Anne attended the 55th Annual Drama Desk Awards on May 23rd and I’ve added some photos to the gallery:
Hey everyone! I just added some screencaptures of Anne from the blu ray edition of Valentine’s Day to the gallery. Check them out below!:
A-list Hollywood actresses including Anne Hathaway, Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley are reportedly being considered for the lead role in the remake of ‘The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo’.
Oscar-nominated ‘An Education’ star Carey Mulligan, ‘Juno’ actress Ellen Page as well as Natalie Portman are also keen to take on the lead role in the new version of the film, reported Contactmusic.
The film is based on the novel by Swedish author Stiegg Larsson and even ‘Twilight’ star Kristen Stewart is being considered as an option for the lead.
However, director David Fincher is unsure whether he wants to cast an established star or an unknown actress.
“David is not sure if he wants to go with an actress of any note or go with an unknown. David’s process is very specific and private. He’s looking for authenticity and a degree of fierceness and believability capable of delivering the intensity that the part on the page calls for,” said a source.
Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt is believed to have been offered the male lead in the film.
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo – a Swedish version of which was released in cinemas earlier this year – is the first in a trilogy, followed by The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest.
Read more at: http://movies.ndtv.com/movie_story.aspx?Section=Movies&ID=ENTEN20100140685&subcatg=MOVIESINDIA&keyword=hollywood&cp
Anne attended the Metropolitan Museum Of Arts 2010 Costume Institute Ball last night and I’ve added photos of the event to the gallery. She looked absolutely gorgeous as usual:
People Magazine has unveiled its popular Most Beautiful issue for 2010. Among the list of actors and celebrities are a few stage folk.
Stars on the list who have appeared on Broadway include Three Days of Rain co-stars Julia Roberts (“Eat, Pray, Love”) and Bradley Cooper (“The Hangover”), current Race star Kerry Washington, recent A View from the Bridge actress Scarlet Johansson, Chicago vets Sofia Vergara (“Modern Family”) and Kelly Osbourne (“The Osbournes”), Cyrano de Bergerac muse Jennifer Garner (“Valentine’s Day”) and Festen’s Julianna Margulies (“The Good Wife”).
“Beautiful” list honorees also include actors with some stage credits — Anne Hathaway (Twelfth Night), Jessica Biel (Guys and Dolls in Concert) and Ryan Reynolds (Celebrity Autobiography) — as well as movie musical stars Johnny Depp (“Sweeney Todd”), Kate Hudson (“Nine”), Amanda Seyfried (“Mamma Mia!”) and Beyoncé (“Dreamgirls”).
Other names of note to theatre folk include Drew Barrymore (of the famed stage family), “Glee” starlet Dianna Agron and Robin Wright, who will appear in the forthcoming Broadway revival of Talley’s Folly.
Hey everyone! I have just put up a new layout at the site thanks to the fabulous Mel. I hope you guys really like it. It’s very springy and beautiful which is exactly what I wanted. Let us know what you think!
Hey everyone! I know these are late but I’ve added photos of Anne from the Los Angeles premiere of “Breaking Upwards” to the gallery! I’ll be adding a lot more appearances to the gallery as well as a new layout soon so please keep checking back!
Hey everyone! My name is Michelle and I’m the new owner at a-hathaway.com. I’ll have lots of new updates coming soon so keep checking back!
The humble and modest Anne Hathaway has revealed that she thought she would probably never make it in Hollywood as a professional actress and expected to be working as a waitress for the rest of her life.
The Alice In Wonderland star told Look magazine; “I thought I was going to be waitressing and have tons of student loans. I’m thrilled. Right now, I just feel like I’m in a glorified acting programme. I get to learn drama from Meryl Streep, then I get to run around and learn comedy from Steve Carell. It’s kind of insane.”
27-year-old Anne added, “Acting really, really is the only thing I’m interested in doing. Even if I was acting in a church basement theatre for the rest of my life, I would still enjoy it.”
It’s nice when people appreciate their amazing lives, isn’t it *cough, cough*?