Anne Hathaway will produce and star in the sci-fi action comedy titled “The Shower.” She will be producing with her husband, Adam Shulman, along with Andrew Lauren of Andrew Lauren Productions and D.J. Gugenheim.
Jac Schaeffer, who wrote “The Shower,” will also produce.
The film begins during a baby shower, when the guests find themselves witnessing a meteor shower that turns men into aliens — forcing the women to fight to save themselves and the entire world.
No studio has signed on to distribute the project yet, as the primary focus is to find a director and other actors.
Magazine scans of OUT magazine, in celebration of 10th anniversary of Brokeback Mountain (as previously published here) has now been added to the gallery:
As we previously announced, Anne is cover of InStyle on its September issue, and thanks to our friend Ali we have now digital scans added in our gallery. We had the black and white photoshoot posted in our gallery already, but the color pictures are equally adorable. Enjoy!
According to a Cinema Blend report, the movie’s plot will not be wholly based on the book “Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis Caroll. As the Disney presentation showed, the movie will be set in Underland, where Alice had earlier gone to. Her trip however is with a specific purpose: to save her friend The Mad Hatter from turning into something “dark.” Apparently Alice is the only person who can stop this from happening.
Also, was released two posters, posted to the Walt Disney Studios’ Facebook, depict the same scene featuring two different characters. One features Alice (presumably it’s Alice; she’s blonde, at least), standing at the end of a trail of clocks, floating on and sticking out of a body of water like a path of rocks. The other poster is a picture of the Mad Hatter standing at the same spot, but with his back to the viewer.
Johnny Depp is returning in his role as the latter character, and Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter, and Anne Hathaway are all returning as Alice, the Red Queen, and the White Queen, respectively. Rhys Ifans and Sacha Baron Cohen have also joined the cast. Alice in Wonderland director Tim Burton is on board as a producer, and Muppets Most Wanted’s James Bobin will direct this time around from a script by Linda Woolverton.
Alice Through the Looking Glass hits theaters May 27, 2016.
It was reported earlier this week by The Hollywood Reporter that Anne is to star in the limited TV series The Ambassador’s Wife from The Mark Gordon Company. She will also produce the TV adaptation of Jennifer Steil’s novel of the same name.
Inspired by her experiences as the wife of the British ambassador to Yemen, Steil’s novel portrays the kidnapping of an American woman in the Middle East and the heartbreaking choices she and her husband must make to possibly be reunited.
The project isn’t yet attached to a network, but we can expect news about it soon.
Our gallery was updated with HQ promotional images and the first poster of Anne’s upcoming movie The Intern. Nancy Meyers’ new comedy stars Anne Hathaway as the founder of an online fashion site and Robert De Niro as her 70-year-old intern.
Shot in New York last year, The Intern also stars Andrew Rannells, Adam DeVine and Nat Wolff. The comedy arrives in theaters on Sept. 25.
The gallery was updated with the new ~amazing~ shoot Annie did to current InStyle magazine. Check it:
Anne is on cover of InStyle Magazine on its September issue. TOn the issue, she opened up about public scrutiny, her past mistakes and female support, stating that men have been the cause of her “unlikeable reputation.”
For a very long time I felt I was being hunted, and it made me very unhappy,but in the past few years, I’ve been working on changing the script inside my head. Life’s too short to be anyone but yourself. Let the chips fall where they may.
Various news outlets have written articles pondering movie fans’ “hatred” of the actress — a myth, according to Hathaway, who said men are to blame for her reputation, while women in the industry have been supportive.
“You and I both know there is a certain type of media that trades on desperation and will paint someone with that filter if it will make them money, whether the story is true or not … That [New York Times story, titled ‘Do We Really Hate Anne Hathaway?’] was written by a man. Among the women I’ve worked with and met in my industry, I feel supported.”
The InStyle September issue goes on sale this Friday, August 14th. Hathaway photographed for InStyle by Michelangelo Di Battista. Check the InStyle.com website for an exclusive behind-the-scenes with Anne.
A new trailer for Anne’s upcoming film, The Intern, has been released. Nancy Meyers’ new comedy stars Hathaway as the founder of an online fashion site and De Niro as her 70-year-old intern.
Shot in New York last year, The Intern also stars Andrew Rannells, Adam DeVine, Nat Wolff and Reid Scott. The comedy arrives in theaters on Sept. 25. Watch the trailer below: