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Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway went from being a Disney princess to an Oscar-nominated actress. She got her start playing the clumsy girl with royalty in her blood in Disney's "Princess Diaries" films. Hathaway started to break from the princess mold with "Brokeback Mountain." Her fame continued with lead roles in the blockbusters "The Devil Wears Prada" opposite Meryl Streep and "Get Smart" opposite Steve Carell. In 2009, she was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her turn as a recovering drug addict in "Rachel Getting Married." In 2010, she'll be returning to her family-friendly roots with her role as the White Queen in "Alice in Wonderland."
Anne Hathaway went from being a Disney princess to an Oscar-nominated actress. She got her start playing the clumsy girl with royalty in her blood in Disney's "Princess Diaries" films. Hathaway started to break from the princess mold with "Brokeback Mountain." Her fame continued with lead roles in the blockbusters "The Devil Wears Prada" opposite Meryl Streep and "Get Smart" opposite Steve Carell. In 2009, she was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her turn as a recovering drug addict in "Rachel Getting Married." In 2010, she'll be returning to her family-friendly roots with her role as the White Queen in "Alice in Wonderland." « Show less

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  • Sundance Film Review: 'Song One'

    Let's say you want to shag a sexy British indie rocker. "Song One" not only instructs you on how to go about it (first tip: try to look like shagging said indie rocker is the last thing on your mind), but also suggests your lucky conquest could inspire...
  • Shagging flies and talking film

    Shagging flies and talking film
    Richard Linklater works out of an office at the Austin Studios lot in Texas, a vast expanse of concrete and converted airplane hangars that was once, some 25 years back, the main airport in town, where experimental filmmaker James Benning flew at the...
  • Toronto: Tom Hanks' 'Hologram' Heading for Early 2014 Shooting

    A movie version of the Dave Eggers novel "Hologram for the King," starring Tom Hanks, is headed for a first-quarter start of production, with "Cloud Atlas" director Tom Tykwer helming from his screenplay. Lotus Entertainment made the announcement on...
  • Film Review: No absolution in 'Afternoon Delight'

    Film Review: No absolution in 'Afternoon Delight'
    The worst thing about “Afternoon Delight,” Jill Soloway's feature directorial debut, is its title: Does anyone want, or need, to be reminded of the Starland Vocal Band's one-shot 1976 hit? Once you get past that easily surmountable bump,...
  • 'Spring Breakers': James Franco's profane Oscar campaign

    'Spring Breakers': James Franco's profane Oscar campaign
    James Franco's history with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is an infamous one: During his 2011 Oscar co-hosting stint with Anne Hathaway, the actor's low-key demeanor seemed more appropriate for a backyard barbecue than an entertainment...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'The Disobedient'

    Lyrical visuals can only do so much to sweeten the otherwise charmless, aimless road trip undertaken by two petulant brats in "The Disobedient." Mina Djukic's debut feature sets its adult (in age, at least) protagonists off on a bicycle odyssey across the...
  • Artifacts from historic Chicago theater still draw collectors

    Q: What can you tell us about our identical wall sconces? We bought them in the 1960s from a Chicago dealer who told us they came from the Garrick Theater. We wired them for electricity. A: Seen in images sent, the reader has three sconces. Oak Park,...
  • U.S. director Dennie Gordon, on filming 'My Lucky Star' in China

    U.S. director Dennie Gordon, on filming 'My Lucky Star' in China
    Dennie Gordon, who has directed U.S. films such as "What a Girl Wants" (2003) and "New York Minute" (2004) and numerous American TV shows, including "Burn Notice" and "30 Rock," recently helmed her first movie in China, "My Lucky Star." A romantic...
  • Universal's Horror Nights through director John Landis' lens

    Universal's Horror Nights through director John Landis' lens
    Director John Landis was all smiles amid the screams and assorted terror at the opening of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. The man behind 1981's "An American Werewolf in London" had a hand in the haunted house based on that movie and was relishing...
  • How to rock printed pants this season

    True confessions: I've been avoiding the printed pants column. Despite my affinity for all things stylish, there are those rare occasions when I'm not on board with high fashion. Sometimes I see a look on an awards show red carpet that all my favorite...
  • To 'Gatsby' or NOT to 'Gatsby' -- that is the question

    "NOTHING SUCCEEDS like excess," said Oscar Wilde. Alas, or luckily, Oscar never saw Baz Luhrmann's latest interpretation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel "The Great Gatsby." Mr. Luhrmann has done the impossible -- he has rendered "Gatsby" lurid,...
  • 'The Devil Wears Prada' -- again!

    "OH don't be ridiculous, Andrea. Everybody wants this. Everybody wants to be us," says Meryl Streep, portraying Anna Wintour, to Anne Hathaway toward the end of "The Devil Wears Prada," when Anne's character quits her job. This is where Anne becomes...