So is this one bigger and better?
Yeeeeaaaahhhh, b*tches! It's confirmed!
Annie will play Fantine. Perrr-fEct!
And, as expected, Universal will be releasing the film right in time for top shelf Oscar buzz — December 7, 2012.
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How absurd! John Blake would never be caught singing, much less in French, much less with Catwoman! The world has gone mad we tell you, MAD!
Perhaps you didn't know this, but in-between being in some of the biggest movies of the decade, Joseph Gordon-Levitt runs a little online collaborative community called HitRecord. If you haven't check it out yet, you simply must! It's a great way to connect with people, particularly artists with some amazing talent.
One such artist was asked to the HitRecord Fall Formal event last night to perform one of the songs she had written at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles. Going by the name of Metaphorist, the young lady took to the stage to croon out a soft French song she had composed - but she wasn't alone!
Check out the video to watch Joseph AND this Dark Knight Rises costar Anne Hathaway help Metaphorist along with her song! (above)
How delightfully charming … and terribly odd! Such goofballs these two are!
This is random.
Anna Hathaway is on the cover of Digital Photo Pro magazine's November issue, but we're not sure why.
At least it's a pretty picture.
[Image courtesy of Markus & Indrani / Digital Photo Pro.]
ATTN: all lazy parents!
Good news — you don't have to trouble yourself with the dreadful task of reading to your kids anymore!
There are several Hollywood stars who are willing to do it for you!
Kidman will read Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse while Watts will read Summer by Edith Wharton.
The Aussie actresses aren't the only celebs on a mission to get your kids to pass out. Samuel L Jackson is recoding a reading of
Go the F**k to Sleep Chester Himes' A Rage in Harlem.
But that's not all! Other actors signed on for Audible.com's bed time story project include: Kate Winslet, Anne Hathaway, Dustin Hoffman, Jennifer Connolly, Colin Firth, Meg Ryan, Susan Sarandon and Kim Basinger.
We're just glad some of these actors are finally realizing their talent to put people to sleep!
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Just don't expect to see her anytime soon. Ryan Murphy is sticking by his word and not even an Oscar-nominated actress is going to deter him.
Last awards season, the big Glee buzz at the Golden Globes, besides Chris Colfer winning, was Anne Hathaway getting the green light from Ryan Murphy to be on the show. She had previously expressed a fervent desire to join the cast as Kurt's lesbian aunt and since Gleeks seemed genuinely excited about that, Ryan agreed to write her in.
But things happen. Time gets away from you. Shows pile up and as we all know, Anne never made it to Lima, OH. Then, when Ryan promised the press that there would be no guest stars for the first half of this third season, we were sure that would be the end of Anne's chances.
That is, until Ryan said this: