that it can and it did.”