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2012 | Les Misérables
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2012 | The Dark Knight Rises
Annie as Selina Kyle/Catwoman
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Anne Hathaway Joins “Interstellar”
Oscar winner Anne Hathaway is nearing a deal to star in Interstellar for Warner Bros. If a deal is finalized, the actress will reunite with her director of The Dark Knight Rises, Christopher Nolan. The story revolves around a trip into outer space that pushes humanity’s knowledge of science. The plot reportedly is based on the theories of physicist Kip S. Thorne, who believes that wormholes actually do exist and can be used for time travel. No details have been released regarding Anne Hathaway’s character, but she will co-star with Matthew McConaughey, who plays Cooper. Christopher Nolan is directing from a screenplay he is co-writing with his brother, Jonathan Nolan. The director will also produce alongside Emma Thomas and Lynda Obst. No production schedule has been given. Interstellar comes to theaters November 7th, 2014.
By admin • April 10, 2013 • Movie News • Comments: 0
Hathaway, Moretz and Rockwell Join “Laggies”
Anne Hathaway, Chloe Moretz and Sam Rockwell are in final talks to star in the dark comedy Laggies for Anonymous Content and director Lynn Shelton (Your Sister’s Sister). The story centers on Megan (Anne Hathaway), a woman who pretends to go on a work retreat after a surprise proposal from her boyfriend. Instead, she hides out with her 16-year-old sister Annika (Chloe Moretz). Sam Rockwell is playing Craig, and Mark Webber is in talks to play Megan’s boyfriend. Andrea Seigel wrote the screenplay which Lynn Shelton will direct from, with Steve Golin, Alix Madigan, and Rosalie Swedlin producing for Anonymous Content. No production schedule was given.
By admin • March 27, 2013 • Movie News • Comments: 0
Hathaway to Star in “The Taming of the Shrew” Adaptation
Anne Hathaway has taken the lead in an upcoming adaptation of William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. The play tells the tale of the courtship of Petruchio and the headstrong Katherina. At first, Katherina resists the relationship, but is persuaded by the persistent suitor after various psychological courting games. Anne Hathaway will most likely play the obdurate shrew. The film is described as a modern-day take on the play set in mid-20th century Italy. The Iron Lady‘s Abi Morgan is providing the screenplay. No directors have been confirmed. Debra Hayward will be producing. No production schedule has been released.
By admin • January 15, 2013 • Movie News • Comments: 0
Anne Hathaway Wants a Catwoman Spin-off
The Dark Knight Rises star Anne Hathaway has revealed that she is game for a possible Catwoman spinoff. The actress had this to say about the potential return of Selina Kyle. “No one’s talked to me about it. I would love it. I actually, it’s so embarrassing, I was at a press Q & A thing the other night for a screening of The Dark Knight, and the moderator asked me, ‘So what was it like to say goodbye to the character?’ And I burst into tears, because I miss her. It just makes me cry. I miss her. I love Selena so much and I love her presence in my life and getting to… I’m crying again. So assuming there was enough Kleenex in the world, I would love to do a spin-off.” Nothing has been confirmed, so stay tuned for details surrounding the possible Catwoman solo act.
By admin • December 05, 2012 • Movie News • Comments: 0
Anne Hathaway ‘Breathtaking’ In Les Miserables
Anne Hathaway’s performance in Les Miserables is “breathtaking”. The brunette beauty stunned the crew and her castmates on the forthcoming musical movie with her “raw and intense” portrayal prostitute Fantine and her performances of songs in the film are said to be “extraordinary”. Director Tom Hooper said: “When she sings I Dreamed a Dream – and you just see a tiny clip in the trailer – it is quite extraordinary. This performance, it is quite breathtaking. “The day we shot it on set, the crew were kind of absolutely staggered by it. She went to this incredibly raw and intense place to play this role. “She offered to cut her hair because that’s what happens to the character, and she was truly committed to going on this Journey and did the most immaculate amount of research. “I don’t think I’ve worked with a better-prepared actor in terms of the amount of the months and months of work that she put in to build up to this moment.” Competition for roles in the movie – which also stars Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe – was tough and Anne had to fight off a number of famous actresses to land the part of Fantine. Tom added to MTV News: “The list of actresses who auditioned for Fantine, it was outrageous. It was like half a dozen of the biggest female movie stars on the planet all wanted to play the role. “The competition was insane, and they were all willing to go through the auditioning process. “It was rather wonderful and some poetic Justice that Anne Hathaway ends up getting the role given that her mother was the understudy for Fantine on the American tour when she was growing up.”