Starting off the week with smiles all around!
Anne Hathaway has a big weekend ahead of her! Presenting at the Oscars is no joke, so it's no surprise the actress is taking it easy before the big Sunday event!
The Les Misérables actress was spotted leaving a friends house with her hubby Adam Shulman on Monday afternoon!
Anne & Adam seemed to have had a casual, laid back hang out with their mutual friend in the Hollywood Hills and had one last conversation on the sidewalk before leaving!
We wonder what Anne was talking about because she looks highly animated and invested in the story she's telling.
Maybe she's just describing the awesomeness that is the Oscars or maybe even what she'll be wearing!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
Remember the utterly tragic story about the crew member who was killed during a shoot for a film called Midnight Rider?
Well, it turns out the late Sarah Jones worked on Vampire Diaries, too. Sources say she was a beloved member of that closely knit crew!
Many of the show's cast members — including Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, and Paul Wesley — were shocked and saddened by Sarah's untimely passing!
Nina & Paul took a pic on her behalf (above), while Ian tweeted this out:
Who knew these two were friends?!?
Did Kiernan Shipka mention how big of a Lorde fan she was when she fan-girled over Taylor Swift the other day and she introduced the girls?!
Probably! Swifty is a match-maker after all!
Regardless, the Mad Men actress took to her Instagram to post a picture of herself getting ready to nom on some pancakes with the Kiwi singer and they looked adorable!
First shopping with Taylor & now breakfast with Kiernan!
We're so jealous of Lorde's life!
Kiernan said along with the pic (above):
12 Years A Slave may or may not win Best Picture at the Oscars on Sunday, but it already won a much bigger honor.
The National School Boards Association is partnering with the filmmakers and Penguin Books to make both the movie and the book on which it is based part of public high school curriculum!
Montel Williams, who led a similar effort with the 1989 Civil War film Glory, is the mastermind behind the educational effort. He said: