Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro, co-stars in Warner Brothers’ The Intern, sit face to face and ask each other revealing questions about their lives as actors and what they took away from collaborating on this film. Watch their unguarded, candid responses to personal questions. The Intern opens nationwide on September 25, 2015.
The Intern reviews has popped up after last night’s premiere, and see below some excerpts
Even so, if “The Intern” is a little bland and basic, at least the people onscreen execute their duties well enough. De Niro plays a real character here, not just an assemblage of acting tics and facial expressions; Hathaway also handles every moment and line nicely, although if you dislike watching her cry on-screen, you have ample reason to shun this film. – The Wrap
On the plus side, the movie benefits from the casting of Robert De Niro and especially Anne Hathaway. Given the vacuity of the script, it must be admitted that Hathaway achieves something of a triumph. She’s always engaging and keeps the character on a human rather than superhuman scale. – THR
But truth be told, this is Anne Hathaway’s vehicle. Hathaway is usually pretty great, but this is the kind of strong movie star turn that would garner more attention if releases like The Intern were taken more seriously as a matter of course. – Forbes
At least there’s a genuine crackle of chemistry between Hathaway and De Niro to sell us on their characters’ mutual appreciation: Both actors can perform this kind of personality-led comedy on cue, but also tease out unscripted hints of inner conflict when so inclined. Hathaway does particularly well in a role that frequently draws direct attention to its own unlikeability: Both the steelier and more genial sides of the actress’s signature class-captain charisma play persuasively into her business persona. – Variety
Earlier today Anne and director Nancy Meyers visited the AOL Build for a ‘The Intern’ Q&A and I have a few pictures added:
The gallery was updated with over 300 HQ’s of Anne yesterday attending The Intern premiere in New York. She was looking amazing in a Rodarte black figure, check it:
This past week Anne and director Nancy Meyers attended the “Meet the Filmmakers” series at the Appe Store in Soho, New York, to talk about The Intern. I have a few pictures of the event added in our gallery:
Some new promotional images of Anne on her new film The Intern has been added:
The current issue of People magazine (on stands now) is featuring an interview with Anne and Robert DeNiro for the upcoming film The Intern, out next September 25.
On the interview, Anne was asked if she could be intern anywhere, which place she would pick. “Pixar. They tell some of my favourite stories, so I’d love to observe their think tank.”
Check the digital scans added in our gallery.
Annie has a few talk shows/tv appearances headlined for the next weeks, to promote The Intern.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
NBC – September 22
Live with Kelly and Michael
Syndicated – September 23
Late Night With Seth Meyers
NBC – September 24
The Graham Norton Show
BBC One – October 2