Anne attended last night in New York the Winter Wonderland Ball, and we have some pictures added in our gallery.
Our gallery was updated with several images of Anne on set of her new film, Ocean’s 8. The film, to be released on June 8, stars Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling and Awkwafina. The Hunger Games’ Gary Ross will direct, and Steven Soderbergh – which directed Ocean’s Eleven – will produce.
Anne and husband Adam Shulman attended last night the Guggenheim International Gala in New York, wearing a sheer nude frock which featured plenty of leafy and floral patterns, in addition to images of several animals. She posted a cute picture on her Instagram, following the event:
Our gallery was updated with some pictures of the inside event, and you can check by the links below:
Our gallery was updated with screen captures of Anne’s most recent film, “Alice Through the Looking Glass”, that is currently available on Blu-Ray.
Anne was among the stars that took the stage in New Your City last Monday (17) to support Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Stronger Together: Broadway for Hillary.
Anne presented alongside Kelly O’Hara the song “Get Happy / Happy Days Are Here Again”, and you can see a small bit in the video below:
Check some HQ images from the event added in our gallery.
Warner Bros. has set a June 8, 2018, release date for “Ocean’s Eight,” the all-female spinoff of “Ocean’s Eleven,” according to a THR report.
The spinoff stars Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling and Awkwafina. The Hunger Games’ Gary Ross will direct, and Steven Soderbergh – which directed Ocean’s Eleven – will produce.
Earlier reports says Bullock’s character will be the leader of a group of thieves and cons who try to pull off a major heist. Production is held to start this month in New York.
Anne Hathaway insists she’s usually a “very, very bad liar” — except when it came to her pregnancy.
“I get very flushed when I lie, so I am very bad at keeping secrets. People can always tell what’s up,” the 33-year-old actress tells ET’s Cameron Mathison at the Toronto International Film Festival while promoting Colossal. “The only secret that I kept, and I will tell you I got really good at lying, was when I was pregnant.”
She adds, “I lied about everything having to do with it.”
Hathaway explains that she chose to be untruthful about her pregnancy as a way of shielding her child-to-be. “I did not feel like, ‘Oh, I am lying,'” she confides. “It was like, ‘No, I am protecting.'”
She quips, “I am a boxing-out mama bear.”
Colossal, in which Hathaway plays an alcoholic writer who discovers she has a psychic connection with a monster destroying Seoul, South Korea, is slated to hit theaters in 2017.
Variety is reporting that a mysterious Chinese buyer has picked up North American distribution rights to “Colossal,” an offbeat monster movie starring Anne Hathaway that opened at the festival over the weekend. No word yet on the identity of the company that put up the money, but it will be revealed in coming weeks when the backers announce an investment in a U.S. distributor. It will get a theatrical release in 2017.
“Colossal” was one of the festival’s hotter targets because it stars Anne Hathaway in a showy role as an alcoholic New Yorker and earned solid notices when it debuted. The film drew interest from other buyers, including indie label A24.
In the movie, written and directed by Nacho Vigalondo (“Open Windows”), Hathaway plays a character who, after getting dumped by her boyfriend, discovers that she can control a creature in Seoul.
Anne was interviewed by MTV’s Josh Horowitz during TIFF, and during the interview he asked if she prefers to sing Rihanna or Beyoncé songs in the shower. Anne didn’t bat an eyelash before answering:
“Why choose?! We live in a world where we don’t have to!”
If Hathaway had to play favorites, though, it’s safe to say she’d go with RiRi thanks to their upcoming film together. While dishing about Colossal — her new sci-fi thriller in which she’s psychically connected to a giant, city-demolishing beast — she mentioned that she’s happy about reconnecting with Ri on the set of Ocean’s 8.
“It’s a great opportunity to spend more time with her,” she said of Ri. “We got along really well when I hosted SNL and she was the musical guest. I’m looking forward to seeing her again.”
Ocean’s 8 is firming up its cast, but in addition to Annie and Ri, it’s got some serious talent on its all-female roster with Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter, and Awkwafina were all in final talks for casting. Hurry up and nail down those details, production, ’cause we need this to get filming fast.