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
Anne Hathaway will guest star on an episode of the hit FOX animated series The Simpsons to air on January 10, according to the Associated Press.
The episode, the series 450th, is entitled Once Upon a Time in Springfield.
Hathaway appeared in the Shakespeare in the Park production of Twelfth Night and the City Center Encores! production of Carnival. She received an Oscar nomination for Rachel Getting Married.
Source: The Eater Mania
According to Deadline Hollywood, Anne Hathaway has been approached to star in “Spider-Man 4?.
Here’s what Nikki Finke of Deadline Hollywood said “She’s wanted for a starring role, and she won’t replace Kirsten Dunst.”
Dunst played Mary Jane Watson, Peter Parker aka Spider-Man’s love interest in the last three “Spider-Man” movies.
Production for “Spider-Man 4? is set to begin in 2010 with a release date of May 2011.
Anne Hathaway’s latest film was “Bride Wars” with Kate Hudson and she has recently finished filming for “Valentine’s Day” and “Alice and Wonderland” both due out next year.
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Anne Hathaway, Neil Patrick Harris and Rodrigo Santoro are negotiating to lend their voices to “Rio,” the next collaboration between Blue Sky Studios, Fox Animation and director Carlos Saldanha, all of whom are riding the $882 million global tsunami of “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs.”
“Rio,” which follows the adventures of a nerdy macaw who lights out from his small-town Minnesota cage for the exotic Summer Olympic city of Rio de Janeiro, is scheduled for an April 8, 2011, release. Like “Dinosaurs,” it will be filmed in 3D digital animation.
Chris Jenkins (“Surf’s Up”) and Bruce Anderson (“Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!”) are producing.
Hathaway and Harris have done animation before. Hathaway voiced the lead role of Red in the Weinstein Co. release “Hoodwinked!” in 2005, and Harris voiced a character in Sony Pictures Animation’s “Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.”
Fox would not confirm casting. Continue reading
Anne Hathaway has been nominated as ‘Favorite Movie Actress’ at the 2010 People’s Choice Awards. Click here to vote!