Anne Hathaway lends her classic beauty to the March issue of InStyle magazine, as she adorns the cover in a gorgeous purple gown (one that looks eerily similar to Sandra Bullock’s Bottega Veneta Golden Globes stunner) and her radiant, porcelain glow. The actress, who can be seen this Friday in “Valentine’s Day,” discusses her latest role as the White Queen in Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland,” as well as her self-image (she’s incredibly modest) and how she finds balance and happiness.
There is no question that Anne is absolutely gorgeous, but this humble actress doesn’t necessarily think so. “I think I’ve got really weird features. I have very large features on a very small head. But, you know, I’m not going to beat myself up… I look like myself, and I think at the end of the day, as nice as pretty is, authenticity is more important,” she says. Continue reading
I’ve added new cover scan & photoshoot preview of Anne on the next issue of InStyle magazine in March.
Anne Hathaway is picture-perfect on the cover of InStyle magazine’s March 2010 issue.
Here’s what the 27-year-old Alice in Wonderland actress had to share with the mag:
On her appearance: “I think I’ve got really weird features. I have very large features on a very small head. But, you know, I’m not going to beat myself up… I look like myself, and I think at the end of the day, as nice as pretty is, authenticity is more important.”
On playing the White Queen: “When I found out Tim Burton was on, I basically went into the studio and said, ‘I’m here, I want to play the White Queen. I’m just letting you know I will do anything to be in this movie.’”
On planning: “I don’t time anything. I never plan an image I want to project. It’s always very much where I am right now.”
Anne Hathaway, who was among the stars hitting the red carpet in Hollywood last night for the premiere of Valentine’s Day, says in the new British GQ that her family left the Catholic Church over its intolerant views on homosexuality.
Anne grew up wanting to become a nun but shunned Catholicism when she learned her older brother, Michael, was gay.
“The whole family converted to Episcopalianism after my elder brother came out,” she tells the magazine. “Why should I support an organization that has a limited view of my beloved brother?”
But the Episcopal church plan didn’t really work out for her either. “So I’m … nothing,” she said. “I’m a work in progress.”
Source: USA Today
As Hollywood sits on the edge of its seat to find out this year’s Oscar nominees, the excitement is heightened by the news that Anne Hathaway will be reading them out.
The Devil Wears Prada actress is set to glam-up the nominations, which will be announced on February 2nd.
The hot A-lister will be joined by the not-so-glamorous Academy president, Tom Sherak.
But the bad news for Hathaway is that she’ll have to get up extremely early that day to read the nominations at 5:30am in Los Angeles (1:30pm in the UK).
Nominees will have just over a month after the announcement to plan their outfits, as the actual Academy Awards ceremony takes place on March 7 at the Kodak Theatre in LA.
Anne J. Hathaway—the star of movies ranging from The Princess Diaries to Rachel Getting Married—will be honored as Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ 2010 Woman of the Year, officials at the Pudding said today.
“You can confirm it,” said Clifford N. Murray ’10, the theatrical organization’s president, in an interview with The Crimson on Wednesday. Murray referred further comment to press manager David J. Smolinsky ’11.
The Pudding selected Hathaway, 27, for her background in and commitment to theater, as well as her ability to play characters whose personalities and situations widely vary, according to Smolinsky. Continue reading