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Jennifer Lawrence Best Actress Oscar Winner Answers Annoying Questions

85th Academy Awards, PortraitsJennifer Lawrence: Best Actress Oscar winner interview backstage (with fellow Oscar winner Anne Hathaway, above) In the press room, 2013 Best Actress Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence had to field questions from journalists. One of those referred to issue of mental illness as portrayed in David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook and Lawrence’s Best Actress win. Her response: "I don’t think that we’re going to stop until we get rid of the stigma for mental illness. … It’s just so it’s so bizarre how in this world you have to if you have asthma, you take asthma medicine; if you have diabetes, you take diabetes medicine. If you have to take medication for your mind, there’s such a stigma behind it." (Photo: Oscar winners Jennifer Lawrence…



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Anne Hathaway, Sally Field, Amy Adams: Oscar Nominees Luncheon

85th Academy Awards, Nominees LuncheonAnne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Sally Field, Helen Hunt, Jacki Weaver: 2013 Oscar Nominees Luncheon Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Sally Field, Helen Hunt, and Jacki Weaver were all in attendance at the 2013 Oscar Nominees Luncheon held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on Monday, February 4. Hathaway, Adams, Field, Hunt, and Weaver, I should add, are all 2013 Best Supporting Actress Oscar nominees. (Photo, from left to right: Sally Field, Amy Adams, Jacki Weaver, Anne Hathaway and Helen Hunt. Please click on it to check out the full-size, high-resolution image.) Sally Field: Oscar veteran 2013 Sally Field is the veteran-est among this year’s nominees: Formerly (as well as currently) a television star, Field won the 1979 Best Actress Oscar for Martin Ritt’s socially…



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Anne Hathaway, Sally Field, Amy Adams: Oscar Nominees Luncheon




SAG Awards Winner Anne Hathaway Thanks Actress-Mother

sag-awards-anne-hathaway-les-miserablesSAG Awards winners 2013 Anne Hathaway, Tommy Lee Jones The SAG Awards 2013 are currently being held at the Shrine Exposition Center, just south of downtown Los Angeles. One of the key Academy Award precursors, SAG Award winners have usually gone on to take home Oscars in their respective categories. (Photo: Anne Hathaway Les Misérables.) The SAG Award winner for Best Supporting Actor was absentee Tommy Lee Jones for his performance as Thaddeus Stevens in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln. About two weeks ago, Jones lost the Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe to Christoph Waltz in Django Unchained — Waltz, however, was not nominated for a SAG Award. Both Jones and Waltz are in the running for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. Despite Christoph Waltz’s absence from…



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SAG Awards Winner Anne Hathaway Thanks Actress-Mother




Anne Hathaway, Philip Seymour Hoffman Lead Best Supporting Actress / Actor Categories

anne-hathaway-les-miserables-best-supporting-actressAnne Hathaway, Philip Seymour Hoffman have the leads in the supporting categories [See previous post: "Jessica Chastain vs. Jennifer Lawrence: Best Actress Favorites."] Anne Hathaway, who suffers horrors in Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables, and Philip Seymour Hoffman, who creates a new philosophy / religion in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master, are the two favorites in, respectively, the Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor categories this awards season. (Photo: Anne Hathaway Les Misérables.) [Intro: Movie Awards Season 2013.] Anne Hathaway leads the Best Supporting Actress category (bad pun intended) by a wide margin. Philip Seymour Hoffman, however, is only slightly ahead of Tommy Lee Jones in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln. See below. Best Supporting Actress omissions Among the actresses in supporting roles that have been all…



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Anne Hathaway, Philip Seymour Hoffman Lead Best Supporting Actress / Actor Categories




LES MISERABLES 2012 Movie Reviews: Maximalist Approach to Killer Pipes

anne-hathaway-les-miserables-2012-movieLes Misérables 2012 movie reviews: a mixed bag The Les Misérables reviews are beginning to pour in. The trailers look great, but some reviewers found the whole film quite a bit less so. Particularly surprising was Todd McCarthy’s dismissive Les Misérables review in The Hollywood Reporter, as McCarthy has often effusively praised big Hollywood productions that perhaps merited a tad (or a lot) less effusiveness. (Photo: Les Misérables 2012 movie stars Anne Hathaway as Fantine.) "A gallery of stellar performers wages a Sisyphean battle against musical diarrhea and a laboriously repetitive visual approach in the big screen version of the stage sensation Les Misérables," writes McCarthy, adding that "… director Tom Hooper has turned the theatrical extravaganza into something that is far less about the…



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LES MISERABLES 2012 Movie Reviews: Maximalist Approach to Killer Pipes




Anne Hathaway Catwoman: THE DARK KNIGHT RISES’ Ginger Rogers

anne-hathaway-catwoman-the-dark-knight-rises-dvdAnne Hathaway Catwoman featurette: The Dark Knight Rises DVD Anne Hathaway as Catwoman is discussed in The Dark Knight Rises DVD featurette about the making of the final installment in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Those DVD featurettes are almost invariably nothing more than promos for those involved in the filmmaking process. This one, if the Catwoman clip made available by Warner Bros. is any indication, is no exception. (Please scroll down to check out the Anne Hathaway / Catwoman featurette clip.) For instance, The Dark Knight Rises co-producer Emma Thomas, plugging Anne Hathaway’s work on the film, marvels — while conjuring up the ghost of Ginger Rogers: "I can’t imagine how difficult it must have been for [Anne Hathaway]. She was having to do the…



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Anne Hathaway Catwoman: THE DARK KNIGHT RISES’ Ginger Rogers




THE DARK KNIGHT RISES Box Office: $700 Million Mark Worldwide

the-dark-knight-rises-bane-batmanThe Dark Knight Rises box office: third consecutive weekend at the top. (Photo: Bane and Batman [Tom Hardy and Christian Bale] get ready to dance.) Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises has remained the no. 1 movie at the North American box office this weekend, Aug. 3-5. That marks the third Batman movie’s third weekend at the top. Cosmic? Perhaps, but The Dark Knight Rises needs to stay one more weekend in the no. 1 slot in order to match The Dark Knight’s four-weekend-at-the-top run. Note: TDKR’s competition will be fierce next weekend. Opening in the U.S. and Canada are the Meryl Streep vehicle Hope Springs (actually opening on Wednesday), directed by The Devil Wears Prada’s David Frankel, and co-starring Tommy Lee Jones and Steve…



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THE DARK KNIGHT RISES Box Office: $500 Million Worldwide

catwoman-the-dark-knight-rises-anne-hathawayThe Dark Knight box office: $500m worldwide after ten days. (See previous article: “The Dark Knight Rises Box Office: Second-Weekend Drop?” Photo: Catwoman Anne Hathaway.) Last weekend, The Dark Knight Rises grossed $160.88 million at 4,404 North American theaters, officially breaking the record for the biggest opening weekend for a 2D release. But when it comes to ticket sales, TDKR trailed The Dark Knight by a wide margin: Nolan’s "Batman 2" movie brought in $158.41 million in summer 2008 — or approximately $174.7 million today. Currently, The Dark Knight Rises has fallen behind The Dark Knight both in ticket sales and unadjusted grosses. After ten days, The Dark Knight had pulled in $313.78 million vs. The Dark Knight Rises’ estimated $289.08m. Needless to say, The…



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