Category: Interviews

Anne Hathaway on Oscar Dress, Her Pal Spielberg

Asked at the annual Oscar luncheon if there are any doors she can’t yet open, Best Actress nominee Anne Hathaway jokes about hanging with Steven Spielberg.

2013 Golden Globes videos on stage

Finally with a bit of time cut the two win for Anne and Les Misérables at the 2013 Golden Globes. You can enjoy them below in HD for you!

Anne in press room during the Golden Globes

After winning her Golden Globe Anne answered a few questions in the press room. Check it out below! Anne can also be seen in this video but she doesn’t really talk.

70th Annual Golden Globes – Carpet Interview with Anne Hathaway

70th Annual Golden Globes – Carpet Interview with Anne HathawayFunny home videos are a click away

2013 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards

Our lovely Anne won the BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS at Critics’ Choice Awards last night. I added a lot of HQs, thanks to Nicole, and HD video of her speech.

Gallery links:
Public Appearances > 2013 > Critics’ Choice Movie Awards – Arrivals
Public Appearances > 2013 > Critics’ Choice Movie Awards – Show
Public Appearances > 2013 > Critics’ Choice Movie Awards – Backstage
Public Appearances > 2013 > Critics’ Choice Movie Awards – Press Room

2013 Critics’ Choice Awards: Hathaway SpeechThe funniest videos are a click away

Anne Hathaway interviewed on the red carpet of Critics’ Choice Movie Awards

The “Les Miserables” actress expresses how she put her own mark on the songs in the film.

Bazaar meets Anne Hathaway

In February’s Bazaar, writer Tom Shone meets Anne Hathaway, who plays tragic heroine Fantine in 2013’s first blockbuster Les Miserables.

In a remarkably candid interview, the star opens up about her tumultuous romantic past and blissed-out present and describes how she prepped for a coming-of-age role.

Styled by Bazaar’s new senior contributing editor Leith Clark, Hathaway exudes gamine charm in Alexander McQueen, Dior and Louis Vuitton.

Also in this issue, Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur offers a perspective on Hollywood royalty you’ll never have seen before, Hannah Rothschild anatomises the new A list, and Florence Welch sings her heart in LA.

In our beauty pages we reveal A-list secrets and tell tales from the world’s most glamorous powder rooms, while in our travel section Erin O’Connor reports from Mauritius.

We hope you agree our February issue is the perfect antidote to the winter blues…and you can watch our behind the scenes video from the February cover shoot below.

Bazaar Meets Anne HathawayWatch more amazing videos here


Hathaway,Jackman,Seyfried,Redmayne and Barks Talk LES MISERABLES, Singing, and Bonding on Set

Opening on Christmas Day is director Tom Hooper’s fantastic adaptation of Les Miserables.  Loaded with great performances and top notch filmmaking, Les Mis is absolutely a contender for all the year end awards and it would shock me if Anne Hathaway doesn’t win the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her incredible work as Fantine.  Her one take rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” was incredible and it’s the type of performance that’s unforgettable.  For more on the film, here are five clips and all our previous coverage.

At the recent NYC press day for the film I got to participate in a press conference with Hathaway, Hugh Jackman (Jean Valjean), Amanda Seyfried (Cosette), Eddie Redmayne (Marius), and Samantha Barks (Éponine).  They talked about making the film, how they prepared for their roles, their characters, singing live on set, and so much more.  Hit the jump to either listen to the press conference or read the transcript.


If you’d like to listen to the audio from the press conference click here.  Otherwise the full transcript is below.

Question: First of all it was fantastic.  There’s a lot of crying in this film-

Anne Hathaway: From the audiences or the actors?

Anne, Tom mentioned that you practiced crying while singing, and Samantha, you sang with rain coming down onto your face.  I’m always curious about how actors cry on film, the secrets to that, and also how you managed to cry and sing at the same time.

Hugh Jackman: Go, Annie.

Hathaway: Alright, first one up.  Continue reading

The Sad Off with Samuel L. Jackson and Anne Hathaway – Django Unchained Vs Les Miserables

Christmas gets competitive in a showdown between Sam and Anne.

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