The esteemed celebrity talk show “Between Two Ferns,” hosted by my boyfriend Zach Galifianakis, has at long last returned from an agonizing nine-month hiatus (did Zach have a baby or something?). Better yet, it’s back with a special Oscars edition, featuring interviews with Academy Award nominees Jennifer Lawrence, Naomi Watts, Christoph Waltz, Anne Hathaway, and Amy Adams. Hathaway’s performance is groan-worthy, to say the very least, but if you’ve ever wanted to hear The Impossible Naomi Watts talk about diarrhea, now’s your chance! Also, I don’t know if it’s the pneumonia or what, but Jennifer Lawrence has, like, the sexiest voice of all time. I would like to borrow her vocal cords. Weird! Anyway, get ready to shudder with secondhand awkwardness! [Gawker]
The BAFTAs are like the British version of the Academy Awards, which is to say, they’re the more refined and with better accents. Here’s what they wore to the festivities. Tell us what you like — and loathe — in the comments!
Listen, it’s only fair. Anne Hathaway has very capably spoofed fellow actresses Claire Danes and Katie Holmes, so she should feel honored to have someone spoofing her. In the video above, directed by USC graduate student Alberto Belli, actress Emma Fitzpatrick plays Anne as Fantine from “Les Miserables,” pleading for Oscar votes to the tune of her famous solo, “I Dreamed A Dream.” Hathaway is, like, a shoe-in to win the Best Supporting Actress Oscar and has, I think, won every other award she’s been up for this awards season, including the Golden Globe and the SAG Award. Keep reading »
Connie Britton’s flawless waves. Anne Hathaway’s piece-y pixie cut. AnnaSophia Robb’s wild ringlets. Beyonce’s sleek top-knot. Hilary Duff’s straight, shiny locks. Do you love these signature celeb hairstyles as much as we do? If so, click through to find out how to get these looks for yourself, no team of high-paid stylists required…
It’s awards season, errbody (said in J-Kwon voice), and we’re stoked to see the biggest names in the business all decked out for the Golden Globes. The third most-watched awards show brings out some of our favorite actresses, like Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, and Claire Danes (all shown at last year’s awards), and we can’t wait to see what they’re wearing. So much so, in fact, that we decided to go ahead and place some bets on who we think will be wearing who on tonight’s red carpet…
The Oscar noms are in, and now we’re left to twiddle our thumbs and wait to find out who won all the awards. In the meantime, we figured we could at least take a look at how the lady nominees stack up in the style department.
Feel free to take guesses on what they’ll be wearing, and who’ll come out on top, in the comments!
Ding ding ding! It’s officially awards season. Seems like the last one just ended, but hey, you can never have too many awards. Eventually, they will start giving out softball team trophies that say stuff like “Most Improved” and “Team Player” or whatever.
Tuesday night was the National Board Of Review Awards. The National Board Of Review has a fairly ominous name, but in actuality, they just review stuff and are a nonprofit aimed at facilitating the film industry. “Zero Dark Thirty” apparently swept in all categories except for “Best Male Lead,” which was taken by Bradley Cooper (who is somehow turning into an actual thespian).
In any case, you don’t care about a non-televised awards show. You just want to know what they’re wearing. Let’s commence…
It’s not Edie Beale, it’s Anne Hathaway collecting dog scat. A very eccentric disguise, but we’re always pleased to see a celebrity who’s not too good to scoop up dog poop, however unbecoming it may be to their image.
Keep clicking to see some more celebs doing their doodie.
Guess who probably won’t be starring in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie? In a recent interview Anne Hathaway described herself as “very vanilla.” She doesn’t think she has a whole lottasex appeal – at least when it comes to her onscreen presence.
I was seen as this bizarre-world good-girl cartoon that I in no way identified with — very vanilla, very sweet, very accessible, and not interesting. I had no grit, no sex appeal.
Aww, Anne. No sex appeal? No way! Let’s talk about this. Read more…