Powered by Blogger.
  • Home
  • Showing posts with label Anne Hathaway. Show all posts
    Showing posts with label Anne Hathaway. Show all posts

    Anne Hathaway Dons Wig While Shooting Upcoming Film 'The Intern'

    The Academy Award-winning actress, who has sported a notable pixie cut since her turn as Fantine in the 2012 movie-musical "Les Miserables," was seen donning a shoulder-length wig on Tuesday, June 24, while filming a scene for her upcoming role in "The Intern."

    The 31-year-old kept it classy in a black and white ensemble, as she knelt to talk to her adorable onscreen daughter.

    The film is the latest from "It's Complicated" director Nancy Meyers, and stars Hathaway as a fashion professional who hires an older gentleman, played by Robert De Niro, to work as her intern. Hathaway was cast in the role after scheduling conflicts forced Reese Witherspoon to drop out earlier this year.

    Hathaway was last seen with her short 'do while leaving her home in Brooklyn on June 18:

    Lindsay Lohan opens up about terrifying jail stints and sobriety

    The Mean Girls star has now spoken out, discussing how her jail stints terrified her and she didn’t want to admit to herself she was an addict.

    Speaking candidly to the TODAY show's Matt Lauer, Lindsay revealed she is now 'clean and sober' but she uses the interview to reflect on her previous struggles with drug addiction.

    The 25-year-old also discussed in the candid chat about her terrifying stints in jail over the past year.

    But she seems to have learned from the ordeal as she dressed in an elegant LBD and spoke coherently during the chat in a bid to prove herself to viewers when it airs in the US on Thursday night.

    Lindsay admits she has experienced how easy it is to 'fall into that world' of substance abuse.

    And although she eventually realised she had a problem, it took a long process for her to admit she was an addict because she 'was scared' to face her issues.

    She tells Lauer in the pre-recorded interview: 'I've experienced things like that. It's a really sad factor that can come into play in people's lives sometimes if you don't recognize it.

    The Dark Knight Rises Teaser Poster Arrives

    The fire indeed rises. Warner Bros. Pictures has unleashed the first teaser poster for one of the biggest franchises in history. Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises now has an official one-sheet to go with it.

    The one-sheet reflects that of the final poster art for The Dark Knight, which appeared in 2008. A city in ruins, a city crumbling to it's knees, the bat symbol shines through as a ray of hope towards the sky.

    The image comes from the new official website for The Dark Knight Rises at thedarkknightrises.com
    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/

    Total Pageviews