Anne attended the annual HFPA & InStyle’s Celebration held during the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival at Windsor Arms Hotel last night. According to InStyle Anne showed up after putting her baby to bed (that might explain the lack of pretty pics of her!).
Check in our gallery pictures of the event.
Added HQ images from the photo session Anne did yesterday during the Variety Studio, thanks to my friend from Cate-Blanchett.com
Anne was joined by co-stars Jason Sudeikis, Austin Stowell, Tim Blake Nelson and director Nacho Vigalondo yesterday at the Toronto Film Festival for the premiere of her new film Colossal. Later they attended an after party in celebration.
During the premiere Anne wore a Rodarte dress and Francesco Russo saldals, and at the after party she was rocking in Givenchy. Check pictures in our gallery:
Earlier today Anne was part of a live chat with Variety to promote Colossal. While on that, she was asked about playing Catwoman on screen again. Of course all we have now is headlines about “Anne is up for playing Catwoman again” and lots of people being against the idea.
So let’s take a moment to actually WATCH what she said on the said interview:
— Variety (@Variety) September 9, 2016
We all know she enjoyed the part. Also we all know the Nolan universe is now wrapped and they reboot the Batman story. End of story.
Annie is on TIFF today, since Colossal is premiering tonight. Variety made a live Q&A with her, Jason Sudekis and director Nacho Vigalondo to talk about the film, and you can watch it below:
Last year, news broke that Anne Hathaway had signed on to star in Colossal, a mysterious project from Spanish filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo described as a cross between classic kaiju monster flicks and quirky small-town drama.
Now, Colossal is ready to make its premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, and even now, Vigalondo says he’s not always sure how to best explain the concept to people.
“The movie’s coming from my obvious love towards monster movies, and I was always intrigued by the possibility of setting a monster movie story in a human scale,” he tells EW. “This is a monster movie that collides with a small indie drama, which is an interesting collision.”
Fantastic Fest’s final wave of programming has been announced, and the closing night film is a doozy, being Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal. Starring Anne Hathaway, Jason Sudeikis and Dan Stevens, the film revolves around Hathaway’s character discovering she has an improbable connection with a giant monster destroying South Korea.
Fantastic Fest runs from September 22 to 29, taking place in Austin, Texas, and you can follow full details on the official website.