Anne visited last week the Watch What Happens Live show. You will find in our gallery promotional images and also screen captures of the after show.
I updated the gallery with medium quality images of Anne interviews this month on The View and Good Morning America. The quality will be updated asap.
Anne was spotted leaving earlier today the “Watch What Happens Live” studios in New York, and you can find now pictures in our gallery.
Anne visited last night The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, to promote Colossal. Amazing as usual, she talked about an outing to a playground earlier in the day that almost ended in injury.
I took Jonathan to a park… and he loves swings, and I noticed all these other kids were coming down the slide. It looked like an unusual slide,’ she explained. ‘Like, maybe it was built before they had child safety measures in place. It was gorgeous and I noticed the kids weren’t going that fast so I said, “OK, I’ll bring Johnny on.”
I [pulled my] skirt around me and I put Johnny there and we are going down the slide and now the moms are watching, but what I hadn’t thought about was physics.
‘So we just go around the corner and instead of slowing down like the other kids we speed up,’ she explained. ‘It starts to go so fast and all the moms are watching and I’m so self-conscious. As it speeds up my thoughts slow down and I just look ahead and I get very serious and very focused and just think, “I must stick this landing.”‘
‘You know when you almost killed your child, but you didn’t. In the inside you’re like, “Everything’s OK. Walk it off, walk it off,”‘ she continued. ‘Then we went back to the swings and stayed there forever.’
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Anne is featured on June issue of Total Film magazine, as part of the Colossal promotion. You will find scans in our gallery, alongside scans of Sci-Fi Now (courtesy of our friends from Dan Stevens Brasil) and scans of the previous Total Film issue, talking about Ocean’s 8. Enjoy!
There is a lot going on in Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis’ new movie — which is why, over two years after filming Colossal, the actors are still having a tricky time nailing down exactly what it’s about. Hathaway plays Gloria, a hard-partying writer who moves back to her hometown after losing her job and boyfriend (Dan Stevens). She spends her time getting sloshed at childhood friend Oscar’s (Sudeikis) bar. And then shit gets weird when Gloria realizes she has something to do with the gigantic Kaiju monster she sees on the news attacking Seoul, South Korea. Really weird.
With its bizarre premise and unpredictable screenplay (from Spanish writer-director Nacho Vigilando), Colossal is a thrillingly original ride. It’s also a wonky vehicle for discussions about everything from toxic masculinity and sexism to alcoholism and self-destructive demons: a philosophical stoner’s dream.
While the movie itself is, in one obvious way, completely absurd, it never spins out into the stratosphere of ridiculousness, thanks to the thoroughly believable performances from Hathaway and Sudeikis. They are by turns charming and repulsive, brave and vulnerable. So we sat down with the pair to talk about the gospel of Kristen Stewart, what it actually means for a film to be “feminist,” and the unintentionally brilliant ways their new movie reflects what’s going on in the world right now.