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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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  • In the unappealing 'Don Peyote,' end times can't come too soon

     In the unappealing 'Don Peyote,' end times can't come too soon
    All the controlled substances in the world couldn't improve a viewing of the execrable "Don Peyote," a tedious, incoherent look at a paranoid stoner's emotional and spiritual unraveling. This so-called "psychedelic comedy about one man's heroic...
  • 'Interstellar': Trailer for Christopher Nolan sci-fi epic launches

    'Interstellar': Trailer for Christopher Nolan sci-fi epic launches
    Christopher Nolan fans, prepare for liftoff. A new trailer for "Interstellar" has been released, offering a glimpse of the "Dark Knight" director's spacefaring sci-fi movie starring Matthew McConaughey. The trailer, which you can watch above, features...
  • Oscars Picks: Variety Critics on Who Should Win Best Supporting Actor/Actress

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR JUSTIN CHANG: Bonjour, Peter. I know you're still settling into your new Parisian digs as we speak (I'm picturing you at your laptop in an "I Louvre Paris" T-shirt with a cafe au lait at the ready), so I appreciate your taking the...
  • Academy Awards 2014: Will Oscars' return to tradition mark a TV win?

    Academy Awards 2014: Will Oscars' return to tradition mark a TV win?
    They've tried edgy and tinkered with experimental. But the producers of the 86th Academy Awards telecast believe that what America really wants is tradition. This year's Oscar show Sunday will bring back 2007 host Ellen DeGeneres, a likable, benign...
  • Tom Sherak dies at 68; former head of motion picture academy

     Tom Sherak dies at 68; former head of motion picture academy
    Tom Sherak had a long career as a studio executive and was involved in hundreds of films, including "Black Hawk Down," "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace." But Sherak is best known for the jobs he did for free or...
  • James Franco, in flux

      James Franco, in flux
    I fear for the future of James Franco's acting career. And when I say acting, I'm referring to Franco's portrayal of other characters, not the growing number of meta performances the actor is amassing. It's not that Franco is bad at playing Franco. If...
  • Beck seeks the 'most essential, elemental sounds' in 'Morning Phase'

    Beck seeks the 'most essential, elemental sounds' in 'Morning Phase'
    By the time that Beck Hansen finished his lush, melancholy new record, "Morning Phase," he had become so consumed by the process that he says he'd caused brain damage. "I've heard each song about six or seven thousand times, to the point where it's...
  • Pharrell Williams crowned 'Hat Person of the Year' for 2014

    Pharrell Williams crowned 'Hat Person of the Year' for 2014
    The hat Pharrell Williams wore to the Grammy Awards is the gift that keeps on giving, earning the rapper, music producer and fashion plate bragging rights as "Hat Person of the Year," the Headwear Assn. announced Wednesday. The handmade brown felt...
  • Sundance 2014: Festival an immersion in inventive genre storytelling

     Sundance 2014: Festival an immersion in inventive genre storytelling
    The stereotypical Sundance movie is thought of as something capital-Q quirky, typically a story of family dysfunction or coming-of-age. This year's festival, across its numerous sections, featured a newfound immersion in genre storytelling that pushed the...
  • Matt Bomer Sings a Duet, Anne Hathaway Plays Air Guitar in Bryan Lourd's Living Room

    "This night is killing him," Kelly Ripa said Monday night in Bryan Lourd's living room. Well, it wasn't actually in Lourd's gracious New York penthouse, but it was a close approximation, designed by architect and set designer David Rockwell for the...
  • Film Review: 'Rio 2'

    A rather misleading title is just one reason to be slightly suspicious of "Rio 2" an eye-popping, ear-tickling animated sequel that labors to fold a cheeky family sitcom, an earnest environmental primer, an exotic jungle tour, a broad survey of popular...
  • Christopher Nolan Kept 'Interstellar' Plot Secret from Composer Hans Zimmer

    It's no secret that Christopher Nolan is secretive about his projects, but the director evidently didn't even give longtime composer Hans Zimmer plot details for "Interstellar" before he wrote the music for the film. According to Zimmer, instead of...