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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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  • Oscars 2014: Signature moves by Pharrell, Nyong'o rock red carpet

     Oscars 2014: Signature moves by Pharrell, Nyong'o rock red carpet
    Pharrell Williams' Lanvin shorts tuxedo, Kate Hudson's caped Atelier Versace gown and Lupita Nyong'o's fairy-tale princess Fred Leighton headband. At Sunday's Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre, stars mastered the art of the personal style statement....
  • Academy Awards 2014: Weird, unexpected moments behind Oscar curtain

    Academy Awards 2014: Weird, unexpected moments behind Oscar curtain
    From Brad Pitt to the pizza guy, backstage at the Oscars was a site for surprises, smooches and last-minute prepping. After Pitt's "12 Years a Slave" won best picture, the actor-producer grabbed director Steve McQueen's face and planted a kiss on it....
  • Oscars 2014: Effortless hair and makeup ruled the red carpet

    Oscars 2014: Effortless hair and makeup ruled the red carpet
    Easy and effortless looks ruled the red carpet at Sunday's Academy Awards. Maybe it was the rainy weather that had actresses abandoning a potentially runny smoky eye or sticky up-do shellacked with hair spray in favor of more subtle Oscar looks. Many...
  • Why '12 Years a Slave' Is the Most Satisfying Oscar Winner in Years

    PETER DEBRUGE: All is right with the universe. Not sure I felt this way going in, but as it turns out, the Oscar race was all about race. As Ellen DeGeneres joked at the top of the telecast, "Possibility No. 1: '12 Years a Slave' wins best picture....
  • Film Society of Lincoln Center Confirms Lesli Klainberg as New Head

    Lesli Klainberg has been appointed executive director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the arts non-profit announced on Friday. Eugene Hernandez, the org's longtime director of digital strategy, has been promoted to the newly created position of...
  • Helena Bonham Carter to Return as Red Queen in 'Through the Looking Glass'

    Helena Bonham Carter looks ready return to her role as the evil Red Queen, as the actress is in final negotiations to join Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska in Disney's "Through the Looking Glass," the sequel to 2010′s "Alice in Wonderland." James...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Review: Beck and friends celebrate 'Song Reader' at Disney Hall

    Review: Beck and friends celebrate 'Song Reader' at Disney Hall
    On Sunday night in Los Angeles, two competing entertainments occupied downtown concert spaces to offer musical variety. At the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live before a few thousand people and a few million TV viewers, the American Music Awards beamed high-tech...
  • Anne Hathaway Talks About Her Nerve-Racking Sundance Premiere at the Variety Studio (VIDEO)

    "Song One" producer and star Anne Hathaway stops by the Variety Studio to discuss her new music drama as well as the tense world premiere of director Kate Barker-Froyland's film at the Sundance Film Festival. Sponsored by:Related storiesSundance Film...
  • Sundance: Dean Devlin Ramps Up Electric Entertainment Banner

    Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment has acquired international rights to John Slattery's feature directorial debut "God's Pocket" following its world debut at Sundance. It's the first festival acquisition for Devlin's fledgling banner, which plans to...
  • Sundance: Guess Who Accidentally Took His Parents to See 'Nymphomaniac'?

    Oh geez. At a Wednesday afternoon screening of "The Skeleton Twins," director Craig Johnson said he accidentally took his parents to see "Nymphomaniac: Volume 1," the sexually explicit Lars Von Trier drama. How did that happen? "Nymphomaniac" was last...