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Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway went from being a Disney princess to an Oscar-nominated actress. She got her start playing the clumsy girl with royalty in her blood in Disney's "Princess Diaries" films. Hathaway started to break from the princess mold with "Brokeback Mountain." Her fame continued with lead roles in the blockbusters "The Devil Wears Prada" opposite Meryl Streep and "Get Smart" opposite Steve Carell. In 2009, she was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her turn as a recovering drug addict in "Rachel Getting Married." In 2010, she'll be returning to her family-friendly roots with her role as the White Queen in "Alice in Wonderland."
Anne Hathaway went from being a Disney princess to an Oscar-nominated actress. She got her start playing the clumsy girl with royalty in her blood in Disney's "Princess Diaries" films. Hathaway started to break from the princess mold with "Brokeback Mountain." Her fame continued with lead roles in the blockbusters "The Devil Wears Prada" opposite Meryl Streep and "Get Smart" opposite Steve Carell. In 2009, she was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her turn as a recovering drug addict in "Rachel Getting Married." In 2010, she'll be returning to her family-friendly roots with her role as the White Queen in "Alice in Wonderland." « Show less

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  • Sundance: For Don Johnson, a new movie, and a Texas-style redemption

    Sundance: For Don Johnson, a new movie, and a Texas-style redemption
    PARK CITY, Utah -- Let's say you've starred in not one but two long-running pulp TV hits. And let's say you have little to prove yet an abundant desire to work. Let's say, in other words, you're Don Johnson, who lately has been eager to roll up his...
  • Sundance 2014: Festival an immersion in inventive genre storytelling

     Sundance 2014: Festival an immersion in inventive genre storytelling
    The stereotypical Sundance movie is thought of as something capital-Q quirky, typically a story of family dysfunction or coming-of-age. This year's festival, across its numerous sections, featured a newfound immersion in genre storytelling that pushed the...
  • Beverly Hills tailor Mario Gonzales has the red carpet sewn up

     Beverly Hills tailor Mario Gonzales has the red carpet sewn up
    Around the corner from the Fendi store and Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills, in two modest, sunlit rooms four floors above Brighton Way, Mario Gonzales spends his days quietly saving Hollywood butts — as well as waists, shoulders and bosoms. Working in...
  • Oscars 2014: Signature moves by Pharrell, Nyong'o rock red carpet

     Oscars 2014: Signature moves by Pharrell, Nyong'o rock red carpet
    Pharrell Williams' Lanvin shorts tuxedo, Kate Hudson's caped Atelier Versace gown and Lupita Nyong'o's fairy-tale princess Fred Leighton headband. At Sunday's Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre, stars mastered the art of the personal style statement....
  • At Oscar after-parties, stars old and new mingle

    At Oscar after-parties, stars old and new mingle
    WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — If you’re curious about the big difference between Oscar night’s two main after-parties, the Governors Ball and the Vanity Fair party, consider this: The buzzy happening at the Governors Ball, the academy&...
  • Oscars 2014: Effortless hair and makeup ruled the red carpet

    Oscars 2014: Effortless hair and makeup ruled the red carpet
    Easy and effortless looks ruled the red carpet at Sunday's Academy Awards. Maybe it was the rainy weather that had actresses abandoning a potentially runny smoky eye or sticky up-do shellacked with hair spray in favor of more subtle Oscar looks. Many...
  • Universal's Horror Nights through director John Landis' lens

    Universal's Horror Nights through director John Landis' lens
    Director John Landis was all smiles amid the screams and assorted terror at the opening of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. The man behind 1981's "An American Werewolf in London" had a hand in the haunted house based on that movie and was relishing...
  • Academy Awards 2014: Will Oscars' return to tradition mark a TV win?

    Academy Awards 2014: Will Oscars' return to tradition mark a TV win?
    They've tried edgy and tinkered with experimental. But the producers of the 86th Academy Awards telecast believe that what America really wants is tradition. This year's Oscar show Sunday will bring back 2007 host Ellen DeGeneres, a likable, benign...
  • Academy Awards 2014: Weird, unexpected moments behind Oscar curtain

    Academy Awards 2014: Weird, unexpected moments behind Oscar curtain
    From Brad Pitt to the pizza guy, backstage at the Oscars was a site for surprises, smooches and last-minute prepping. After Pitt's "12 Years a Slave" won best picture, the actor-producer grabbed director Steve McQueen's face and planted a kiss on it....
  • Oscars 2014: Stars and stand-ins mingle during rehearsals

    Oscars 2014: Stars and stand-ins mingle during rehearsals
    When Angelina Jolie arrived at Oscar rehearsals Thursday morning, she had some wisdom to share with a group of film students clustered backstage at the Dolby Theatre. The actress and director spoke to the students not of the demands of a Hollywood career,...
  • Sundance: 'Skeleton Twins' has Wiig and Hader making their bones

    Sundance: 'Skeleton Twins' has Wiig and Hader making their bones
    PARK City, Utah -- Comedians who make the successful transition to drama are as common a sight as David Spade on the Academy Awards podium. But Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader pull off impressive dramatic range and make for a convincing brother-sister...