The new Interstellar trailer that was screened at Comic-Con is finally online, and it has lots of Anne new footages!
We wasn’t expecting but Nolan wanted to see “what all the fuss is about” Comic-Con, and made a surprise appearance today with Matthew McConaughey. They answered some questions and offered a new trailer for upcoming Interstellar.
Being under a secrecy, no one really knows what the film is about. McConaughey kind of explained it:
Cooper is a pilot, an engineer, and a widowed pilot of two children where civilization is just sustaining. There’s food, clean water, but they don’t need any explorers, no new bright ideas. Then something happens and the dream of being a pilot again knocks on his door. The chance becomes “the greatest mission” he’s ever taken on.
Paramount also chose to show extended footage and an additional trailer, roughly six to eight minutes in total, showing shots of Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway and Michael Caine in character.
Let’s hope it surfaces soon!
The Playlist – It has been six years since Jenny Lewis’ previous solo album, Acid Tongue, but she’s been busy. In the interim she dropped the collaborative I’m Having Fun Now under Jenny & Jonny, and she also did film work, scoring and writing songs for the indie flicks “Very Good Girls” and “Song One.” And so, she gets set to launch her new album Voyager later this month, the former actress has called in a few Hollywood favors.
Kristen Stewart, Brie Larson and Anne Hathaway (who stars in “Song One”) all play back up in the music video for “Just One The Guys,” the first single from the record. The trio switch if up from all-white clad band for Lewis, to becoming the titular dudes, all wearing tracksuits and fake moustaches. It’s a fun face on a bit of serious song about the expectations placed on women as they get older, but sometimes you gotta put sugar in the medicine to make it go down. Voyager drops on July 29th. Watch below.
I replaced our old mq-ish and tagged Ella Enchanted DVD screencaptures for Blu-Ray quality ones, and also added production stills that we didn’t have.
Robert de Niro and Anne Hathaway star together in Warner Bros. Pictures “The Intern”, which began filming this week in New York. Oscar-nominated filmmaker Nancy Meyers is directing the comedy from her own screenplay, and also producing the film.
In “The Intern,” De Niro stars as Ben Whittaker, a 70-year-old widower who has discovered that retirement isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Seizing an opportunity to get back in the game, he becomes a senior intern at an online fashion site, founded and run by Jules Ostin (Hathaway).
Check the first look of Anne on set yesterday:
I’ve updated the gallery with screencaptures and other images of The Other Side of Heaven, a film Anne did back in 2001 starred by Covert Affairs’ Chris Gorhan.
Anne joined a handful of celebrities (Darren Criss, Kelly Osbourne, James Van Der Beek, Jennifer Garner, Alicia Keys and Susan Sarandon to say at least) to make this video and raise public awareness of Let Girls Learn. The PSA is part of a new initiative focused on girls’ education, funded by the U.S. government and spearheaded by USAID.
Around the world 62 million girls are not in school. Millions more are fighting to stay there. Let Girls Learn is a new effort led by USAID, to provide the public with meaningful ways to help all girls to get a quality education. To learn more about our program and efforts, visit www.usaid.gov/letgirlslearn.
Last June 7th was the 70th Anniversary of D-Day and a number of A-list stars teamed up for a public service announcement to empower returning American veterans.
Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, Anna Kendrick and Harrison Ford collaborated for the “Got Your 6” campaign. The organization is an entertainment industry-backed movement dedicated to support veterans re-integrated into civilian life.
The PSA encourages Americans to “wage good” by helping the service members realize their true potential. Other stars that took part in the message include Gabourey Sidibe, Martin Sheen, Bette Midler, Sally Field, Jason Sudeikis, Golie Hawn and Glenn Close.