With her Oscar win for Les Misérables in 2013, Anne Hathaway established her singing chops. Now, in 'Song One,' the 32-year-old actress shows her music fangirl side.
Never let it be said that Anne Hathaway doesn’t learn from her mistakes. The actress gained notoriety for her painfully awkward performance at the Academy Awards in 2011, which she co-hosted with a near-comatose James Franco. Four years later, she’s urging this year’s Oscar host, Neil Patrick Harris, to try a different tactic.
The 'Interstellar' star is wooed by a folk-rocker in this romantic drama set against Brooklyn's music scene
For the past two years, since it was announced in early 2013 — and even dating back to its origins as a Steven Spielberg concept initially set up in 2006 — Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar has been one of Hollywood’s most secretive projects. “I think Interstellar, more than any other film I’ve made, really benefits from people not knowing too much about the story.” (Which is why we will not provide you any plot details in this post.) Star Matthew McConaughey — we’ll tell you this, he does go to space — had a very succinct synopsis to offer people when asked (begged?) for to hear what it was about: “I’d say, ‘It’s fifth-dimensional, man.’… And I’d just leave it at that. ‘That’s all you’re getting.’” They had to have some kind of support system to spill to, right?
Jessica Chastain and Anne Hathaway shone on the carpet for the premiere of 'Interstellar' on Oct. 26.
Matthew McConaughey celebrated his American Cinematheque honors as he was meant to: taking swigs of Miller Lite from a special beer bucket at his table. The suds came courtesy of the evening’s host, Jimmy Kimmel, who joined McConaughey’s family members and pals in paying tribute to the 44-year-old actor at the Beverly Hills Hilton on Oct. 21. In addition to performing an excellent rendition of McConaughey’s drawl, she also described the time they and some other friends were on a backwoods vacation.
For more than a year now, writer-director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Rises, Inception) has maintained a near-cosmic level of secrecy about his new sci-fi film, Interstellar, due out in November; all we really knew was it starred Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and a giant wormhole in space. Now, after getting a long-awaited look at the full trailer, seen here first on Yahoo Movies, we have some answers — not to mention a lot more questions. Set in the near future, Interstellar finds McConaughey — fresh from his Oscar-winning performance in Dallas Buyers Club — in the role of Cooper, an engineer and a pilot, and a father of two. After climate change brings on a global food crisis, he turns his focus on farming — until an old mentor (Nolan regular Michael Caine) recruits him to join a mysterious space mission.