If you love Emily Blunt for her performance in Into the Woods or adorable marriage to John Krasinski, you’re in luck: the actress has yet another awesome talent in her arsenal. Blunt took the stage on episode three of Lip Sync Battle, and while Anne Hathaway’s performance of “Wrecking Ball” got a lot of pre-show buzz, it’s Blunt’s take on “No Diggity” that we could watch over and over again. Read more…
Anne Hathaway has been blasting her way through the box office in Interstellar, a welcome return to the silver screen. It’s been a few years since the Oscar winner has been in the spotlight, and this new round of press has softened her worst Hathahaters and excited fashion fans alike, as we get a new look at Anne’s ever-changing style. Read more…
I’ll admit I got sucked into the #Hathahate in late 2012 when Anne Hathaway was in the middle of an Oscar campaign for her heart-wrenching performance as Fantine in Les Misérables. From the moment the actress started racking up wins — she’s one of the few people to win an Oscar, Golden Globe, BAFTA, Screen Actors Guild, and Critics Choice for the same role — and making her way from one red carpet to the next TV interview, the haters started to hate, hate, hate. And it was contagious.
If it’s Friday, then you know Big Morning Buzz Live has your fix of celebrity fashion fails. Join host Nick Lachey, co-host Michelle Buteau, and style expert Jackie Miranne to see who fell hard in the style game this past week.
Thanks to Christopher Nolan‘s new film, Interstellar, two Oscar winners are making the leap into space. Both Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway are following their golden roles by tackling sci-fi. And they’re not the first A-List actors to dip their toes into the genre.
Opening in theaters and IMAX this weekend is Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated sci-fi epic, Interstellar, starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain. The film, which has been shrouded in secrecy up until now, tells the story of a team of astronauts tasked with finding a suitable home for humans as life on Earth quickly deteriorates. The ambitious project is Nolan’s own interpretation of 2001: Space Odyssey that both soars and fails in comparison to the Stanley Kubrick classic.
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